Library Services

About Us

Hedrick Public Library was founded by a group of women, who in 1947, wanted to honor our servicemen. At the end of WWII the Amvet Auxiliary wanted to do something for the local men who lost their lives. So they started the Hedrick Memorial Library. In the beginning years the library was solely funded by donations and memorials, along with the use of a city building all books, shelves, and circulation desk where donated by the people of the community. A “Memorial Bookshelf” was put in place for books donated “In Memory”. The first books in this collection where: A Boy’s Own Book of Great Inventions, Crusades in Europe, MacArthur of Batan, The Deerslayer, Four Million Customers, and New of the Nation
What do we offer?
  • Children’s books
  • Jr. Fiction books
  • Young Adult books
  • Inspirational Fiction
  • Adult fiction
  • Biographies
  • Local and State History collection
  • A large DVD collection
  • Audio Books
  • Bridges eBook
  • EBSCOhost
  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Hedrick Journal Online archive
  • Summer Reading Program
  • 3 Patron Computers
  • Free WiFi
Annual Halloween Parade & Soup Supper