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7205 Randall Ave.
|Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Closed on all federal holidays
Events and Programming
The Library will be closed May 9 and May 25 – 27. Please return items through the book drop on the east side of the building.
Held every Friday at 10 a.m. Bring your kids for stories, songs, and a craft.
May 3 – Let’s Be Friends
May 10 – Happy Mother’s Day
May 17 – Baby Signs with Ms Becca
May 24 – Story Teller’s Favorites
May 31 – Let’s Travel
Summer Reading Program
The Summer Reading Program – begins June 1. Throughout the summer, there will be free activities for children and families that encourage and support a love of reading. Participants of all ages can win incentives for reaching their reading goals. Watch for details!
Did you know the library provides fax services? The library charges $0.50 per page to fax anywhere in the United States and $0.10 per page to receive faxes.
Have you signed up for Universal Class? It is an opportunity to take self-paced, instructor led, non-credited classes online for free. Stop by the Library to register for one of the 500 classes such as Autism 101, Budgeting and Saving, Dog Training, Resume Writing and more!
The Base Library is now offering free access to Transparent Language, an online language-learning program. Lessons are available for 80+ languages, including English as a second language. Transparent Language also includes access to Mobile apps for iPhone and Android devices, allowing for great language learning on the go. Stop by the Library to sign up today!
If you are interested in an item that the library doesn’t own, we can loan it for you from another library at no cost. Please call or stop by the library to request an item.
Air Force libraries purchase mission-essential information resources for organizations throughout the year with library central appropriated funds. These materials can include books or subscriptions. Offices are required to submit a AFSPC Form 43 to request items. Mission essential justification must be described on this form. The office requesting materials must appoint a POC with an alternate to be responsible for the materials procured by the library. The POC is responsible for conducting an annual inventory of the office collection materials.
- Books – 4 week checkout
- Videos – 4 day checkout; new releases are limited to 4 items at a time
- Audio CDs/Playaways – 4 week checkout
- Magazines – no checkout of current month’s issue – 4 week checkout on back issues
The Library now has access to several new databases including Auto Repair Reference Center, Home Improvement Reference Center, Tumblebooks, Teacher Reference Center, Hobbies & Crafts, Morningstar, Biography Resource Center and NetLibrary.
The F. E. Warren Base Library collection consists of approximately 35,000 items including books, magazines, newspapers, audio books, and movies. It also provides faxing, copying, and printing services for a nominal fee.
Books: The library offers a variety of recreational and educational books for children, teens, and adults including popular fiction, study guides, and nonfiction topics including the Chief of Staff of the Air Force selections.
The McNaughton Leasing program provides library users of all ages with a selection of the most current and popular titles being published.
Periodicals: The library subscribes to the Denver Post, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Wyoming Tribune Eagle, and Air Force Times. The library currently receives almost 50 popular magazines for children, teens, and adults.
Audio and eBooks: The library offers several formats for those seeking audio and electronic versions of their favorite titles including Books on CD, Playaways, Tumblebooks, Overdrive, and Safari Books.
Movies: Popular and classic movies are available for no charge on DVD and VHS.
Databases: Online databases provide the library user with 24 hour access to information necessary for education/career advancement and recreational endeavors. Available databases include Peterson’s Education Resource Center, EBSCO, SIRS, Universal Class, and many others.
Language Learning: Transparent Languages is an online language learning program offering a choice of 80 languages. To register for this service, stop by the library to open an account.
Faxing: The library is able to send and receive faxes to/from local, toll-free, and long distance numbers in the Continental United States. A fee is charged for this service based on the number of pages sent or received.
Copying/Printing: Library users have access to a black and white copier as well as black and white/color printing from computers. This is a fee based service.
Computers: Nine computers are available to access the internet from the library. Two educational computers are dedicated to those interested in online research, report writing, and language learning. All library computers have access to the internet and are connected to printers. The library offers wireless access throughout the building for those wanting to use their own devices.
Interlibrary Loans and Document Delivery: The Library will offer to borrow materials for users from other libraries around the state, region, and country at no charge to the user.
Story Time: Story time is offered for children and their parents on Friday at 10 a.m. The stories, songs, and craft selected for story time are aimed at children ages 2 to 5, but all ages are welcome to attend.
The library is located at 7205 Randall Ave., Bldg. 214. Call (307) 773-3416.