Waynesboro Public Library provides free library service to individuals unable to come to the library.
Who is eligible for this service?
You must be a resident of Waynesboro and have a current library card. Delivery is offered to individuals unable to come the library due to mobility, health, or disability barriers. In addition, people in assisted living residences may use this service. Our program coordinator matches a library volunteer with a homebound customer. The volunteer becomes familiar with the reading and viewing interests of their homebound person, then helps them select materials, which will be delivered to their residence on a monthly basis.
How does it work?
Waynesboro Public Library has an extensive collection of large print and regular books and paperbacks, including the classics, current novels, mysteries, westerns, romance novels and biographies, as well as books on current events, health issues, religion, cooking, and travel. Magazines and audiobooks are also available.
What materials are available?
Materials may be borrowed for six weeks. Although you are not responsible for fines on overdue items, you will be charged for lost or damaged items.
How do I register?
Call Waynesboro Public Library at (540) 942-6746 for more information or to sign up.
You may also print and mail in the application below or fill it out online.