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   Hours of Operation:
Hours of Operation- 
 
Tues. - Thurs.: 9:30 A.M. - 8 P.M.
 
Fri.: 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
 
Sat.: 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M
 
Sun. & Mon.: CLOSED 

   Programs & Events:
View this event in detail. Movie Matinee (Adults)
Thursday, 05/24/18 - 1 p.m.
The 15:17 to Paris (PG-13)
   I Love My Library
  • I need the library for research using the periodicals to the Internet.-Xavier, 14
  • I love the Children’s Programs, especially the American Girl Tea Party and The Polar Express-Addison. Age 9
  • As a Military family, the library is the first place I visit to gather information on the town’s contacts and locations for everything from daycare to dentists. The GAPL has welcomed our family that first day and we have never stopped coming to the library. What a great place to be!-Jane Coburn, Former Board Member
  • No matter how busy our life gets, we always find time for the library-Meredith, Felicity, Ainsley and Emory Anderson

  • Libraries do so much more now in many different ways. As a family of four generations of library users, we are able to: check out books, movies, audio tapes; download e-books – free of charge; do research on the computers, and enjoy a wide range of programs for all ages.-The Kiser Family: Doris, Fred, Jodi, Sean

  • I love my library because books are an adventure waiting to happen. Reading can take you to new heights and test all of your emotions in just one chapter. Anything is possible when you read.-Betsy Fischer Book Club Member
   News:
View this news item in detail. Summer Quest Registration
Tue, May 15, 2018
Registration for the Summer Quest program will be May 15 - June 8 at the library.  This year's theme is Libraries Rock!  Age groups range from bi...
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   Computer Access:

Computers in the Greenville Area Public Library are to be used for research and study.  They are considered an extension of the Library’s resources. The Library maintains the right to restrict access to users viewing offensive material.

  1. Users must have a current library card to access the computers.  There must be no fines, overdue or lost materials outstanding. Library card must be left at the desk when user signs in; it will be returned when the user is finished.
    Computers may generally be used ONE HOUR PER DAY on a first come, first serve basis unless otherwise specified.
  2. No more than two (2) people at a time may use a computer. No more than (2) computers may be used by family members at the same time.
     
  3. Computers are available from the time the library opens until one-half (1/2) hour before closing.

  4. If you encounter any problems with the equipment or programs, inform the staff immediately.

  5. Use of the computer is free.  Use of the printer is 25¢ per page for black & white prints and 50¢.  Please go to the front desk to pay for and/or retrieve your pages.

  6. Library staff cannot provide in-depth training, but may be able to offer searching suggestions or advice on some available resources.

     7. Computer users under the age of 18 must have a signed parent/guardian consent form. Children under          the age of twelve (12) must be accompanied by an adult.

 
THESE POLICIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS DEMAND FOR COMPUTER USE INCREASES.
 
Internet Access:
Computers with Internet Access Greenville Area Public Library Internet Policy Internet access is a privilege, not a right. Users must adhere to the policies and procedures established by Greenville Area Public Library. Violations may result in loss of Internet access privileges.
  1. The Greenville Area Public Library has no control over the Internet or its resources and assumes no responsibility for the quality, accuracy or currency of any Internet resource. The Internet may contain material of a controversial or objectionable nature. 
     
  2. List-servs, newsgroups, chat rooms, and posting to bulletin boards will not be allowed.
     
  3. Greenville Area Public Library does not provide data storage for users. Programs, software, and other materials may not be downloaded onto the computer. Users may download to disk. A color or black & white printer is available for 25¢ per page. 
     
  4. Access will be restricted to users found viewing sexually explicit or offensive materials. The prohibition is not limited to those materials that meet the legal definition of pornography.   
  5. Parents must be responsible for their children for all Internet usage. Responsibility for decisions about appropriateness rests with parents or legal guardians.
    1. Children under 18 years of age must obtain on-site written approval from their parents to access the Internet.  
    2. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by someone 18 years of age or older.
 
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