The Ina Pullen Smallwood Memorial Library
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We are proud to announce that the Ancestry Library Edition database will be available to our patrons through our computers and Wi-Fi.
Access this FREE service by visiting the Library, and research your Genealogy, family trees, and family history.
Paperback Book Sale
Come by and fill a bag with books for
just $5.00. Christmas Fun from your Library.
Chickasaw Reading Program
School are children are encouraged to enter our reading program at the Chickasaw Library. Contestants will enter in (3) divisions. K5-12th grade. Winners must live in Chickasaw and will be given a Family Season Pass to Chickasaw Pool.
Call Library for registration/details at 452-6465
Start in January
The City of Chickasaw is proud to have a very active and successful library.
Located in the Chickasaw Civic Center complex on Grant Street (just north of Lee Street), the library offers
thousands of book titles from all literary genres.
Due to the generosity of the Gates Foundation, the library also offers several computers for public internet access.
Library hours are as follows:
Monday – Friday – 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturdays – 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Library Phone Number:
CD’s & DVD’s – $1.00 for 3 day rental
Books – 2 week check out, fines $.25 per day. For renewal call 452-6465
Chickasaw Residents – Free with I.D. showing Chickasaw address and one bill showing resident’s name and Chickasaw address. This I.D. also allows
access to public computers.
Non-Chickasaw Residents – $10.00 one-time charge with I.D. (Includes library card and computer access.)
Copies are 25 cents per page if material is brought to the library.
Internet copies are 10 cents.
Fax copies are $1.00 per page for local number and $2.00 per page for long distance.
Notary fees are $2.00 per page. You must have a photo I.D. to receive this service.
Special Reference Libraries
Needle Work Library
Sheet Music Library
Story Times are scheduled once a month for children (good listeners) ages 2-5. They include a story, craft and refreshments. If you have registered your child before and your phone information has changed, please contact the library at 452-6465 to update our records. Your children’s ability to read well will benefit them throughout their entirelives. The parents who attend our story time seem to enjoy it as much as the children do. See you at Story Time!
Thanks to Rhonda Davis with Mobile Historical Society, the Library Received three display cabinets. Come by the Library and see the display of early Chickasaw memorabilia.
Visit our Library and make it a habit!
Teresa Goolsby, Library Director
Tom Hayward pointing to the wall sculpture donated by Jim Hayward to the Chamber Of Commerce who has placed them with the Ina Pullen Library. Carved entirely of wood with skillfully attached artifacts, then hand painted by the nationally known artist, makes this series of letters a treasure for our city.