Date: Monday, April 24, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Location: Meeting Room
Age Group: Adult
If you have a smartphone, tablet, or computer, you can download free ebooks and audiobooks, or stream popular movies from anywhere in the world. The Gates Public Library, in partnership with the Monroe County Library System, offers thousands of popular titles for free via our OverDrive catalog.
If you need assistance getting your device set up to download ebooks from the library, or if something just isn't working right, please contact our staff. We'll be happy to help.
Whether you are looking for a good book to read next, or you need to update your resume, we can help! We offer a variety of collections for both leisure reading and instruction, access to databases, one-on-one help using computers and e-readers by appointment, as well as general computer assistance anytime the library is open.
We also offer coffee and access to free, fast, and reliable wi-fi.
The Children's Department is a warm and welcoming area for children, their caregivers, teachers, day care providers, and anyone who is interested in children's literature. We have an extensive collections of materials for children from birth to age 12 and their caregivers. Our space features a number of puzzles, blocks, and other manipulative and imaginative toys. Our aim is to offer such a comfortable and fun environment that no one wants to leave!
Our library's teen area features comfortable seating, PCs, and a wide collection of popular books and graphic novels. It's a popular place to hang out with friends, work on homework, and catch up on reading. We also offer a variety of activities for teens including craft programs, book discussion groups, and volunteer opportunities.
Whether you are looking to repair your car, open your own business, or writing a report for school, we offer a database for you. If you need assistance learning how to use one of our databases, please contact us. We'll be happy to show you the ropes. Some databases are provided in partnership with the Monroe County Library System, New York Online Virtual Electronic Library, and the Rochester Regional Library Council.