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Johnson County Library
171 N. Adams Ave.
Buffalo, WY 82834
307-684-5546
Johnson County Library
171 North Adams Ave
Buffalo, WY 82834
Phone: 307-684-5546
Fax: 307-684-7888
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Enterprise Card Catalog & Database
Go Wyld Database
FUN AT SCHOOL
Book Buddies: A community volunteer and a librarian read with a small group of third graders at lunch each Tuesday or Wednesday.
Buckaroo books: Kindergartners read these 10 books and vote on their favorite.  Votes are tallied around the state and the most popular book receives the Buckaroo award.
Indian Paint Brush: 4th & 5th graders read these 10 books and vote on which one should receive the Indian Paint Brush award.  Students also have a battle of the books competition centered around these books.
Wyoming Reads: All 1st graders read five books chosen by the Sue Jorgensen Foundation; 1st graders get to pick one book to take home with them. We celebrate with a picnic in the spring.
Databases:
 Ebook, EAudio books, medical information, journal articles, car repair, learn a language, and more
Card Catalog
Search for your next good read. Access your account to renew or place holds.
Library Hours
Mon, Tues, & Wednesday
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Thursday
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Friday - Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm





LEARN @ YOUR LIBRARY
  Need help with your new tablet? Have questions about basic computer skills or Internet?
   Schedule tech help with our staff. 
​Best time:
Wednesdays 
@ 2:00 pm
Get assistance with basic email or basic computer questions, and find out about library apps for your devices.

Check out our help sheets on the eContent page.
March
History Data collection project    
We could use your help and collective knowledge!

Local History Librarian Nancy Tabb is looking for help with the history of your homes. Have any family facts to share? Do you know the chain of the deed/ownership? Please fill out both sides of the questionnaire attached here.

Mail to:
Nancy Tabb
Johnson County Library
171 North Adams
Buffalo, WY 82834

You can also drop it by the library front desk during your next visit.

Pictures of Buffalo, WY house from circa 1900.

Your Librarians' Favorite Reads!
(Downloadable brochure)
Library Account Mobile App:
View Checkouts, Renew, Link family cards together, Search Library Catalog, Place Holds, & 
Search and Checkout Ebooks & EAudio books to read in your RBdigital or CloudLibrary Apps
NEW!
Friends of the Library Book Club
Meets in JCL at 3 pm, second Tuesdays

April 14: 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl  by Mona Awad  
May 12: No book (Selection gathering for titles into the next year)  

Welcome


The Library is Closed 
Until April 6

The Johnson County Library’s Buffalo and Kaycee buildings will be closed to the public in order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
Staff are available 9-5 Monday through Friday. Please call us at (307) 684-5546 with any questions or needs.

Please keep checked out items: The book drop will be locked.
Don’t worry about overdues: We will renew all overdue items.
Online Reading: Cloud Library and RBDigital audio app 
both offer electronic books for your leisure. Visit https://gowyld.libguides.com/econtent to get your reading fix!

Curbside Pick-up
Anyone who would like to check out materials can call us at (307) 684-5546 to reserve materials. We will check those out on the person’s card and set a time for them to drive up to our south door (the side facing Bank of Buffalo.) Books will be bagged and set on a cart outside waiting for patrons to retrieve.

Please keep in mind:
-All library programs, including Story Hour, are canceled. 
-No new meeting room reservations.
-Existing meeting room reservations are canceled and the renters are being contacted. 
-Book donations will not be accepted until May 1 at the earliest. (This restriction was in place last week, because we have reached capacity on such storage.)
-Interlibrary Loan books cannot be ordered, as most libraries are not sending books out.

Thank you for your understanding in this matter. 
-Director Steve Rzasa 3/18/2020