Programs & Services

Curbside Pick-Up Available

Wilton Manors Library has walk-up/drive up service. The service provides an opportunity for you to access reserved materials in a safe manner with minimal contact.

You may reserve books, DVDs, and other library materials using the Library’s online catalog or by calling the Library at (954) 390-2195.

Walk-up/drive-up service is available in the parking lot at the rear (east side) of the Library off of NE 26th St. between the Library and the church. This service is available during normal Library hours.

Mobile Printing

With the MobilePrint Service™, you can use your computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing, call the library to verify that we received the job, and come to the library to print, pay for, and pick up your document.   

*Please do not submit jobs more than an hour ahead of when we scheduled to open as we may be working on the computers and cannot guarantee that your print jobs will stay in the print queue.

  • 9:30 a.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • 12 p.m. on Thursdays through Fridays

The library only accepts cash. Print jobs are $0.25/page. You are responsible for paying for all pages printed as part of your print job.

Click here to download information on how to use mobile printing.

Friends of the Library

Want to help the Library? Join the Friends! The Friends of the Library is a volunteer group that exists to enrich the cultural and educational opportunities within our community. The Friends provide funding for eBooks and digital magazines, as well as the Library’s extensive Blu-Ray/ DVD and audiobook collections.  They also sponsor Adult and Children’s Library programs throughout the year. Basic membership is just $20.00/ year.  Membership applications are available at the Library and on the Friends’ website –

Island City Book Club

Upcoming titles include:   

  • The Last Bookshop in London / Madeline Martin (September 13th)
  • Clara and Mr. Tiffany / Susan Vreeland (October 18th)

 Past book club selections include:  

  • Terminal City / Linda Fairstein
  • Jacqueline in Paris / Ann Mah
  • The Outskirts of Hope / Jo Ivester
  • The Story of Charlotte's Web / Michael Sims

Options for obtaining copies of book club selections include:

  • Add your name to the Public Library of Wilton Manors holds list. Access our electronic catalog to place a hold online. Please note that copies are limited, so we cannot meet every request in time for book club.
  • Check the catalog of the Oakland Park Library.
  • Check the catalog of the Broward County Library system. Members can login and place a request for book delivery to any branch.

*Copies of the month's Book Club discussion questions are usually available at the front desk!  Feel free to ask about them.

Please visit us or contact the Wilton Manors Library at (954) 390-2195 if you have questions about the Island City Book Club. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Mango Languages

We offer the Mango Languages online language-learning system. If you have a Wilton Manors Public Library card, you are set to learn over 70 languages in a fun and engaging format!

Mango Languages requires that you access their site directly from the library Web site:

Click here to access Mango Languages.

Mango is free for all library users and offers a fast and convenient solution for your language learning needs. Each lesson combines real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. The courses are presented with an appreciation for cultural nuance and real-world application that integrates components of vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture. 

You will learn actual conversation, breaking down complex conversational elements within an audio-visual framework that allows you to draw important connections between pieces of information you've already learned. Courses are currently available in over 70 foreign languages and 21 English as a Second Language (ESL) courses.

This project has been funded under the provisions of the State Aid to Libraries Grant program, which is administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

News and Research Databases

Florida Electronic Library

The Florida Electronic Library (FEL) is a gateway to select Internet resources that offers access to comprehensive, accurate, and reliable information. Available resources include electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias, and books, providing information on topics such as current events, education, business, technology, and health issues. The FEL offers information for all age groups, including homework help for students and resources for teachers.

America's News through NewsBank

Find information on topics related to business, education, health, politics and more from a variety of news media including newspapers, newswires, blogs, videos and web-only content.

Find a Topic

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Find information on topics related to all areas including business and economics, education, the environment, health, international issues, jobs and careers, leisure issues (book reviews), politics, social issues, sports, STEM and technology.

Sun-Sentinel (Search 1986-Current)

Find information on topics related to community issues and events, business, education, government, and more.

Miami Herald Collection (Search 1982-Current)

Search more than 35 years of Florida history with the Miami Herald Collection. Coverage from 1982 through today, including full-text, web-only content and full color image edition.


Visit for free, easy-to-follow tutorials for users of all skill levels. Courses include popular news websites, social media, Internet basics, and more.

