The mission of the Mason County Public Library is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our community.
Monday: 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Does it cost anything to use the library?
There is no cost associated with the use of library materials, internet access, use of computers for word processing or other office functions, children's programming or other informational programs sponsored by the library. Materials which are returned after their due dates incur fines at the rate of .05 cents a day for each overdue item for print material, $2 per day for video materials. Out of county residents pay $5 a year for their library cards. It costs ten cents a page to print or copy black and white documents.
Please contact Michelle at the Library for schedule changes, or to request a bookmobile stop at your home.
The Greifenkamp Community Room is available for non-profit and civic use.
DVD player and television
Who can use the meeting room?
The meeting room is available for use by non-profit organizations at no cost. Profit making groups may rent the room for $25.00 for training or informational purposes. Social events such as parties, reunions, or other similar functions are not appropriate uses of the meeting room. All groups interested in using the room must reserve it in advance and fill out an organizational information form. You can check the rooms availability by calling the library at (606) 564-3286 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fees are as follows:
$1.00 / page for faxed documents
$0.50 / page for received documents
$0.50 / page for documents faxed to toll free numbers
Our fax number is (606) 564-5408.
Get a Library Card
Mason County residents or students of educational institutions in Mason County can get their free library card by bringing something to the Library to verify their address: for example, a driver's license, state identification card, or other similar document with photo ID. A photo will be added to patron records to protect their account.
Nonresidents must supply an address confirmation document and pay an annual fee of $5.00 which covers immediate members of household. Children must be 5 years of age to receive a library card and parents are responsible for all items checked out
There are 22 internet accessible computers, scanner, and printers available for public use. Time limits may be imposed during high demand periods of the day, and children under the age of 16 must have a parent's written permission to use the computers without parental supervision. Microsoft Office software is provided on all terminals and several terminals offer Publishing software. One workstation is modified to serve the needs of patrons who require special visual accommodations.
Children's Story Time
Join Alexa for stories and activities with pre-school age children
Preschool Storytime Every Thursday @10:30 am