The Fairlawn Library is a small neighborhood branch, which has been located on busy Eighth Street since 1964. The clientele consists of newly arrived Hispanic Immigrants and older residents who have lived in the area for many years. Although the library is small (4,000 square feet) with no auditorium, it manages to attract the neighborhood children to many special programs including Bedtime Stories and Saturday crafts. The 40,000 volumes it contains include books on tape, videos, cassettes and CDs, as well as a growing Spanish language collection. In addition, there are five computer terminals with access to various databases and the Internet.