Welcome to Oxford Memorial Library

***Important Notice***
The Oxford Library is running out of space to store books, and with no chance of having a Book Sale anytime soon, along with all the quarantining that we have to do, we just can’t accept any more book donations.

We are coming up on the one year anniversary of when we were shut down for COVID, this St. Patrick’s Day! Can you believe it? 

A lot has happened since that day. Wayyy too much to talk about here. But here are a few highlights:

We started doing Story Time Live on our Facebook page, which, if you have not already been watching Facebook Live Story Time on Tuesdays, at 1pm with Jess(That you can replay if you don’t catch it live. Hint. Hint.), you really should be. She always has something entertaining to say or do, and recently she started adding “Code Words” to the end of the Story Time. Stop in to the Library, and tell the Desk Clerk the week’s “Code Word(s)” and get a FREE BOOK!!!!!!!!!! Whoo hoooooo! The  “Code Words” change from week to week, so you can’t use this week’s “Code Words” for next week.

The Library has never been so squeaky clean. Books coming in are put into quarantine for 3 days before being shelved, and any books and surfaces that are touched while you are visiting are disinfected after you leave by our  diligent desk clerks. 

Please note the signs on the doors stating COVID rules to follow while visiting the Library.
**Masks MUST be worn in the library. Only exceptions are those with health conditions that prevent them from wearing a mask, and children 2yrs and younger. 

Thank you for your cooperation with our new rules and guidelines. We wish to keep our library a safe place, and by following guidelines, it helps us stay open to continue to serve our community.