|What are some of your services?|
|How do I use the public internet computers?|
|Can I donate books and materials to the library?|
|What can I do online in My Account?|
|Can I request items to be held for me?|
|Can I volunteer at the library?|
We offer a variety of services, please call for more information!
Laptop lending (in-library only)Children’s literacy computers
The following services are by appointment only
Exam proctoringTWRA boating Exams
Rosetta Stone software (English, Spanish, and French)Meeting rooms
Public Internet computers are available from opening until thirty minutes prior to closing; session time may be limited.
Cardholders with cards in good standing may go directly to the computers and log in. Visitors may obtain a guest pass at the Reference Desk after providing ID and signing the register.
Cardholders may use the computer for one two hour session daily. Guests may use the computer for a one hour session daily. We are happy to issue passes for additional sessions if no one is waiting for a computer.
Everyone must read and agree to the internet policy that appears at the login before using the computer.
Children under the age of 12 must have a parent / guardian supervise them at the computer.
Children ages 12 through 16 must have an Internet permission slip signed by their parent or legal guardian before using the computers.
Information cannot be saved to the hard drive. Please bring a USB flash drive to save your data.
We charge $.25 per page for black and white copies and computer prints, and $.50 per page for color copies and prints.
The library accepts donations from the community, on behalf of Hendersonville Library Friends.
The following items are gratefully accepted as long as no restriction is placed upon their use: books (hardcover and paperback), videos (DVD and Blueray, no VHS), audio books and music cds. We are unable to accept Encyclopedias, textbooks or magazines.
Donated items will be placed in the library collection as needed, used in the Hendersonville Library Friends book sale, or discarded.
The Friends of the Library gladly accepts monetary donations for specific purchases for the library. Please see their website for contact information by clicking here hendersonvillelibraryfriends.org/
The Hendersonville Public Library is pleased to offer our patrons the ability to manage their own account through our website. You can view the items you currently have checked out, request a renewal, and view the status of your requested holds. You can search the catalog, create lists, save searches and place holds on items in the catalog.
You may request certain items through our online catalog. No one may have more than five active requests at one time.
You will be notified via email or phone when the item is available for pick up. Please wait until you receive your notification before coming to the library for materials.The following items are not eligible for reservation:
· Items from reference collections· DVDs and VHS tapes
· Other restrictions may applyIf an item is already checked out, you will be entered in the waiting list for the item. You will be notified via email or phone when the item is available for pick up. We will hold the item for up to one week.
You may request an item for pick up even if it is currently available in the library. You will be notified via email or phone when the item is available for pick up. We will hold the item for up to one week.Some restrictions apply:
· We do not guarantee a specific turnaround time between request and pick-up availability. We strive to complete all requests within two library business days (excluding holidays and breaks).· In-person library users have priority; you will be entered on the waiting list for the item if it is checked out before your request is processed.
Volunteers are a vital part of our library and we are always happy to have them. Those desiring to volunteer should fill out a volunteer form with contact information, along with a waiver for volunteer services. We welcome both student and adult volunteers.
Student volunteers must have completed the seventh grade. Students are able to work toward service hours for Beta Club, National Honor Society, Senior Project, for college application purposes, or simply for the joy of being in the library. Most volunteering consists of shelving; however, other duties may be required, as needed. All students must be able to work independently and without assistance after initial training.
Some of our adult volunteers have been with us for many years and faithfully show up weekly. We invite others to join them. Just as with the students, adult volunteers fill out the volunteer form and waiver, as well as agree upon a time to work that is posted on the volunteer calendar.
Jessica Bilbo, the childrens librarian, will be coordinating the volunteers for the Summer Reading Program. Teens wishing to volunteer for the Summer Reading Program can come in and fill out an application or download and complete the Volunteer Application or Teen Volunteer Application and turn it in to the library.