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All Services

Please call us at (606) 787-9381 or email info@caseylibrary.org for more information about any of these services.

» ABC Mouse

ABC Mouse is an educational website recommended for ages 2 – 8. It’s available for free inside the library only.

» Ancestry Library Edition

Ancestry Library Edition is available for free on computers inside the library. Please see the front desk for information on how to get connected.

» Bookmobile

The Bookmobile serves homebound adults throughout the county who are unable to make it into the library themselves. For more information about the Bookmobile, please click here.

» Computers & Internet

The library has public access computers that are free to use, along with free Wi-Fi available for personal devices. For more information on this service, click here.

» Exam Proctoring

If you have an online exam that requires a proctor, we have librarians available to do that for free.

» Genealogy

The library has a robust genealogy section filled with history of Casey County and the neighboring counties. It is also currently undergoing digitization, and as more items get digitized they will be available online at genealogy.caseylibrary.org.

» Kentucky Talking Books

Talking Book Service is available through the Kentucky Talking Book Library. This service is provided free of charge to anyone unable to read because of a visual or physical limitation. Thousands of books and magazines are available on tape for adults and children. Applications for this service are available at our front desk.

» Notary Public

At no charge, you may have documents (requiring a witness only) signed by a Notary Public at the library.

» OverDrive/Libby

Your library card provides you free access to Kentucky Libraries Unbound, where you have the option to check out any of thousands of e-books, audiobooks, or videos. For more information, call (606) 787-9381 to help get set up.

For a small fee, you can print or fax items at the library. Scanning is free. For more information on these services, including the price, click here.

» Reader’s Advisory

If you aren’t sure what to read next or all the different options have you stuck on what to choose, ask a staff member! Librarians have special tools and knowledge of the collection that can help find a custom recommendation to fit every reader.

» Reference

Your Casey County Public Library librarians are here to help answer your questions, whether it be navigating the online catalog, finding a number or address, printing government forms, recommending books, etc. Whatever your need, your librarians will do their best to find an answer or connect you with resources.

» Technology Assistance

Need help figuring out a new device, maneuvering a program, or finding what you need on the Internet? Library staff is trained to assist you with your technology needs and can help you learn how to use the devices you might encounter in your everyday life.