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Smith Center

117 W. Court, Smith Center, KS 66967
(785) 282-3361,
FAX 282-6740

Smith Center

Library Services
Audio Tapes
County Census Reports
County Newspapers on Microfilm
FAX Machine
Foreign Language Tapes
Genealogical Resources
Hospice Library
Internet Access
Kansas Collection
Large Print Books
Smith County Pioneer
USA Today
Rotating Book Collection
Story Hour
Summer Reading Program
Tax Forms
Telephone Directories
Video Tapes

  The Smith Center Public Library is located in a new wing of the Srader Center. The reading area has glass walls that make Court Street and downtown Smith Center a part of the room. Separate rooms offer genealogical resources and the libraries extensive Kansas collection. A small courtyard between the library wing and the older parts of the Srader Center is used on pretty days for library events. Downtown workers often bring their lunches here.

10 AM to 5 PM
10 AM to 8 PM
10 AM to Noon &  1PM to 5 PM

Volunteer Denese Phillips hosts Story Hour for children 4 and 5 who have not started school; it's on Thursdays from 1 to 2 PM. The Summer Reading Program is also on Thursdays from 1 to 2:30 PM

The Book Return is on the east side of the building near the south windows.
Many of the poems by Smith Center poet, John Edward Everett, are now on-line. See his book, Quillings In Verse, published in 1912.


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