Materials and Services

What can I borrow from the Saxonburg Area Library?*

OverDrive downloadable e-books and audio-books.

Zinio downloadable magazines. Unlimited magazine downloads from many of the best titles on the market.

OneClick Digital downloadable audio-books for your iPod or other MP3 player.

Freegal downloadable music – download 3 free songs each week per library card.

Orion Starblast Telescope (1 week loan period)

Amazon Kindle – preloaded with many bestselling books (2 week loan period)

Best-selling Fiction and Non-fiction (2 week loan period)

Large print books (2 week loan period)

Reference Books (in-house use)

Genealogy and Local History Resources (in-house use and some)

Teen/Young Adult Collection (2 week loan period)

Children’s Picture Books, Chapter Books, Board Books, and Non-fiction (2 week loan period)

Magazines (1 week loan period)

DVD Rentals for Adults and Children (3 day loan period)

Audio Books on CD (2 week loan period)

*all items are free to borrow and may be renewed 3 times as long as no one else is on the hold list for the specific item.

What else does the library offer?

Public computers to access the Internet, use Microsoft Office Suite 2007, and more.

Free Wifi

3D Printing – Learn to use the Library’s Afinia H479 3D Printer and begin printing your own designs. Weekly Intro to 3D Printing classes available.

Dog licensing

Access the library’s electronic resources here. You’ll need to have a library card to access everything we offer. There’s something for everyone! Take an online class in photography, computer skills, web design, guitar, and more using Ed2go. 
Legal forms, antique pricing, car repair manuals, resume help, and many other resources are available via our databases!

Use AskHere PA to ask a reference question to a librarian any time, day or night!

Copy/Print – $.20/pg. b&w  - $.50/pg. color

Faxes – $1.25/page

We always have something new happening at the library! Keep up to date on our Programs page, or “like” us on Facebook

How do I…

Access my library account to renew, place a hold, and keep track of my items?

Follow this link: http://opac.bcfls.org/

Click on Advanced Search.

Click on Log On.

Enter your library card number and password (call the library to create a password)

Information about your account will now be visible.

To renew: (follow the above steps and then proceed to the following steps)

Click on Current Loans to see what you have out.

Click on the box to the left of any item you would like to renew and then click on Renew.

To place a hold: (follow the steps listed before “to renew”)

Click on search.

Click on the title of the specific item you would like to borrow.

Click on Place Hold.

Choose the location you would like to pick up your item and press Submit Request.