Welcome to McCall Public Library!
McCall Public Library Hours:
Monday - Friday 10-6 pm, Saturday 10-2, closed Sundays.
Pumphouse Used Books is a store run by the Friends of the McCall Public Library and is located at 1001 State Street across from the hospital. The hours are Wednesdays - Saturdays 12-3.
Winter Reading Program
Make a snowflake for every book families read together.
Submit a coupon for every book read during our Winter Reading Program starting November 20 through January 3. All ages welcome to participate. Prizes of snowflake-making kits and croqueted snowflakes for every coupon submitted. Plus, a random drawing of these coupons will be on Friday, January 3 for McCall winter recreation prizes, like ice skating passes from Manchester Ice Centre. Snoflake coupons are at the library or can be printed from the Library Services, Programs and Events link on the left sidebar.
Read the Book, Watch the Movie
A Town Like Alice
Multiple copies of books available now at the library. The film will be shown at the McCall Public Library on Wednesday, December 18 at 7 pm
Idaho Health Care Help Available
St. Luke's McCall staff will assist interested people sign up for health insurance coverage using the library's computers on Thursday, December 19 from 5-7.
Thursday, December 19 at 10:30
Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age
Author and Law Professor Mary Christina Wood
will speak at McCall Public Library on Thursday evening at 7 pm January 2, 2014
Available at http:www.amazon.com/Natures-Trust-Environmental-Law-Ecological/dp/052144116
Let's Talk About It has been bringing adult reading discussion groups
together with humanities scholars in Idaho's public libraries to discuss fine literature. These book readings and discussions explore American values, history, culture, aging, classics, and much more.
The McCall Public Library is hosting a winter reading group called,"Our Earth, Our Ethics"
5 Book Discussions
Wednesday evenings at 7 pm
January 22, February 5 & 19, March 5 & 19
Books available in January
January 22 - Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
February 5 - The Botany of Desire
February 19 - Indian Creek Chronicles
March 5 - Prodigal Summer
March 19 - A Sand County Almanac
Author Jeannine Antoniou Smith visit
Wednesday, January 15 at 7 pm
Her book: Throwing the Bones: African Encounters beyond what can be imagined
We are pleased to announce the College Database - a complete, current, user-friendly source for college and university data, updated in 2013 with tuition, enrollment and accreditation data.
The College Database:http://www.onlinecollegesdatabase.org/
The College Database (Idaho): http://www.onlinecollegesdatabase.org/online-colleges-in-idaho/
Electronic books are now available. Log into your account in our catalog to download an EBook or EAudiobook.
First get the Overdrive app, create an Adobe id, then download an eBook or Eaudiobook.
We would appreciate your input for our e-book collection development.
Please click here to take our electronic book survey:
Thank you to the Friends of the MCall Public Library for their generous donation of our annual subscription to Overdrive.
Please contact the library at 634-5522 if you are interested in presenting a
lecture for our lecture programs.
The McCall Public Library Board of Trustees meeting will be on Tuesday, January 21 at 4 pm in the library's conference room.
Friends of the McCall Public Library will be meeting on the third Tuesday every other month; next meeting will be Tuesday, January 21th at 1:00 in the library's conference room.
Children’s Story Time ~ Every Thursday 10.30- 11:30 Ages 3-5 (with adult). Preschool stories, art, social time.
Story Stop ~ every Wednesday 10:30 - 10:50 a.m. Streamlined
library time with stories, rhymes & games for children. Social time for parents/guardians. For children ages 0-3.
4 Year Olds Club ~ Free library card is offered to 4 year old child for a year's membership. Ask at the front desk.
Baby Bags~gift bag with free library card and library baby gifts for any newborn (0-1 yr. old born at St. Luke's McCall). Ask at the front desk.
Food for Fines ~ take $1 off of your library fine for one non-perishable food item.
Don't let a physical limitation stop you from reading! Audio books and magazines can be loaned
free to any Idaho resident who is unable to read regular print, hold a
book, or turn pages due to a temporary or permanent physical limitation.
Click here for more information and to register:
This free service provides the
following to registered users:
- Books, magazines, and playback equipment
- Materials mailed directly to and from the user
via Free Matter for the Blind
- Toll free number to contact the Talking Book Service
- Resources to help select titles of interest
- Online catalog for direct ordering
- Ability to download digital titles
Procedures for Donations
McCall Public Library
Go to the front desk
and ask the staff where to place the donations. Please let them know if
you would like a tax receipt for the donation.