Georgetown Neighborhood Library
The Georgetown Neighborhood Library reopened in Oct. 18, 2010 after a fire destroyed much of the interior of the building April 30, 2007. The library underwent a massive nearly $18 million renovation. It now offers a special children's reading room, private meeting rooms, a community room and the Peabody Collection, which holds local historical items. The library is a mainstay of the Georgetown community with programs for adults and children alike.
- Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 9:30a.m. - 5:30p.m.; Tuesday, Thursday: 1p.m. - 9p.m. Thursday: 1:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Sunday: Closed.
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Parking: On-street: free
- Services: Audiobooks, Movies, Music CDs, Research databases, Resources for job seekers
- Internet use policy: Each patron is allowed up to a total of 140 minutes per day. Adults are allowed two 70-minute sessions (unless using a 15-minute express station), and children are allowed four 35-minute sessions. Also, public wireless Internet access is available.
- Programs/classes: Children's programs: Story time, music time, chess club, Wii Wednesdays, arts and crafts and more. Adult programs: Book club, Tax prep help, movie night and more.
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Private events: Yes