Guymon Public Library and Arts
The Guymon Public Library & Arts Center opened its doors at 1718 N. Oklahoma Street on September 3, 2013. Funds for the new building were generated with a one-cent sales tax for Capital Improvements in the City of Guymon, The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act through a grant from the USDA and a donation from the Nash Foundation.
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Q. What time is the library open?
A. The library is open from 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Thursday, 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and 9:30 to 2:00 PM Saturday.
Q. How do I get a library card?
A. Come to the library with a photo ID and proof of CURRENT address.
Q. Can I renew my books online?
A. Yes, just go to the online catalog web page (link https://guymon.biblionix.com) and login with your card number and phone number. Call the library (580-338-7330) for you card number or to verify the phone number on record.
Q. Can I renew my books using my mobile device?
A. Yes, just go to the mobile online catalog web page (link https://guymon.bibionix.com/mobile) and login with your card number and phone number.
Q. How do I check out an ebook using my Kindle, Nook or other device?
A. Because every device is a little different, please call (580-338-7330) or visit the library for assistance. You may also consult the Help menu on the OverDrive website after logging into the online catalog webpage (link to https://guymon.biblionix.com). Downloadable audiobooks are also available from OverDrive and RBdigital.
Q. Can I use the internet at the library?
A. The library offers 18 public access computer stations as well as free WIFI for those wishing to bring their own devices.
Q. Can I use the library’s databases from home?
A. Yes, just go to the online catalog web page (link to https://guymon.biblionix.com) and login with your card number and phone number. Scroll down the page to select a database. Offerings include eBooks and downloadable audiobooks, language learning apps, continuing education courses, genealogy research tools and a variety of reference tools.