Once upon a time the good citizens of Daphne wanted a public library so everyone would have access to many wonderful books. They started small, in a renovated laundromat in 1969, and grew into part of the old city hall in 1974. They built the new library in 1996 and the library addition in 2010. Throughout the years, the library provided information, education, humor, and personal service. Grown-ups enjoyed mysteries, spy novels, cook books, and love stories. Teens learned the ideals of America, the great authors, and current issues. Children read adventures with the Cat in the Hat and Winnie the Pooh. Waves of learning, enjoyment, and wonder expanded through Daphne like rings on the water of the bay. And if you listen carefully, you can still hear the giggles and sighs of contentment today!
1. The Enchanting Story of the Daphne Public Library
Welcome to the Daphne Public Library
The Daphne Public Library invites you to enjoy the treasures and services we have to offer: books, magazines, computers, music, films, and so much more. Enjoy story time, book clubs, and the teen board meetings. Bring your class on a field trip, use our meeting rooms, bring your laptop for homework or work. Don’t forget to sign up for some computer classes or other limited-space events. Remember, the library staff is always happy to assist you. Just ask!. Daphne Public Library Overview
Upcoming Events at the Library
This year’s Annual History Series is entitled Utopia and Dystopia and will be presented by Dr. James Morris at the Daphne Civic Center. Dates and … Read More