The Hudson Library & Historical Society will host a live virtual streaming event with Hugo Award-winning science fiction author John Scalzi on June 24 at 7 p.m. Scalzi will discuss his latest book, The Last Emperox, the thrilling conclusion to the award-winning, New York Times and USA Today bestselling epic space opera adventure series. Kirkus Reviews calls the book “punchy, plausible, and bittersweet; studded with zingers until the very last line.”
*This is a revised list of check out limits and late fees. Some changes have been made to reflect the library’s phased re-opening plan due to COVID-19.
The Hudson Library is fine free, with the exclusion of some items (see below). Patrons will be charged the replacement cost for items that are 30 days overdue.
(2 items per card. *You must be 18 years old to check out certain items. Due to high demand, Chromebooks, GoPros, Hotspots, Portable BluRay Players & Rokus are limited to one device per household per month. *These 5 tech devices can be reserved by contacting the Circulation department.
The purpose of fines is not to punish borrowers. Instead, the goal is to have library materials returned so that they can be used by other library patrons.
IN PERSON: Bring to the library one of the following: the item to be renewed, your library card or the check-out receipt.
ONLINE: Go to My Account and login. Follow the directions under your account information. If the item is past the due date, it cannot be renewed online.
BY PHONE: Call the library at 330-653-6658 x1041. Have your library card handy.
IN PERSON: Cash, check, and credit cards are accepted at the library’s circulation desk.
ONLINE: Go to My Account and login. Follow the directions under your account information to pay fines using a credit card.
Fine-free status is available for most Hudson-owned library materials, with the exception of Hot Picks, and Tech & Music-To-Go. Patrons will be charged the replacement cost for items that are 30 days overdue. Patrons may still incur fines from resource materials borrowed from other libraries. For more information about fine-free status, please contact the library at 330-653-6658 x 1040.