Norelius Community Library
The Norelius Community Library in Denison, which was founded in 1904 as a Carnegie Library, continues to meet the changing needs of a growing community. It offers a wide range of exciting programs, helpful services, internet access and a collection of more than 50,000 books, tapes, CDs, DVDs and periodicals.
In addition to an extensive and up-to-date permanent collection, the Norelius Community Library can obtain hundreds of thousands of other materials through interlibrary loan. Other popular library services and programs include:
- Book discussion groups for adults and teens
- Storytime and summer reading programs for children
- Color and black & white copies/fax/laminating
- Notary Public
- Reference services (provided by the friendliest staff you’ll ever meet)
Whether for research, recreational reading, or to just sit back with the day’s paper, you’ll find what you need and more at the Norelius Community Library.
If you would like to contact someone at the library, please call (712) 263-9355, or stop in at 1403 1st Avenue South.