Great selection on books, videos, music, and the like. The atmosphere is really nice and relaxed, with free WiFi.
If you want to check out items you will need an valid ID (driver, state ID, passport, etc.) AND a bill or such showing your residency in the community. This gets you free privileges. We live outside of the city limits, don't pay the incorporated property tax, and so have to pay for our account for the year. If you don't have a computer there are lots available most of the time, including the ones in the "quiet rooms", but there is a time limit (I believe of 1 or 2 hrs). Lots of nice places to study quietly with many tables where you can spread out. The first floor also has some cakes/coffee available as a service, but they are a bit pricey (Dunkin Donuts is just a block east on Green Street). Bathrooms are clean. It is a busy place particularly after 2:15 PM on schooldays as kids seem to come there to chill out until their parents pick them up or so.
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