Charles Wesley Turnbull Regional Public Library
History – Use legislation naming edifice Turnbull Library (Click here to See Act 7246)
The primary focus of the library is to provide free reader services to adults, children, young adults, senior citizens, residents and non-residents.
Adult fiction and Non-fiction; Children’s Fiction and Non-fiction; Adult and Children’s References; Magazines; Daily Newspapers; DVDs; High Interest; and Low-Level materials.
Virgin Islands Archives/Records
The library houses original and microfilm collections of V.I. Archives, records, newspapers and other materials; it is capable of reproducing images via microfilming and photocopying. Microfilm reader/printers are available at certain libraries.
The Virgin Islands Automated Library System is the database and computerized support network for books, reading materials and patron records for the public library and archives collections in the Virgin Islands.
viNGN/Public Computer Center (PCC)
The viNGN Public Computer Centers with high-speed connections provide patrons with free access to the Internet and the World Wide Web. The Computers, peripherals and contemporary software was funded primarily from a grant by the National Telecommuniations Information Administration (NTIA) as part of the Broadband Technology Opportunity Program (BTOP).
The Children’s Room hosts weekly story time and offers Children’s Fiction and Non- Fiction Books, DVDS, and other children’s magazines.
The Auditorium is where the library provides meeting room space for community organizations. It is here where public hearings on vital projects that affect the life of the people are held. History will reflect on those decisions and where they were held. Each year government agencies and residents gather here for public hearings and special events.