Currently, a phone survey is being conducted by a national public opinion firm, on behalf of Wright Memorial Public Library – and we encourage residents to participate if they receive a call. Your time and participation are greatly appreciated, because your honest thoughts and opinions are important to us as we shape plans for the future of Wright Memorial Public Library.
We are looking for a creative, self-motivated team player to help increase public awareness and positive perceptions of the Library’s resources, services, and programs.
View the job description and application . Applications due May 18, 2016.
The Wright Memorial Public Library website and catalog will be down for maintenance beginning at 10 p.m. Tuesday, March 22. The work is expected to take an hour. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Our Early Literacy Calendar is full of activities and suggestions to help youngsters develop lifelong literacy skills.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but our digital collections are so delightful! Check out some special holiday picks for free when it's a little too chilly to venture outside.
Wright Memorial Public Library earns a four-star rating in the 2019 Library Journal Star Library Report for the second consecutive year.
Adults, join our Winter Reading Challenge between January 6th and February 29th.
Wright Library will host community information sessions in January, February, and March to discuss our upcoming operations levy.
Facilitators from Hall Hunger Initiative will guide participants through a fact-based exercise with specific examples of policies and their consequences.