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The Library is now in Phase 4 of our Reopening Plan. Library buildings are open for 30-minute visits to browse the collections, use computers by appointment, and speak with library staff. Curbside service will remain available until 6 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 5 p.m. on Sunday. Read more…

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Conversion Station

The Digital Conversion Station is not currently available. This service will be available when the library moves to Phase 5 of our Reopening Plan.


Preserve Your Memories – Digital Conversion Station

Have slides, photos, VHS, or audio cassette tapes you want to preserve for the future? Check out the Farmington Community Library’, Do-It-Yourself Media Conversion Station, purchased with funds provided by The Farmington Friends of the Library! The station includes specialized photo slide scanners; a VHS to DVD converter; and a cassette to CD/MP3 converter. Bring removable media (Music CD-Rs, DVD-Rs or USB drives) to save your memories.

The Station is first-come first-served, so we encourage you to call ahead to make sure the machine is open. A user can use the machine all day or up to two hours if someone else is waiting.

Equipment Includes:

  • A Windows PC with Adobe Photoshop and Primiere Elements editing software
  • A Toshiba DV620, VHS to DVD converter
  • A Powerslide 5000 Slide Scanner
  • A TEAC AD-RW900, Cassette to CD or Digital MP3 recorder
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