Summer Reading is finally here! Head on over to the Key West Public Library for a summer filled with reading, games, prizes, and fun for the entire family. Our summer reading programs take place every Saturday at 1:00.
July 2nd we are starting the summer off with a BOOK FAIR and live performance by local musician LACEY! Not only will we have book giveaways, there will be FUN carnival games, and a visit from our furry little pals from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Animal Farm.
Event starts at 1:00 at the Key West Public Library 700 Fleming Street
Pirates and spongers, authors, and artists; their legacies linger, and their stories can be found in the Key West Library. The headquarters branch for the Keys, this library has an extensive and fascinating Florida History collection, and a large reference section. The library provides several weekly children's programs, and hosts provocative lecture series. Relax in our unique palm garden with tropical foliage from around the world.
Florida History & Genealogy services may be limited due to staffing. Please call ahead for hours of operation.
The Key West Library appreciates the contributions and leadership of the Friends of the Key West Library.