Established in 1900 when a board of library commissioners was appointed to oversee 300 books, the Glenwood City Public Library continues its role today as an essential and dynamic community organization. Providing old-fashioned service with a personal touch, the library offers state-of-the-art technologies to meet information needs along with a friendly, cozy gathering space for learning and recreation.
How many can you read? The person who can read the most Banned Books will receive a basket of goodies. Pick up a list of Banned Books at the library.
Come in and join us by reading a Banned Book out loud! Yes, you will be recorded and shared on Facebook and TikTok... you could become famous!
October 12, 2021 at 6:30pm at the library. Have you ever wondered what the inside of a REAL haunted house looks like? This INTERACTIVE and extremely unique presentation does just that! Introducing the "Visiting the Beyond" haunted paranormal lecture series brought to...
Drop off your painted pumpkin by October 15th. Public judging starts October 16th.
Glenwood City Public Library Halloween Party is set for October 28 from 1-4pm. Wear your costumes! We will start the Hocus Pocus movie at 1pm with the costume contest to follow. Enjoy food, drink, snacks, games, crafts, prizes, and a costume contest!