is a small town in the Kenai Peninsula Borough of Alaska that is not connected to the general road system. We're the only public library in our local area so we serve both residents and visitors to the community without charge.
Our current hours are:
Sunday: 2-4 pm
Monday: 3-5 pm
Tuesday: 2-4:30 pm and 7-9 pm
Wednesday: 12-2 pm
Thursday: 2-5:30 pm and 6:30-8:30 pm
Saturday: 3-7 pm
We have a collection of over 10,000 books, movies and audiobooks; public use computers; city government and genealogical archives; an active kids reading program; and the best teen collection around. We also participate in the Interlibrary Loan system and can obtain materials from libraries all over the state upon request.
Books and magazines are loaned for three weeks and movies for one week; all items may be renewed by phone or email. We do not have a formal overdue charge, but patrons are asked to make a donation to the library operating fund in proportion to how late their items are.
We hold an annual used book sale as part of the Seldovia Fourth of July, but we also have a small bookstore in the library that is stocked throughout the year. The library occasionally hosts special events and classes, sponsored by
the library itself or in cooperation with other local organizations. If
your organization would like to use the library
for a special event, please contact the director