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Starkville Public Library serves as headquarters library for the Starkville-Oktibbeha County Public Library System and is located in the community of Starkville, Mississippi, home of Mississippi State University. The library is an integral part of the community, offering not only books and reading materials, but art exhibits, community collection displays, programs and cultural events for all ages. The Library has a great selection of fiction and bestsellers. We have a waiting list for many of these books, so ask at the circulation desk to have a hold placed on them. If we do not have the book you are looking for here, we will gladly borrow it from another library. We are a member of the Mississippi Library Partnership.

We have a library app!!

     

The latest newsletter from the Friends of the Library is available to read: FOLOGRAM

The Friends of the Library now participate in the Kroger Community Rewards Program, for further information, visit the Friends Kroger Information Page

Modern Woodmen Boosts Library Book Sales

Special Faulkner program and discussion: Faulkner’s Portrayal of Young People by Dr. Nancy Hargrove on Tuesday, March 26 at 4pm


Starkville Public Library
– Headquarter hours: Monday-Thursday, 9-6 and Friday-Saturday, 9-4

Maben Public Library – Branch hours: Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday, 8:30-11:30, 12-4:30
Sturgis Public Library – Branch hours: Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Friday, 9-5

Virginia Holtcamp, Library Director

326 University Dr (map)
Starkville, Mississippi 39759
Phone: 662-323-2766
Fax: 662-323-9140
Email: starkvillelibrary@gmail.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/STKPUBLIB/


Movie at the Library:

On April 18 at 4 pm, come enjoy Hop!

Friends Books and Authors

April 11, 2019 at noon: John Michael Shelton, new book of Poetry

Cup and Chaucer Cafe:

Dr. Nancy Hargrove will lead discussions on Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls April 4 and 11 at 4 pm. On April 18 at 4 pm, discussions will continue with three poems by John Donne and on April 25 at 4 pm, with three poems by Emily Dickinson.