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Yes. We have computers available for public use as well as free WiFi during the hours that the library is open.
Those under 18 may use public computers with parental permission.
The library does not proctor exams.
While the library does not sell books, the Friends of the Library have an ongoing book sale in the library's foyer. Hardbacks have a suggested donation of $2 and paperbacks have a suggested donation of $0.50.
The Friends of the Library is in need of active members! For more information see the Friends of the Library page.
We do not have a notary public.
Sanger's City Hall has notaries, and many banks and realty offices have a notary. Mailbox/shipping stores also often have a notary available.
Yes! When our meeting room is not being used for library programs, it is available during normal library hours to nonprofit organizations, educators, or other groups of 2 or more who are engaging in not-for-profit activity that fits within the library's policies. Room reservations are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis, with Library and City of Sanger events receiving priority scheduling.
For more information on our meeting room facility and how to reserve it, please read our full meeting room policy (PDF) or contact the library. Also see the Meeting Room Equipment List (PDF).
We also have a study room available on a first-come-first-serve basis for individuals and small groups (maximum of four).