SPL in the Village of Oak Creek
Sedona Public Library opened SPL in the Village (originally called the Village Service Center) in December 2005. Now nearly 1,700 people visit each month to pick up items they’ve ordered through the Yavapai County Network, return items from any library in the network, or use the public internet access computers. Unreserved items that are returned each day can be checked out. SPL in the Village is a Wi-Fi location, and many people bring their laptops for free wireless access. In addition, the Village location offers mobile printing, scanning, and faxing.
SPL in the Village has no circulating collection of its own. Items can be ordered from any computer with internet access via the Sedona Public Library online catalog and picked up at SPL in the Village.
The library is pleased to offer the option of returning materials from the Yavapai Library Network to the book drop boxes available at the Village location. While the book drops are convenient, they are intended for use after hours. Bring materials inside if the library is open.
Book drop boxes are not kind to library materials. It is a good idea to put magazines, CD books, and DVDs in a bag to protect them. Also, please use both book drop boxes on weekends. Thank you for helping keep library materials in good condition.
Note that book sale donations are not accepted at Sedona Library in the Village; please take donations to the main library in West Sedona, rather than leaving them in the book drop.
Library Programs in the Village
Brought to you by the Board of Sedona Public Library and funded by Friends of Sedona Library. Special thanks to Sedona Winds Retirement Community and the Church of the Nazarene for providing meeting spaces for our library programs. All programs are free and open to the public.
Community Book Discussions
All book discussions begin at 1:30 p.m. at Sedona Winds Retirement Community, 405 Jacks Canyon Road.
Tuesday, April 25
Tuesday, May 30
Discussion of "The Underground Railroad," by Colson Whitehead
Discussion of "Orphan Train," by Christina Baker Kline
Arizona Humanities Speaker Programs
All Arizona Humanities speaker programs begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Church of the Nazarene at 55 Rojo Drive in the Village of Oak Creek.
Monday, May 8
Monday, June 5
"The Woman Who Shot Cowboys: Rodeo Photographer Louise L. Serpa," presented by Jan Cleere
"From China to Mexico: A Journey of Decorative Arts," presented by Brenda Brandt
Bell Rock Plaza
Suite 51 A
Sedona AZ 86351