Great that you have a library near by, I too am a fan. For those that don't, I hope they know it's merely a few computer clicks to download books and even magazines or interest like Kiplinger's or Money . When they are due to be returned, they automatically, electronically, return. No late fees or rush trips to the library.
Definitely, Snafu! I borrow a lot of books electronically for that reason, but my local library system has a limited number of digital titles, so I do still supplement with regular books. Must admit I have a problem remembering due dates, and I've spent about $18 in late fees this year, but I honestly don't mind knowing that the money goes to support library services.
That's pretty cool and great that you acknowledge what a service libraries can be to those who use them. I have worked in libraries over 20 years now. You should know that even if your library does not have a book you want, they can get it for you. Just ask about interlibrary loan.
Library users might find it helpful to note due date on their phone's calendar using a two day, advance repeat. Does your library use the Occam’s Reader: Interlibrary E-book Loans process? If not, you can suggest they explore this service. ebooks are so portable and client friendly.