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Baker Branch Library

3501 Groom Road

The first Baker Branch Library opened on June 19, 1941, and was housed in Miss Angie Williams' Tea Room. In 1955, the Library moved to quarters in the school and later to another building on the highway prior to moving on July 20, 1959, to the Baker Masonic Lodge building at 4761 Groom Road.

The newest Baker Branch Library facility, reopened in April, 2001, was designed to accommodate the Baker community with a book collection of 100,000 volumes. The Library contains public computers and meeting room space for 100 that can be divided into two separate rooms for library programming


John Smith

Thursday, June 7, 2018
This is an extremely nice library, very well kept and organized, with a helpful and friendly staff. They have a lot of computers, Wi-Fi, movies, snd of course books, and can get anything that's in the East Baton Rouge Parish Library network. Thru also have a lovely shaded courtyard where you can sit and read, as well a very nice park right outside where your younger kids can play on the playsets and your older kids could do sports.

Debbie Sanders

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
The library has internet facilities and a very good selection of reading materials, fiction and non-fiction, and educational resources.

Justin Nicholas

Sunday, Sep. 24, 2017


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Tee KH

Monday, July 3, 2017

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