Howell Carnegie Library

Howell Carnegie Library



About Us

The mission of the Howell Carnegie Library is to create opportunities that transform lives through knowledge for every age at any stage, one exceptional experience at a time.

The library unites the old and new in its structure, as well as its contents. The original Carnegie building was completed in 1906 with money from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie and some local funds. The renovation and addition project were completed in 1991 and made possible through a bond issue. The new facility quadrupled the space available to meet the needs of our growing community.

Core Services: Reading, Viewing & Listening for Pleasure & Personal Knowledge; Early Childhood & Pre-Teen Literacy Experiences; Public Internet Access; Reference Assistance & Instruction; Business, Entrepreneurial and Workforce Development Support; Genealogy & Local History Assistance; Community Connections to Discover, Create & Innovate.



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