• All ages Library materials for checkout
• Children’s crafts & toys
• Weekly Storytimes every Saturday at 10:30am
• Free WiFi Access
New Location, More Services This Fall
• Increased days and hours of operation
• Dedicated areas for children and teens
• More public computers
• +2,500 more materials in the collection
• Outdoor space for programs and events
• Two on-site parking lots
Book Holds: During the closure and before the new Central City Library opens, books on hold that are usually picked up at Central City Library may be sent to any of our other 14 Library locations. You may request to have them sent to another branch by logging into your Library account online or by calling any Library location.
June is Pride Month - LGBTQIA Reading Lists, Documentaries, Resources & Activities.
Pride Month is currently celebrated each year in the month of June. The purpose of the commemorative month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally.
Libraries across the country host summer reading programs as a way to encourage reading as a lifelong habit, maintain reading skills that children and teens have achieved throughout the school year, and increase interest in libraries, and because it’s just plain fun. Join in the SUMMER FUN by following the...
Just because our doors are closed doesn't mean we aren't continuing to provide entertaining and educational programming.
We've partnered with Flyte, a New Orleans based nonprofit, to provide two free virtual personal finance series each week about managing money during COVID-19. Virtual Personal Finance Series.
In addition to our weekly...
Even though you can't go to Jazz Fest, you can still listen to many of the artists who were scheduled to perform. We've created a Jazz Fest 2020 playlist on Hoopla. You must be logged in to Hoopla to access the playlist.
In addition to this playlist, Hoopla offers over...