Cornelius Public Library

Karen Hill, Director
1355 N Barlow Street
Cornelius, OR 97113-9019
Phone: 
(503) 357-4093
Hours: 
Mon-Fri 10-7, Sat 10-5, Sun 12-5

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The Cornelius Public Library was established in 1913 by women of the Cornelius Civic Improvement Club. Initially located in a house on First Street, the library moved first to the Charlie Hancock Building, then to the Cornelius City Hall, and later to 400 square feet of space in a converted garage near the fire station. Today the library is housed in a 3,025 square foot facility within the City Hall Complex.

1/30/2015

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Cornelius Public Library: Calling all princesses and princes, it's a royal party at the library and you are invited! Come in your royal costume and delight in royal stories!Join us for delightful stories, rhymes, and songs with our professional story teller, Nancy Upton. All ages are welcome. Enjoy guest storytellers on the first Friday of each month. Watch for them on Facebook!Stay and play with toys and friends in our children's area.Help your children be ready to learn! Talk + Sing + Read + Play = Early Literacy! It's that SimpleSponsored by the Friends of the Cornelius Public Library and the Oregon Ready to Read grant.

2/6/2015

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Cornelius Public Library: Join us for delightful stories, rhymes, and songs with our professional story teller, Nancy Upton. All ages are welcome. Enjoy guest storytellers on the first Friday of each month. Watch for them on Facebook!Stay and play with toys and friends in our children's area.Help your children be ready to learn! Talk + Sing + Read + Play = Early Literacy! It's that SimpleSponsored by the Friends of the Cornelius Public Library and the Oregon Ready to Read grant.