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Library Hours
Mon: 9 to 6
Tue: 9 to 7
Wed: 9 to 6
Thur: 9 to 7
Fri: 10 to 6
Sat: 12 to 4

Just Announced!

Upcoming Events

6/15/17

Outside the Book

5:00 PM in the Conference Room

This program is focused on preparing submissions for the Red Clay Hills Bicentennial Celebration Visual Art Contest. 

Contact the library staff for additional details!


6/17/17

Bicentennial Film at DeWeese Park - My Dog Skip

Sunset at DeWeese Park

June 17th at Sunset, we'll be showing "My Dog Skip" at DeWeese Park after sunset. Bring some chairs and blankets and enjoy a Mississippi family film.


CONTACT Library Staff For Details 601-656-4911


6/27/17

Library Gourmet: Return of the Ice Cream

5:30PM @ the Library

It's summertime and we need to investigate new ice cream flavors andclassic ice cream recipes. Come join us for a fun library gourmet where we explore some of the best ideas we've found throughout the year! 

Contact the library staff for additional details!


7/8/17

Red Clay Hills Bicentennial Concert at Neshoba Lake

7pm at Neshoba Lake

Red Clay Hills Bicentennial Historical Music Concert featuring country musician Scott McQuaig and the Tomcats! Admission is free! Bring some chairs and/or a blanket and have some fun with the whole family at beautiful Neshoba Lake!

CONTACT Library Staff For Details 601-656-4911


8/19/17

Bicentennial Film at DeWeese Park - M for Mississippi

Sunset at DeWeese Park

August 19th at Sunset, we'll be showing "M for Mississippi" at DeWeese Park after sunset. Bring some chairs and blankets and enjoy a Mississippi Blues documentary. We may even see some live music. More details coming soon.

CONTACT Library Staff For Details 601-656-4911


10/7/17

Bicentennial Picnic

11AM - 2PM - At Northside Park!

Red Clay Hills Bicentennial Picnic in Philadelphia, MS featuring 200 years of historic artifacts, fashion, and music from the Fair City Chorale, country music from the Neshoba Musicians Guild and Jeff Stewart with Southbound, and Mississippi Humanities Speaker, Joan McLemore (presenting “They Lived in Mississippi”). Food by the Junction! Moret details coming soon...

CONTACT Library Staff For Details 601-656-4911


Recurring Events


Youth

Wind Down Wednesdays

Every Wednesday during the school year at 3:30PM

Contact Youth Librarian Leaha Winstead for additional details


Youth

Preschool Story Time

Every Wednesday at 10AM

In the new Youth Reading Area

Join us for a special story and activity every Wednesday

For any questions please contact any Library Staff member