Howard County Public Library

426 N. Main Street,
Suite #5, Nashville, Arkansas, 71852

Phone: 870-845-2566

Fax: 870-845-7533
Sunday - closed, Monday - 11am-7pm,
Tuesday to Saturday - 10am-5pm

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Established in 1973, the Howard County Public Library is located in Nashville and is a member of the Tri-County Regional Library System and is located in Nashville Arkansas. It has three branch libraries that are located in the towns of Dierks, Mineral Springs, and Tollette Arkansas. The Library offers its patrons and visitors a great place to find books and magazines to read, to use the Internet, make copies, and send faxes.

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The Libby app

A wonderful opportunity is now available to our patrons that we are very excited to announce! We're now a part of the Arkansas Digital Library Consortium! As a member of this consortium we can now offer e-resources through OverDrive's Libby app which can be downloaded for free and once installed and configured will allow for access to eBooks, audiobooks and digital magazines to our library patrons. The service is available on iPhone, Android, and desktop. Note: A library card is required for access.

Like Gardening?

Here's some books you can check out this week!

Rodale's Successful Organic Gardening: Herbs

The ABC of Indoor Plants

The Ortho Home Gardener's Problem Solver

Container Gardens: Fresh Ideas for Creating Beautiful Potted Gardens