Georgetown Public Library

123 West Pine Steet
Georgetown, DE 19947

302-856-7958

About Us :

The Georgetown Public Library was established and founded in 1899 by the Georgetown New Century Club. That first library was housed on the second floor of the Lacy Building, along with the New Century Club. In 1926, the Club moved to West Pine Street and dedicated a separate room for the library.

From those early beginnings, the library and its collection has grown and now occupies the entire New Century Club building. Currently, plans are underway for a new, 22,000 square foot library, which will provide the public with increased services and materials.

The Georgetown Public Library is host to many programs, which are well-attended. The library places a special emphasis on child-related activities, instructs school groups, and provides story times. Various book discussion groups are also available.

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