The Ina Pullen Smallwood Memorial Library
Visit Our Library And Make It A Habit!
224 Grant Street
Chickasaw, AL 36611
Monday – Friday: 12pm – 6pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
The Chickasaw Library sells a selection of used books.
Paperbacks: 50¢ per item
Hardbacks: $1 per item
Chickasaw Reading Program
School children are encouraged to enroll in our annual Summer Reading Program at the Chickasaw Library! Contestants within Kindergarten – 12th grade will be given the chance to win various prizes by achieving reading goals.
Summer Reading Program starts in June
Visit or call the library for registration details
Ina Pullen Smallwood Memorial Library Phone: (251) 452-6465
Information concerning book checkouts, fines, fees, etc:
- Notary Fee: $2
- Fax/Scans Fees: $1 per page for local destinations/ $2 for long distance
- Copy Fees: Black & White – 12¢ per page/ Color – 59¢ per page
- DVDs and CDs Rentals: 1 week, $1 per DVD
- Book Checkout: 2 weeks (.25¢ overdue charge per day until returned)
Library Card Instructions:
In order to obtain a library card, an ID must be presented at the time of registration. Chickasaw residents with proof of residence such as a driver’s license and/or a bill with address will receive free membership. Non-residents must pay a one-time fee of $10 and present ID.
Junior Library Cards are available to youth ages 6 thru 14. A parent or guardian must fill out a form claiming responsibility for any items checked out by the child being registered for a card.
Children’s Story Time takes place once a month; the selected title and date of the reading are announced on our Facebook page. The Library is striving to incorporate more Story Times and encourages storybook suggestions or volunteer readers.
See you at Story Time!
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Start your search @ the Chickasaw Public Library
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.
Visit our Library and make it a habit!
Amber L. Johnson, Library Director