Cross Plains Library
The Cross Plains Public Library was opened in February 1979 and currently houses a collection of over 13,000 printed and audio books, including - thanks to a very generous contribution - a complete set of Newberry & Caldecott award-winning children's books. The library is also home to original Robert E. Howard Manuscripts.
Patrons can use computers for word processing or internet access. WiFi is also available for those who have wireless access laptops. Homework Help online is offered for grades 6-12 either at the library or from patron's homes. Copying, scanning and computer printouts in either black & white or color are available for a nominal fee. All other services are provided at no charge.
Annex Grand Opening/30th Anniversary Party
September 1, 2009, 3-7 PM at the Library
Connie Kirkham was outed as a "spy" on June 27, 2009 at the library's "I Spy Fish Fry" event. Read more >>