Pay Your Fines From the Comfort of Home!

Have overdue fines or fees but don't have time to stop in the library to pay them? Don't fret! You are now able to pay your fines online through our catalog, powered by e-commerce.     


1. Start by logging in your account on the Charles B. Phillips Library Catalog, second tab on the top of the Charles B. Phillips library homepage.

2. Click your name on the top right corner to view your account information. 

3. Then click the Fines/Fees (third option down).

4. Fill out the infotmation to pay.

5. After completing step 4, you account will be cleared and fine free!


Super Couponing with Jill Cataldo

                                                              Thursday, April 23 at 6 p.m.

                                                                            Open to the public!


Jill is an expert when it comes to cutting your grocery bill down to pennies. She has made appearances on ABC World News, Inside Edition, Fox News, Nightline, amoung other things. Join Jill as she teaches how to effectively use coupons, focusing on the best techniques using newspaper and internet coupons to the fullest advantages. As well as, how to "stack" coupons for bigger savings, what products are always free with coupons, how to get the store to "pay you" to shop, plus much more!

                                                                                  Registration required.

Genealogy 101



Learn more about your family history, as well as, how to navigate around different historical databases that has countless genealogical records at Genealogy 101 on Saturday, April 4th at 10:30 a.m. Please sign up for class at the library, limited spots available. 

Book to Reel

There is still time to stop in the library to pick up the next Book to Reel novel for Adult Book Discussion. This month's novel is The Hundred Foot Journey by Richard Morais. A charming novel that explores the difference of two cultures with a flavorful twist. 


 Then on Thursday, April 9th at 6 p.m. come to the library to watch the movie and discuss afterwards.

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