Wray Public Library
The Wray Public Library is an active, involved organization, dedicated to providing our community members equal access to the information, and resources they need.
We are a small-sized library serving a rural community of over 4,000 patrons nestled next to beautiful bluffs and the Republican River on the Great Plains of Colorado. Our Library expansion in 2011 has provided us with more resources to aid in our mission as the Hub of the Community inspiring patrons to participate, connect and discover!
This special service provides a valuable benefit to the home-bound residents of Wray. The Library makes weekly door to door delivery of books and other library materials bringing reading, listening and viewing materials to the residents of Wray who are confined to their residence.
We deliver not only to individuals, but to retirement homes and Wray Schools' educators as well.
The internet is a free service at Wray Public Library. Each user is entitled to a one hour session which may be extended upon request as long as no one else is waiting.
Free Wi-Fi is also available. You can connect using your own laptop or electronic device, or if all other computers are full we have a selection of laptops available to use in the library.
The library hosts 8 public computers with Internet and one child computer with educational software only.
Borrow eBooks, audio books, and streaming video from your library using the OverDrive application on your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Ask the library about setting you up with a personal identification number (PIN), so you can access reading materials no matter where you are.
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection
A service of the Colorado State Library, the Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection (CHNC) currently includes more than 1,000,000 digitized pages, representing more than 220 individual newspaper titles published in Colorado.