Open Hours

Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 8 pm 
Friday 10 am - 6 pm

Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm 
Sunday: CLOSED

 

Please call 515-382-2628 for curbside pickup, to schedule a computer or study room appointment, or for further information.


The library is currently in PHASE 3.

Click here to read the latest updates to library services.


Click here to visit the library's catalog, request holds, and view your account.

Click here for instructions on how to use the library's catalog.




Reading Colors Your World | Summer Reading Program 2021 June 14 - July 24

Stop by the library to pick up a reading log this summer. Children will receive a free book when they sign up. Adults and children can complete the log and bring it back for a prize! We also have a variety of special events going on. Can you collect all of the participation stickers?

 

 

Outdoor Storytime

Every Friday, 10:00 am at Patton Park Harrington Park


Join us in person for a fun but physically distanced storytime for pre-k to second graders and their grownups. We recommend bringing your own blanket to lay on the grass. In the event of rainy or inclement weather, this program will be cancelled.

Update: Due to the ongoing construction in front of the library, our little park is out of commission for the time being, but we will still be having storytimes at our new location: Harrington Park (pavilion by the playground)!

 

Storytime on Zoom Wednesdays at 2:00pm

Storytime on Zoom

​Wednesdays at 2:00 pm

Join Mr. T on Zoom for storytime! Sing, dance, and read along with us every Wednesday. This event is designed for pre-K to second graders and their grownups.

To get links to the Zoom room and updates on storytimes, register for our super-special storytime mailing list by filling out this Google form.

https://forms.gle/1oHb4EAtpSuXeLLH6

 

Teen Advisory Group

On Zoom every first Thursday of the month!

Are you a teenager interested in helping the library fill our shelves with good stuff and our calendar with great programs? Want a cool title to put on your resume or college applications? We have just the thing!

 


$1 Grab Bags

 

Grab bags of withdrawn library materials will be available for a $1 donation. Patrons can request any combination of formats, including fiction, large print, children's books, audiobooks, and music CDs.



 
Don't have a library card? You can pre-register! Just click here to get a limited-use library card.


hoopla is a free digital media service that provides instant downloads of eBooks, eAudiobooks, movies, TV shows, comics/graphic novels, and music. Patrons get 5 downloads a month.

Are you a first time hoopla user? Check out our handy step-by-step guides here that will walk you through accessing digital materials from whichever device you're using.

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BRIDGES is a free downloadable eBook and audiobook service available to Nevada and rural Story County residents with a Nevada Public Library account. Click here to start
Titles will automatically expire at the end of the 14-day lending period.  And with digital downloads…no late fees! You may check out a total of 3 eBooks and eAudiobooks at one time. For the BRIDGES help page click here.

Are you a first time Bridges user? Check out our handy step-by-step guides here that will walk you through accessing eBooks and eAudiobooks from whichever device you're using.


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