WOOLFOLK PUBLIC LIBRARY opened at its current location in 2001 and is named after Margaret E. Woolfolk, attorney, journalist, historian, and author. Since opening, the library has continued to grow and expand its offerings. We are excited about recent growth and new opportunities to further meet our patrons’ needs.
Currently, WOOLFOLK PUBLIC LIBRARY has approximately 42,000 items in circulation and 15,317 registered readers! Materials and services are varied and available for patrons of all ages. Materials include: fiction; non-fiction; large type fiction and non-fiction; biographies; cookbooks; audio books; magazines; eBooks; and much more.
Our BOOK DISPLAYS feature timely and seasonal offerings designed to inspire and highlight often overlooked books.
Our BEST SELLERS CLUB allows patrons to sign up to have new offerings from their favorite authors automatically reserved!
Our HOME BOUND DELIVERY PROGRAM is available which brings materials to patrons who are unable to visit the library. If you are permanently disabled or homebound, recovering from surgery, illness, injury or are on required bed rest, you can sign-up to be in the program long term or just temporarily.
Need access to the internet? We have twelve computers available for public use, as well as three computers for kids and an Early Literacy Learning Station provided to us by the Arkansas State Library!
Did you know that on a monthly basis an average of:
- 3,000 items circulate
- 1,325 patrons use our computers
- 3,500 people walk through the door
- 60 children come to Story Hour