Dorothy Bramlage Public Library

230 W 7th St
Junction City, KS 66441

Library Hours

Mon - Thurs: 9:00 a.m. — 9:00 p.m.
Fri: 9:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.
Sat: 9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.
Sun: 1:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m.

Director: Susan Moyer
Assistant Director: Cheryl Jorgensen
Head of Circulation: Sarah Jones
Head of Young People's Department: Christa Beemer

Library Board of Trustees
Friends of the Library Board

Adult Programming | Book Groups | Youth Programming

Friends of the Library T-Shirts

T-shirts from the Friends of the Dorothy Bramlage Public Library are available for purchase. Sizes range from Small (Shown in the picture) to Extra Large and are priced at $20 each.

Proceeds go towards programs and services at the library.

My Library Memory

The Friends of the Library want to know: What's your favorite library memory?

Submit this form to the library via email or by printing it out and returning it to the circulation desk. Memories selected to be shared in the newsletter or other articles will only feature your first name.

Cap & Mitten Tree

It's that time of year again!

Get out those crochet hooks and knitting needles, or keep your eyes open when perusing the stores for winter wear.

The Cap & Mitten tree will be up and ready to accept new handmade or purchased hats, mittens, scarfs, gloves, etc. beginning December 1.

Help keep kids warm this year with your donation!

Friends of the Library

Friends of the Library Annual Fall Book Sale is over, but you can still get yourself some great deals! Click Here for more information.

Friends of the Library is a nonprofit, charitable group that supports the library through fundraising activities, volunteerism, and public awareness campaigns. Library Friends have the opportunity to have a greater voice in the programs, collections, and services the library provides.

Test Proctoring

The Reference Department provides this service to students in the Junction City/Ft. Riley area for both paper-based and online testing. Please read our Proctoring Guidelines before scheduling an appointment.

We require a 24 hour notification before a test can be scheduled.

If possible, please print and fill out our contact form and bring it with you

Contact Information
Official Proctor: Cheryl Jorgensen, Assistant Director
Email address:

Tutoring Program

One-on-one help in a variety of subjects can be arranged through the library. Whether it's for school, work, or for yourself, the library can help find a tutor to suit your needs.

The library needs volunteer tutors to keep this program going. For more information or if you think you have what it takes to be a tutor, contact the library or read more here.

Community Information Directory

The 2015 Community Information Directory: A Directory of Resources and Services in the Junction City Area is available for viewing here.

You will need Adobe Reader to view this directory.

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Hard copies of the 2015 Directory are available at the library.

Get your organization into the Directory. Fill out this form and return it to the library. (If the form does not function properly in-browser, you may have to download it to your computer)

Digitized Yearbooks

Junction City High School and St. Xavier Catholic High School yearbooks are being digitized for your convenience! Patrons will now be able to flip through the yearbooks even if they can't make it into the library. You can find them here.

Years digitized so far include:

JCHS 2000-2009
ST.X 1994, 1995, 1998-2004

Digitized Daily Union Newspapers

Back issues of the Daily Union are being brought into the digital age. Instead of scrolling through rolls upon rolls of microfilm, patrons need only enter keywords or know the dates they're looking for.

Find the digitized newspaper here.

Newspapers from 1940–2015 have been digitized so far, with the goal of turning our entire microfilmed newspaper collection into online, searchable pages.

Make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader installed for best results when using this external source. For extra help, see the Help Page.

AtoZdatabases: Search Jobs, Businesses, or Mailing Lists

Free to use by logging in with your library card – No card needed if used within the library! Don't have a card? See how to get one.

The Premier Job Search, Reference, and Mailing List Database. The database includes 2.3 million job listings, 30 million business & executive profiles, 1.1 million healthcare professionals, and much more. Ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends and relatives, and much more!

Cardholders have free access to, where you can watch video tutorials to learn business, technology, and creative skills at your own pace.

Simply use your full library card number and login password to sign in.

If you have not yet set up your password, please click here.

Digital Books, Magazines, Movies, etc.

Audiobooks & eBooks

Download eBooks, audiobooks, movies, and music for your computer or mobile devices. Kindle friendly!

Log in using your full Dorothy Bramlage Public Library card (14 OR 5 character) number. No PIN is necessary. If you have any questions please contact Sarah Jones at, 785-238-4311, or visit the circulation desk.

Need other help with Sunflower eLibrary?

Digital Movies, TV shows, Music, and Audiobooks

Patrons with an active Dorothy Bramlage Public Library card can now borrow free movies, TV shows, music albums, and audiobooks through Sign up online with your library card, then log in on your mobile device or PC to browse, borrow, and enjoy.

Patrons are allowed 10 check-outs per month on a rolling basis (TV shows are checked out by the episode: one episode = 1 check-out).

WARNING: Check-out is NOT restricted by age.

Digital Magazines

Zinio Magazine Database

View digital copies of your favorite magazines using Zinio! Browse the collection with no checkout periods and no limit to how many magazines you can download and read offline later.

To get started, please stop by the reference desk for a Zinio Account Card.

eSequels link

Keep track of your favorite series using the eSequels database

State Library Resources

Click here
to navigate to the State Library of Kansas site where you can access research databases for school work, art, auto repair, health and medical, etc.; genealogy databases for family history research; language learning; and online/e-books for kids and adults.

This website requires an Internet Service Provider address in the state of Kansas to use. If you cannot use the links, you will need to log in with your Kansas Library Card.

Academic Databases

Academic databases such as MasterFile Premier and Student Research Center can be found on the left-hand side. Health & Medical and Business & Technology databases can be found on the right-hand side.

For databases aimed at kids grades K-9, click here.

Language Learning

Mango is an online language-learning system that can help you learn languages like English (for non-native speakers), Spanish, French, Japanese, German, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Pirate, and more.

LearningExpress Library

Learning Express Library is an interactive learning center for students of all ages, from K-Adult. Practice tests and skill building are available once you register for an account.

"Centers" include Adult Learning, Job & Career, High School Equivalency (GED), College & College prep, and Recursos en español.

E-Books, Audiobooks, and Movies

A Kansas Library Card may be required to use these resources. To sign up for a card, visit the reference desk at the library. You must be a Kansas resident and have photo ID available on request.

About Our Library

The Dorothy Bramlage Public Library serves the residents of Junction City, Ft. Riley, Geary County and surrounding areas. You are invited to visit the library and browse our collection of books, magazines, newspapers, videos, books-on-disc, and reference materials as well as utilize our high-speed Internet, print/copy/fax/scan, microform, research, voter registration, and notary services. You may call the Reference Desk at (785)238-4311 or contact us via email ( with your questions.

Get a Library Card

To check out materials and use some of our online resources, you will need a library card. To obtain a borrower's card, bring photo identification and proof of your current local mailing address to the library and complete an application. Your new library card will be issued at the time of application.

Parents may apply for cards for their children age 4 and older.

Employment Opportunities

There are currently no open positions.

Applications are accepted daily and are considered active for 6 months. Applicants are welcome to renew their applications at the end of their active period.

The Dorothy Bramlage Pubic Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Recruitment, hiring, and placement of employees is made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, physical handicap, or national origin (except when age, sex or physical requirement is a bona fide occupational qualification.)

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