In the Main Library

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Billy's Cafe

Billy's Café

Mon-Fri 11-4

fresh salads and sandwiches
hot and cold drinks
candy, snacks, and ice cream

Find out what collections and services are available.

Our color-coded floor plan may also help you find your way around the Main Library.

Ground Floor:

  • Children's Room, serving children from birth to 7th grade
  • Atrium with café seating; food, drink, and cell phone use allowed
  • Billy's Café, serving drinks, fresh salads, sandwiches, snacks, and more
  • Community Meeting Room (capacity: 125; room reservation information) with public restrooms
  • Free wifi with some electrical outlets
  • Outside book return for print materials

First Floor:

  • Fiction books, including mysteries, science fiction/fantasy, westerns, graphic novels, and paperbacks
  • Nonfiction books from 000-779, including biography, cooking, gardening, true crime, home repair, health, religion, crafts, and more
  • Large print books
  • Audiobooks in CD and digital formats
  • World language books, including Chinese and Vietnamese
  • Movies on DVD
  • Music on CD
  • Computer games collection
  • Current and back issues of magazines and newspapers (Richardson Building)
  • Adult Basic Education section, featuring the New Reader collection for those learning English and citizenship materials
  • Books, magazines, DVDs, and audiobooks for teens

Also on the First Floor:

  • Public restrooms
  • Exhibition area (near Coletti Reading Room)
  • Teen lounge
  • Three small study rooms (maximum capacity ranges from 3-12; room reservation information)
  • Free wifi with some electrical outlets available
  • Library catalog computers

Second Floor:

  • Nonfiction books from 780-999, including travel, history, sports, poetry, and more
  • Reference collection, including business, law, and genealogy collections
  • Travel section, featuring non-English language learning books and non-English language dictionaries, travel guides, and travel memoirs
  • Quincy Room with local history collection
  • Newspapers, including back issues on microfilm

Also on the Second Floor:

  • Computer services: public use computers with Internet access, Microsoft Office, and black/white and color printing; laptop connections
  • Free wifi with some electrical outlets available
  • Book Scan station for scanning and digitizing documents and photographs (free, self-service)
  • Adaptive technology room for computer users with disabilities (capacity: 3)
  • Literacy services for adults learning to read English
  • Small study room (capacity: minimum 2, maximum 8; room reservation information)
  • Public restroom
  • Photocopiers (black/white and color, self-service)
  • Public fax machine (self-service with credit/debit card or prepaid fax card)


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