Iola Public Library
218 E. Madison Ave. Iola, KS 66749 620-365-3262 iolaref@sekls.org

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Contact information:
Iola Public Library
218 East Madison Ave.
Iola, KS 66749

620-365-3262
iolaref@sekls.org

Hours

Monday-Thursday,
9:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.

Friday-Saturday,
9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Summers: Closing time is 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Pay or Donate by Credit Card

Click here to use your credit card to pay fines, program or other fees, Friends of the Library dues, or make donations.

E-books and Downloadable Audio

Iola Public Library participates in Digital Book eLending. You can check out e-books and downloadable audio books at Digital Book eLending. You will need a Kansas Library Card (you can get this at the library).

Posts by LC

Annual Chocolate sale at Iola Public Library

TIME FOR A GIVEAWAY

Christmas with the Iola Library

BE SURE TO STOP IN AT OUR ANNUAL BOOK SALE

Library to be close for Columbus Day

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Banned Books Week September 25-29

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Please give us a call if you happen to have some puzzles you would like to donate. Our patrons love to sit down and work on the puzzles.

Summer in Allen County

The 2017 Summer Reading Theme is…

BUILD A BETTER WORLD.

What better way than to share the work of letting people know what programs are coming and where they are.

At the Iola Public Library, we have our summer reading programs for adults, teens and kiddos. Make sure you take a minute to get signed up. At this point, we are 3 weeks in but there is still plenty of time to participate. The reading program ends the last week of July.
You are already reading right? So why not get a chance to win a prize for doing so.

Find out more details by visiting the circulation desk at the library.

Here is another great place to find fun things to get into this summer.

 Summer programs in Allen County.

Food, fun, cooking, reading, swimming and more!

Don’t be a “I wish I woulda done that” person. Check out what your community has to offer for the summer!

Stay cool. Hydrate and enjoy the summer.

 

Summer hours begin on May 30.

Program on May 11th – Chronicles of Allen County

The Iola Register’s forthcoming book Chronicles of Allen County, Vol. III spans the years 1945 to 2000 – the baby boomer generation. Editor and publisher Susan Lynn describes sifting through years of material and shares some of the most amazing finds, surprises, and funny stories.

Some new books at the library:

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