Jan. 18th Movie Madness: A.X.L. Click here for INFO
The Isabelle Hunt Memorial Public Library is committed to enhancing knowledge for all members of our community. We especially recognize our responsibility to serve as a welcoming place for all to discover the joy of reading and the value of libraries.
1 lb boxes of See’s candy available! Selection: Assorted Chocolates, Milk Chocolates, Dark chocolates & Nuts & Chews $20.50 per box. Also peanut brittle and lollipops available. Holiday candy will be arriving mid November.
Time and skill, money, or materials, we truly appreciate your donations! You can volunteer in the library, join the Pine Library Friends and help with book sales, et cetera, or donate money for materials or capital improvements. Your contribution enriches the Pine-Strawberry Community.
We are a 501(c)(3) and your contribution is tax deductible.
How do I apply for a Library Card?
How do I access the catalog?
How do I sign up to check out eBooks?
Volunteering and/or Joining Pine Library Friends
You do not need to be a Library Friend to Volunteer, but you can be.
Our small but mighty library would love to have you volunteer your time. Even a few hours a week make a difference. Only here in the summer? We value your time and skills too! Check with Library Manager Becky Waer or Library Assistant Ann Pendelton for current needs and hours.
Individual and family yearly memberships as well as lifetime memberships are available. You can find out more information about the Pine Library Friends and download the application by visiting their PAGE.
Can I use your computers? Can I use my own computer?
You can do either. Just sign in at the front desk.
- Happy Music Education
- Story Time
- Movie Madness
- Wii Games
- Attn: Home Schooling Parents – we are here to help!
- Dolly Parton’s FREE Imagination Library
- Coupon Exchange (located near the fireplace, usually)
- Book Tree (located near the entrance)
Pine Library Friends began in 1974 and consists of a group of Pine and Strawberry supporters of the Isabelle Hunt Memorial Library. You can read “Friends Footnotes” newsletter HERE.