Mid-City Library

Mid-City Library
4140 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70119 (504) 596-2654 Directions Events News

Description

Library Manager - Adrienne Strock

The Mid-City Library offers a wide offering of books, music, and movies.

In 2016, the Mid-City Library relocated to the The Automotive Life Insurance Company Building. Built in 1963, this mid-century modern gem was designed by Curtis & Davis Architects who are also known for designing the Superdome and the Main Library on Loyola Ave. In 2010, the building was recognized as a historic landmark by the New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission.

Upcoming Events

Thursdays 11am

Join us for story time fun with a new story every week. Every Thursday. (More)

6pm - 7:30pm

Technology and Higher Education in Louisiana 

Mid-City Library

How do online courses work? How do students learn, and how are courses able to keep costs low? Can they work in Louisiana? Dr. Rob Stufflebeam, professor of Philosophy and Online Education, will answer these questions in his lecture. This lecture is a part of the Logsdon and Mizell-Nelson Library... (More)