Here you will find children’s collections; Music, Media & More; and the check out and library cards desks.
Check out the KidSpot, a hands-on activity and program area. You’ll find the soda fountain style booths along the back wall — a great place to do homework or talk to friends.
Music, Media & More is our popular grab-and-go area for music CDs and DVDs. It’s right inside the door on your right.
At the check out and library card desks, you can check out material, get a new library card, or use the self check out machine.
A trip up the stairwell showcases some of the library’s collection of historic Chelsea photographs.
The second floor is home to the adult collections, the Learning Lab, and TeenSpace, and four study rooms.
The adult collection includes new books, large print, fiction, and nonfiction books, and audiobooks, newspapers and magazines. The local history area features the Family History Index, a collection of obituaries.
The Learning Lab features 10 state-of-the-art computers for workshops and open computing. All public computers have high-speed Internet access, Microsoft Office applications, and access to databases that make research quick and easy.
Find out more about the library’s technology resources.
TeenSpace is a space just for teens to hang with friends, do homework, or pick up a good book or magazine from our teen collection. TeenSpace has plenty of seating and five computers dedicated for teens.
Four study rooms provide space for those who need quiet space or room for group projects.
Katie’s Korner (formerly the Amphitheatre) , the Reading Garden, and the Reading Terrace all offer additional space for library patrons to enjoy.