Welcome to JCLS, serving Jackson County residents with library service since 1919. Use this virtual branch 24/7 for checkout, research, database access, and much more.
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Join us for food and a free performance of OSF's community-hosted production of La Comedia of Errors, a Spanish-English Bilingual adaptation by Lydia G. Garcia and Bill Rauch. Tickets are available for free with your library card on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more.
Discover how children learn through play and daily activities: singing songs, telling stories, creating art, and having fun! Kaleidoscope Play and Learn is offered in Medford and Talent, and is open to everyone—young children (ages 0–5) and their family, caregivers, and parents.
The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has released their annual list of titles nominated by teens for teens to compete for the top ten spots. Read up! Then place your vote right here. Check back later and see if your pick won!
Get a handle on your energy consumption with a Kill-A-Watt monitor, which keeps an eye on exactly how much electricity devices and appliances draw from the plug. Kill-A-Watt monitors are available from our Library of Things.
Learn how to use digital research for business planning, customize national data for future growth, participate in free online courses, reserve meeting rooms for free with your library card, and more during this free workshop.
Borrow a Kindle eReader from the library! Each Kindle come pre-loaded with an assortment of materials, from popular fiction to timeless classics, informative non-fiction, as well as highly reviewed but lesser-known indie titles that you won't find in print.
Local artists discuss the evolution of their art over the years and present digital photos of their work at a monthly Art Salon held on the last Sunday of every month at the Ashland Library. This month, the Art Salon will feature the work of artist Judy Benson LaNier.