Staying ConnectedGive to Bosler Memorial Library’s 2020-2021 Annual Campaign, and your gift could be matched.  Click here for more information and to donate.

Research Starts HereThe Bosler Memorial Library now provides online access to many of our printed reference volumes and their award-winning content from Salem Press, Grey House Publishing, and H.W. Wilson. The collection includes resources on Health, History, Literature, Science, and Careers.

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Columbia, the allegorical symbol of the United StatesBosler is thrilled to host the post exhibit Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence. This exhibit celebrates the centennial of the 19th Amendment that secured women's voting rights in the United States.

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It's All Here Bosler Memorial LibraryThe Bosler Memorial Library rejects hate, prejudice, and oppression in all of their forms. We support all who struggle for equality, equity, and justice. At the Bosler Memorial Library we continually strive to empower lifelong learning for our patrons and community members.

open book radiating lightAre you looking for that next book but don't know where to start? The Bosler Library's staff is here to give you personalized recommendations! Use the form on our BookAdvisor page and we'll send you a list that hopefully contains your next read!

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drinking coffee and working on laptopBosler is thrilled to provide our community with opportunities for lifelong learning and social engagement. While our rooms are closed to in-person…

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