Library Delivery

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If you live in the library's service area we have staff to deliver materials to residents who are unable to come to the library. We travel to people's homes, independent and assisted living facilities, and nursing homes to deliver library materials once a month.

You can also contact Dane County Library Service or the Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library for homebound services. Additionally, permission can be given to a friend or family member to pick up materials on the homebound patron's behalf.

To participate in Oregon Public Library's Library Delivery Service, review our Outreach Policy and complete the Homebound Application or the Fillable Homebound Application.

Contact Kara Ripley at kripley [at] (subject: Homebound%20Services) (kripley[at]oregonlibrary[dot]org) or (608) 835-6268 for more information.

The Library is also your online library!

If you can't make it to the library, we also provide online content. Your library card gives you access to everything from books, movies, and gadgets to digital books, streaming media, and online resources.

Download and Stream

In addition to books, we also provide access to downloadable and streaming content as well as reliable online research resources. 

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  • Watch a movie
  • Read a book
  • Learn a language
  • Get craft ideas
  • Research your investment
  • AND more!

Learn more about our online resources!

Online Programs

The library also presents a variety of hybrid and online programs such as author talks, gardening webinars, watercolor workshops, and more! Here is an example of a recent program.