How to get started
Go to our webpage and click on the catalog link on the right hand side of the page. You can also visit our catalog directly at catalog.lmlibrary.org.
On the top right of the catalog page, it asks you to login. Login with your library card or username and password. If you do not know or remember your login information, please contact the circulation desk by calling 620-626-0180 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and a staff person will make sure your information is correct.
If you have fines that prevent you from placing a hold on an item, please contact the library and we will help resolve this issue.
After logging in, begin searching for items you would like to check out. Once you find a title that is available, click on the “Place a hold” button. There is a limit of 15 items. If the title you want to checkout shows as “Available in Quarantine”, that means it will be a few days before it is available for checkout.
If you do not have access to the internet at home, you are welcome to call the library at 620-626-0180 and a librarian will guide you through the process and get you the materials you need if they are available.
Setting your appointment to pick up your order
Once you have placed your holds, a librarian will pull those items and get them ready to pick up at the next available pick up time. We will call you to schedule a convenient pickup time. If you are unable to make your pick up appointment, please contact the library. If you do not contact us or show up for your pickup, staff will hold the items for 24 hours and then place them back on the shelf. There will be a Limit of 15 items.
When you come to the library to pick up your items, park in the parking lot near the North Doors and call the library. Stay in your vehicle. A staff person will bring your items to you in a plastic bag. We recommend washing your hands and disposing of the bag when you get home.
We ask that all items be returned to the alleyway book drop. This allows for people to pick up holds and adhere to social distancing. Staff will not be receiving returned items from patrons during the library pick up process.