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Fairfield Cordelia Library
5050 Business Center Drive
Fairfield, CA 94534
1-866-57-ASKUS

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Holiday Schedule

Meeting Room

The Meeting room has a capacity of 72. It can be divided into two smaller rooms. More…

Study Rooms

There are 3 study rooms available for two hour periods of time. Same day reservations can be made by calling 1-866-57ASKUS. Literacy tutors and their students have priority privileges for one of the rooms, and may arrange for longer use periods.

Stay and Play Center

Books, toys and games to promote early literacy and pre-literacy. Five public computers and high speed Internet are available, along with an AWE Early Literacy station.

Friends of the Library

Friends of the Fairfield/Suisun City Libraries have a small area dedicated to book and media sales.

Wireless Printing

Use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere.
Please click here for wireless printing.

The Children's Library In Fairfield Cordelia Library.

Technology

  • 24 computers for public use
  • 2 black & white printers/copiers (10 cents/page)
  • 1 color printer/copier (50 cents/page)
  • 1 scanner
  • Wireless Network

Equipment

  • Photocopiers

Accessibility

Every public computer contains an Accessibility Wizard allowing customization for dexterity, hearing, and visual needs.  The Branch also has an adaptive keyboard and optical trackball available.  Please ask a staff member for more information or assistance.

Concept Art For The Fairfield Cordelia Library Building.

Branch Head

Shazia Wilson, Supervising Librarian

Branch History

The Fairfield Cordelia Library branch opened December 14, 2006. The state-of-the-art, 15,600 square-foot library occupies the first floor of a two-story multi-purpose building that also features City of Fairfield offices and future tenant space. Featuring public computers and a Stay and Play Center, this branch meets the informational and recreational needs of library users of all ages. It overlooks a beautiful pond, is adjacent to community shopping and schools, and is open seven days a week.

The musical instrument collection is a pilot project at the Fairfield Cordelia Library. This project was initiated by a Staff Innovation Grant. The Library will monitor the success of this project to make future decisions about the collections and its location(s).

What’s available?
Ukuleles
Violins
Acoustic guitar
Electric guitar
Electronic keyboards
Electronic drum pads

How do I take one home?
You need to have a current library account in good standing.

Are there any rules?
Return musical instruments to the customer service desk at any branch during business hours.
Check out and return instruments to the Fairfield Cordelia Library only.
Do not place instruments in the book drop.
Treat the instruments as nicely as possible.
You can only check out one instrument at a time.

Can I place a hold on an instrument?
Yes! Holds may be placed on the musical instruments for pickup at any location.

What happens if I lose it?
Lost or damaged instruments will need to be replaced so other customers can enjoy the collection. If you are concerned about the potential costs of an instrument, please speak with a staff member at the service desk or call 1-866-57-ASKUS.

Can you teach me how to play?
While library staff cannot teach you how to play your instrument, they can certainly help you find resources that can help you reach your goal.

Musical Instruments

¿Que hay en la colección?  

Ukeleles  

Violines  

Guitarras Acústicas  

Guitarras Eléctricas 

Teclados Electrónicos 

Almohadillas de Batería Electrónica Portátiles  

¿Como me llevo uno a casa? 

Necesitas tener una cuenta vigente de la biblioteca en regla.  

¿Hay alguna regla? 

No pongas los instrumentos en el buzón de devolución. 

Trata los instrumentos lo mejor que puedas. 

Solo puedes sacar prestado un instrumento a la vez.  

¿Puedo reservar un instrumento? 

¡Si! Puedes reservar en línea en solanolibrary.com o llamando al 1-866-57-ASKUS.  

¿Qué pasa si lo pierdo?  

Es necesario remplazar instrumentos dañados o perdidos para que otros usuarios de la biblioteca puedan disfrutar de la colección. Si estas preocupado sobre el costo potencial de un instrumento, por favor habla con un miembro del personal en el mostrador de servicio o llama al 1-866-57-ASKUS.   

¿Me pueden enseñar a tocar?  

Mientras que el personal de la biblioteca no te puede enseñar a tocar tu instrumento, ellos pueden ayudarte a encontrar recursos que te pueden ayudar a alcanzar tu meta sin duda alguna. 

Musical Instruments

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