Use the Library
What can you do at the Greenfield Library?
Owners of tablets and smartphones take advantage of free ebook and e-Audio book borrowing through the Overdrive system. The popularity of this service has grown by leaps and bounds. Ask your librarian about this service!
Newspapers and Magazines
The library has the Des Moines Register, Omaha World-Herald, and many area newspapers.
Free WiFi and Internet Access
Patrons enjoy free wireless on their own devices and they can sign up to use the library's computers. Access to the Iowa Workforce Development system is available, and the librarians can help patrons navigate that system.
The library has a wealth of historical information about Greenfield and the surrounding area thanks to years of careful collecting and donations by residents. The library has will, probate, marriage and death records on microfilm. The microfilm collection includes the Adair County Democrat, Adair County Reporter and the Adair County Free Press. In addition, there are family history books assembled by dedicated genealogists, local histories and even a nearly complete collection of county cemetery records.
Check our Facebook page and Events page calendar to learn about special adult programs such as antique appraisal and more.
Summer Day Programming
We host summer day programming and story hours for area children. Our Children's Library has an extensive selection of reading materials for our youth. We are adding more and more STEM items. Come and play with them this summer during our STEM days. Events are posted on the events tab on our calendar. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook.
The Greenfield Public Library offers a wide variety of services, including the following:
More information about using the library will be coming soon concerning:
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