New Hours of Service
A C/W Mars Member Library
Monday: 10-12 & 5-8 pm
Wednesday: 3-8 pm
Thursday: 10-12 & 3-6 pm
Saturday: 10-12 pm
Enter a world of words and sentences, visuals and information. At Granville Public Library, you’ll find books, magazines, digital collections - and above all, a librarian eager to help you through your journey.
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The Granville Public Library is now a Climate Resilience hub. We are committed to providing resources and programs for those interested in learning how to become better prepared for a changing climate. Stop in for books on how to prepare for the changes in our climate, education on both how and why climate changes, or even on what climate is vs weather. For more information on Climate Resilience Hubs, click here.
On going Pandemic Guidelines
We are fully open to the public. We encourage patrons, including young children, to wear masks indoors if they desire.
We are always willing to provide curbside service for any patron who desires it. Just give us a call and we will do our best to serve you.
The Library is your "GO TO" place for COMMUNITY resources. Let us help you find what you need. Suggestions? Email us by Clicking Here.
College Scholarships: Check out this link for a great link supplied by a community member. Click Here.
Pathways for Parents: Guiding Parents, Educating for Children, Providing Resources to Families- Free Programs Click Here for monthly calendar.
Children's Book Center to find all the best ideas for using books with your children and which books to share.
Click here for lots of cool information.
Did you know we want to help you with getting free internet. We have remote Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots ( access to the int and Chromebooks for you to borrow. The first one we received, the Verizon Hotspot, is funded by the Library Club. An additional 6 are being funded by American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds administered through the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots can have a real impact, especially for underserved communities. Hotspots help to:
Close the homework gap by offering home Internet service for families with school-aged children
Allow you to participate in online courses such as HiSET (GED) classes
Provide you access to telehealth services
Support workforce development and job skills trainings
Stop in and ask us how to borrow one today.