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Contact

                  785-825-4624
                  301 W. Elm - Salina, KS - 67401 

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Library Hours

                 Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
                 Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
                 Sunday 1 - 6 p.m. 

Gaming @ the Library

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Use our gaming room or PC lab to play a variety of games.

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Gaming is open to all ages with a library card in good standing.  

Simply present a library card or photo ID (1 time) at the Technology Center Help Desk for games/controllers or access to the computer lab.  

What can I do there?

Computer Lab: Play any appropriate game online with your account. Minecraft, the open world exploration and building game, and League of Legends, the fast-paced team strategy game, are both loaded on the computers for play with your personal account. There are events for those who do not have accounts or would like to play with a group offered throughout the year.

Gaming Room: Play on PS4 or Wii. Use our games or bring your own. Or, give Virtual Reality a try! 

Games have an age-appropriate rating system. Parents may gauge the suitability of games for their children with ESRB. 

Tournaments, Open Plays and Stay ‘N Plays are offered periodically. View the event calendar for dates.

The gaming room can be reserved for groups. Contact tThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 785-825-4624 x233 

Why does the library have gaming?

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Gaming fosters many types of learning.

  • Games test problem-solving skills.
  • Games create community.
  • Games facilitate learning.
  • Games provide practice of leadership and team skills.
  • Games are fun!

 *Note:  Library policy requires that children younger than 11 must have someone supervising them within the library.