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Summersville Public Library

6201 Webster Road
304-872-0844

About Us:
The Summersville Public Library was originally founded as the Elizabeth Stephenson Memorial Library in 1962. The library was initially house in a space donated by the Farmers and Merchants Bank and run by volunteers. In 1964 the library moved into Summersville?s newly constructed municipal building.

When the library outgrew its space in the municipal building it entered into a partnership with Glenville State College to open a new public library that could support the curriculum of their Nicholas County branch campus.

Through a number of changes the Glenville campus is now the independently accredited New River Community and Technical College, Nicholas County Campus. Through our partnership with NRCTC we are able to stay open more hours, offer all of our patrons more magazine and journals to browse through, a larger Reference Collection and a more in-depth non-fiction circulating collection.

The Summersville Public Library is also a member of the Mountain Library Network, a consortium of neighboring libraries working together to bring you more choices for your information needs.


Reviews

Kym Lockwood

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Saturday, May 26, 2018
What a great lil’ library! Friendly lady at the counter issued a card for us temporary folks and the kids went off in search of new reading material. They each found the EXACT book they were wanting. The oldest has been waiting over a month for the same book through a different online library. Happy kids = happy mom! I foresee a lot of time spent here this summer.

Erik Bean

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Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017
Nice quiet place to study or read.

Ana Love

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Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017
The people who work there are very friendly they will go out of their way to help you

Nelson McClung

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Sunday, June 11, 2017
Very willing to help me with computer time so I could get my resume sent out. Much thanks.

Jeremy Ray

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Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

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