The Weld Public Library offers free WiFi, and has two computers and a printer for patron use. There is free computer and smart phone help on Tuesdays from 3:00 – 5:00 pm beginning September 5th through June 26th with Paul Haberstroh from Franklin County Adult Education. The FCC has the Affordable Connectivity Program, a $30 per month subsidy for Internet connections to qualifying households. For more information, please visit https://getinternet.gov/ or ask Paul in person for help with applying.
The Library has a dedicated children’s area with an excellent selection of children’s books and activities. Please check the Library Events Page for upcoming children’s events.
The Library has an extensive selection of DVD Videos and Audio Books for Patrons to check out. There is also an excellent selection of Children’s videos.
The Weld Library offers a 24/7 accessible Food Bank for anyone to share. The library accepts non-perishable food donations. If the Food Bank box is full, please bring food donations inside the library during regular open hours.