Welcome to Lois Nelson Public Library
|Holiday Closure: Library will be closed on Tuesday, December 24 & Wednesday, December 25 for the Christmas Holiday and Wednesday, January 1, 2014 for New Year's Day.|
Texas-New Mexico Power Company: Lois Nelson Public Library would like to thank TNMP for their continued support. Thanks to their generous donation the library will be making improvements in the Children's Center.
Book Sales at Princeton's Downtown Fall Festival: Thank you very much to the children and parents/grandparents for the book donations. The Library will receive $160.00 of free children books. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
||323 McKinney Ave., Princeton, TX 75407|
Mon-Tues-Wed-Fri 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Closed on Saturday & Sunday
||Internet | Fax/Print/Copy | Books & Movies |
Wi-Fi is available in the library!
New Library Fees
Copy/Printing $.20 per page
Fax $1.00 per page
Replacement of Library Card $1.00
Overdue Fines $.15 per day
Lost Material (Books) $15.00
Lost Material (DVD's) $25.00
Damaged Material $3.00
Cash only. NO CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED.
Ordinance No. 2013-09-18-01: Passed and Approved by the City Council of the City of Princeton, Texas on September 16, 2013
Email your question: Our staff will respond within 24 hours on weekdays. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Come in: Sometimes nothing can take place of a face to face conversation. Drop in anytime we're open. We look forward to meeting you.
Book Donations: At this time, the library cannot accept book donations due to space limitation. They should not be deposited in book-drop or left outside the building. Thank you very much!
UNATTENDED CHILDREN IN THE LIBRARY
Effective Immediately! Children under thirteen (13) may not be left unattended. Parents or guardians are responsible for the behavior of their children in the library. A sibling and/or a babysitter (age 16 or older) may accompany a young child; however, if the sibling or babysitter cannot control the younger child, the younger child shall be considered unattended.
The Lois Nelson Public Library strives to create an environment that is a warm, inviting and fun place for children to develop an appreciation of the varied services and materials that the library offers. When children are left unattended they often become disruptive.
All proceeds from the book sales fund things such as the Children's Summer Reading Program, audio books, books, DVDs, supplies, and equipment not covered by city and county library budgets.
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Princeton Lois Nelson Public Library provides a place where the people can meet and interact with others in the community and participate in public discourse. The Library provides current topics and titles that help supply the information of popular cultural and social trends. The Library offers formal learning support for students enrolled in the public, private, or home schools. It also provides lifelong learning services for personal growth, entertainment, and development opportunities for all ages.