We now have two quiet study rooms available for our patrons to use.
These include access to a wall-mounted TV for presentations and plenty of desk space.
Please inform the library ahead of time if you would like to reserve one of these rooms, as they do go fast!
FREE Wi-Fi (WIRELESS INTERNET) SERVICE
The Bennington Public Library is pleased to offer wireless Internet access thanks to support in part by the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services and granted by the Nebraska Library Commission and a donation from the Friends of the Library.
You’ll need a laptop or other portable device with a built-in WiFi or installed adapter card; otherwise we offer desktop and laptop computers for in-library use.
WiFi is offered to anybody inside of the building, but will require a password to access unless using the library’s public desktop computers.
Printing and Faxing
We offer printing and faxing services for a small fee:
Black and white printing – 10 cents per page.
Color printing – 50 cents per page.
Faxing – 10 cents for the confirmation page.
e-Books and Digital Downloads:
The Bennington Public Library is pleased to offer an online digital audio book and e-book collection.
This service makes it possible for library patrons to check out and download digital audio and e-books anytime, from anywhere.
Login with your Bennington Public Library card number.
Your pin is: webster
Bennington Public Library is a part of the Central Nebraska digital co-op. Enjoy browsing our audiobooks, eBooks, and digital magazines through the RBdigital website.
A mobile app is also available for download. Search “RBdigital” in the app store.
For more information about setting up your account or how to download eBook titles or eMagazines to your reading or listening device, please call the Bennington Public Library at 402-238-2201.
The mission of the Bennington Public Library is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen community. To deliver on this promise we rely on three great resources--our staff, our collection, and our physical space.