BOOKS, VIDEOS, CDS, DVDS, MAGAZINES AND BOOKS ON TAPE
Patrons may borrow up to 10 books, magazines, videos, DVDs, CDs or books on tape at one time for a two week loan period. Patrons must supply their library card at the time of check out. A patron may request an renewal on these items either by phone (by providing your library card number) or by renewing the items using the MLN link from this website.
OVERDRIVE - WV READS: E-book access by using your MLN Library Card and logging on to WV Reads. Patron must have no fines or overdues to use this service.
The Ronceverte Public Library participates in an Interlibrary Loan service in order to obtain materials not available in our collection. This service depends on the generosity of public and academic libraries across the state. For security reasons interlibrary loan materials must be signed out from the circulation desk.
In order to receive this privilege the borrower agrees to:
Accept responsibility for materials between signing out and signing in. This includes cost of damage to or loss of borrowed item.
Return the materials by the date due marked on the interlibrary loan slip. Not returning materials to the lending library on time may jeopardize our ability to continue receiving interlibrary loan services from that library. Please make every effort to return this material by the due date.
Photocopy charges are: $.25 per page up to 20 page, $.20 per page for 21-40 pages, $.15 per page from 41-60, $.10 per page 60 pages and up.
Computer print charges are: $.20 per page up to 20 page, $.15 per page from 21-40, $.10 per page 41 pages and up. Copies and prints cannot be made in color.
Fax transmittal charges are $2.00 for the first page and $1.00 for additional page, not including the cover page within the continental United States. Incoming Faxes may be received at $1 per page. The library's FAX number is 304-647-7651.
The Ronceverte Public Library offers free computer use on one of 8 public access computers. This includes word processing, spreadsheets, children's educational programs, and Internet access.
Public access computers and wireless service in this library are hosted on the State Library Network (SLN). The SLN is supported with State and Federal funds and is subject to policies, procedures, and standards, including filtering and monitoring, required by the funding authorities. Misuse of library computers by employees or the public may lead to disciplinary action and/or prosecution. A copy of the Library's Internet Use Policy is posted and available at the desk.
Children under 18 must have parent or guardian permission slip signed and take a short class.
TAX FORMS: Tax forms, both state and federal, are available at the library.
ADULT LITERACY & ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE TUTORING
The Ronceverte Public Library is a member of Greenbrier County Literacy Through Libraries, a group dedicated to offering assistance to adults in improving their reading and writing skills. If you know of someone who could benefit from one on one basic skills tutorials, please contact the Ronceverte Public Library at 647-7400.
We offer both popular release movies as well as children's movies. Primarily our collection is available through regular DVDs but our Blu Ray collection is growing.
We offer a wide selection of books on tape, CD and now audio books for download to your personal player through the WV Reads program. See the staff for more details.
Through the WV Reads program, we offer a selection of eBooks for download to your reading device. Whether it's your laptop, iPad, Kindle or Nook, RPL has a selection of eBooks that are compatible with your reading device. See the staff for more details.
From September through May, the Ronceverte Public Library has a weekly Story Hour program. During Story Hour, children in our 3 to 5 year old age group is read stories by our library staff or volunteer, then they do crafts and afterward are able to check out books . Our Story Hour group takes place in our children section every Tuesday from 11:30 – 12:30 beginning the second Tuesday in September and ending the second Tuesday in May.
ADULT BOOK DISCUSSION
The library adult book discussion group, meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 pm beginning in September. Participants will be called to pick up the each month's discussion book as they are received by the library.