Your Dunklin County Library invites
you to come in and stay a while to browse the collection, find a comfortable
spot to sit and read, attend a library program, research your family history, or
use the other services offered from your local library.
The Dunklin County Library serves the
entire county with eight library locations.
Each library is connected sharing a common materials and information.
So, you may checkout a book in one location but may return it at another
location. Not only does the Dunklin
County Library have books to loan, free e-books are available through the Libby
Monthly programs like Ennis Book
Discussion, reading challenges, and Children’s Story Time are held, an annual
Summer Reading Program for children through adults, monthly genealogy meetings
and much more. The Dunklin County
Hall of Honor inducts individuals who have made significant contributions to
this county, and these displays are available for viewing Monday through Friday
in the Kennett Headquarters.
The electronic library collection
catalog may be viewed from phone, tablet, or computer with an internet
connections. All locations have free
Wi-Fi while inside the buildings, and other services such as copying, printing,
using a public computer, and faxing are available. Information on employment, a
children’s book electronic library, genealogy, learning aids, and more may be
accessed through the Dunklin County Library’s webpage, Great Library Links.
The Dunklin County Library is here to
serve the patrons of this county. If
you have not visited the libraries lately, you may not realize all that your
county system offers the great citizens of Dunklin County.
Please call any location for information or email: email@example.com