Does the library circulate magazines?
Yes, Lee-Whedon houses more than 100 magazines for circulation.
The Magazine and newspaper sections are located in the far southwest corner of the building.
What adult magazines are available for check-out?
The following magazines are available:
|American Patchwork & Quilting|
|American Survival Guide|
|Better Homes & Gardens|
|Birds & Blooms|
|Car & Driver|
|Civil War Monitor|
|Cuisine at Home|
|Do It Yourself|
|Dr. Oz: The Good Life|
|Everyday with Rachael Ray|
|Field & Stream|
|Mother Earth News|
|National Geographic Society|
|National Geographic Traveler|
|New York Archives|
|New York Game & Fish|
|Old House Journal|
|Oprah, the Magazine|
|Reader’s Digest Large Print|
|Simply Gluten Free|
|Taste of Home|
|Taste of Home Simple & Delicious|
|This Old House|
|Western New York Family|
|Western New York Heritage|
|World of Interiors|
Do you have children’s magazines also?
What about Young Adult magazines?
Yes, the library has teen magazines:
What is the borrowing time-frame for magazines?
Magazines have a two-week lending period and do not accrue late fees.
Can magazines be downloaded to my device for free?
Does the library have newspapers?
Yes, the library subscribes to many different newspapers. They are:
The Batavia Daily News
The Buffalo News
The Democrat & Chronicle
The Lockport Union Sun & Journal
The USA Today
NYT Weekend Edition
Are newspapers available to check-out?
No, our newspapers are for in-house use only.
Does the library keep back issues of newspapers?
Yes, we keep back issues for up to one month for each paper. We also have microfilm of the Medina Register that dates back to the 1800’s. You can browse old Medina papers online, using the New York State Historic Newspapers site.