Ancestry Library Edition

The world’s largest online family history resource can give you instant access to hundreds of years of history in billions of historical documents and millions of historical photos from all over the world. Ancestry Library Edition also provides access to local narratives, oral histories, indexes, and other resources in over 30,000 databases that span from the 1500s to the 2000s. Please note, this service is only available in person at the library.

Children's Services

Check out MacMillan Publishers' MacKids School and Library to discover some helpful resources for at-home learning and creativity.


It's a great time to explore and learn about fascinating places around the globe from the comfort of home. From space to culture to travel and outdoors, check out the amazing and engaging resources below gathered by LibraryIQ. Click on the online exploration guide for cool online resources for at home exploration. Or click the downloadable page  for online entertainment resources.

The Right Service at the Right Time

If you have a need RIGHT now, the Library can help you find the RIGHT SERVICE. The Right Service at the Right Time is for residents looking for assistance. Visit to discover resources available for you.

  • Daily Needs
  • Family
  • Health Care
  • Immigration
  • Transportation
  • Jobs
  • Housing

ABC Mouse

The award-winning curriculum is designed to help young children (ages 2–7+) build a strong foundation for academic success. is 100% educational, with more than 4,000 learning activities across all major subject areas -- reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music. Best of all, kids love it. And it’s free to use in the Library! From Age of Learning, Inc. 


Discovering books that match your interests is easy with SelectReads. SelectReads gives you reading lists and recommendations based on what you like.

Online Book Club

So many books, so little time. For those too busy to keep up with the latest books, the Library has a helpful service: an Online Book Club that delivers books electronically. Each day, Monday through Friday, the Library will email you a portion of a book that takes about five minutes to read. You can read two or three chapters from a book during the week. If you like the book, you can check it out of the Library. Each week we will feature new books.

FYI:  This project has been funded under the provisions of the State Aid to Libraries Grant program, which is administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

Free Drivers Ed Program

In partnership with, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, the Library offers free Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) practice tests to library patrons. The new service includes free tests specifically based on Florida's DMV materials. It is the only site of its kind to include accessibility tools that let users hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask portions of the screen for greater visibility on the practice tests.

Click here to get started. 

eBooks and eAudio

Depending on which platform you are using, there is some variation to the name the library is listed under. 

  • cloudLibrary: Richard C. Sullivan Public Library
  • Libby: Wilton Manors Public Library, Richard C. Sullivan Public Library, and Southeast Florida Library Association (SEFLIN)
  • The Palace Project: Wilton Manors Library


cloudLibrary, by Bibliotheca, offers an app that synchs effortlessly across devices with a personalized, hassle-free digital lending library experience.  Click the text link here to get started!  The page has a link to download the app, how-to videos, and a FAQ.  *Please note that cloudLibrary is incompatible with the Kindle Reading App, but Bibliotheca offers an app for the Kindle Fire. 

  • cloudLibrary Support- using the text link to the left of the landing page, scroll past the "Common Issues" section for the how-to videos, and the User Guide.
  • cloudLibrary's FAQ - is divided by device type and answers commonly asked questions about how the app functions.


Libby, by OverDrive:  Borrow ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines to read on your phone or tablet using the Libby app by OverDrive. You can even send your borrowed ebooks to your Kindle ereader and read them on that device (U.S. only)!  It’s free and easy to get started for new users and a streamlined experience for current OverDrive app users. 

Use Kindle? Libby supports both the Kindle e-reader app as well as the Kindle Fire Tablet. 

Just looking for access to borrow books from Libby? It's still the same SEFLIN site here. 

Digital Magazines

Libby now handles eMagazines; however, patrons are able to borrow magazines and read them in a web-browser by logging in and checking the magazine out through SEFLIN's site:

The Palace Project

The Palace Project, by Lyrasis, is a transformational new library-centered platform and content marketplace designed to make public libraries the digital center of knowledge and creativity in their communities. Libraries are palaces for the people. Introducing the Palace app, your newest e-reading experience. Access the library’s ebooks in one simple app. Enjoy thousands of free books from the Palace Bookshelf as well as exclusive titles only available to you in Palace. Download the Palace app for Android or Apple iOS today!

This app is currently in a pilot project. It’s an alternative eBook app that allows you to read from our Libby and CloudLibrary collections (except magazines) in a one-stop source.  In the future, it may have a collection of its own.  Stay tuned!