Julius And Doris Myerberg Library
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The Julius and Doris Myerberg Library supports the congregation's commitment to foster the intellectual, emotional, spiritual, social, moral and physical needs of its members and students. Through its promotion of open access to information and intellectual freedom, the library strives to advance and preserve Jewish heritage and traditions, and to cultivate learning and interest in reading for pleasure. As an integral part of the congregation and its schools, the library provides an organized collection of predominantly Judaic resources. The library follows the temple operating hours.
Your library, The Julius & Doris Myerberg Library, is available for you to explore, discover and enjoy. Serving children and adults, we have both secular and Judaic music, reference material and, of course, books! Patrons with current borrowing privileges may check out resources using our easy self-serve circulation system. We hope you enjoy your visit, whether it is in person or online!
The Library and Education Center, dedicated in September 1995, serves our entire congregation with six additional classrooms, a media center, our Archives Department—with storage and display cases that are temperature and humidity controlled—and a state-of-the-art computerized library, featuring books, a children's rotunda and large screen projection television. INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org.