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Who We Are

Libraries are often deceiving when you first walk in. What could be so interesting about a quiet building? Timothy Healy said it best, "To those with ears to hear, libraries are really very noisy places. On their shelves we hear the captured voices of the centuries-old conversation that makes up our civilization." At New Waverly Public Library, we will strive to help you grow mentally, spiritually, intellectually and physically. There is literally a book about anything, and if we don't carry it, we can borrow it for you from another library.

The guiding principles for your library

The New Waverly Public Library will serve all of the citizens of the community by offering services, resources, and facilities to fulfill their informational, educational, and recreational needs and interests.  The term "citizens" encompasses individuals and groups of every age, education, philosophy, occupation, economic level, ethnic origin and human condition.