Welcome to the Sevier County Public Library System website

Just like in the library, here you will find access to many resources, in a user friendly format, and we hope that you’ll bookmark our site on your home computer, so you can return again and again for answers, ideas, and help to meet your needs. From this front page you’ll have easy access to the three libraries in our system, the online catalog for our collections, a calendar of events for upcoming programs and so much more!

Email, social media, resumes, job searches, hobby help, music, videos, news, and online resources are just a few of the many ways your library is supporting your school, work, and leisure pursuits.  Enjoy browsing and as always, we’re just a phone call or visit away when you need us.


Every Hero Has a Story! Summer Reading Program 2015

The Sevier County Public Library System will host the following 2015 SUMMER READING PROGRAM: EVERY HERO HAS A STORY! Programs during the week of June 22 (please note date, location, and time for each event):

• JUNE 23 @ 9:30AM: Summer Reading Program Outreach with Virginia Borrelli – Town of Pittman Center SCPLS Satellite Library located in the Pittman Center Town Hall
• JUNE 23 @ 5:30PM: Wine Tasting & Discussion – Rocky Top Wine Trail (Adult Program – Must be 21+ and have state-issued ID to participate) – King Family Library
• JUNE 24 @ 3:30PM: Superhero Comic Books & Manga! Make Your Own Costume (Teen Program) – King Family Library
• JUNE 25 @ 11:00AM: ‘A Rollicking, Rib-Tickling, Rigmarole’ presented by Runaway Puppet Theater – Kodak Branch Library
• JUNE 25 @ 2:00PM: ‘A Rollicking, Rib-Tickling, Rigmarole’ presented by Runaway Puppet Theater – King Family Library
• JUNE 26 @ 11:00AM: ‘A Rollicking, Rib-Tickling, Rigmarole’ presented by Runaway Puppet Theater – Seymour Branch Library

All Summer Reading Programs with the Sevier County Public Library System are open to the public. For more information, please call 865.453.3532.

Did you know
The library has a community resource room with educational resources including an Ellison die collection, laminator, and educational kits that you can use? Just ask at the front desk for assistance. The Margit & Earl Worsham Business Center, known as the computer lab, is the prime location for many of your technology needs. Just use your name to login to one of our computers and begin to enjoy the bounty of digital resources your library system provides including TEL (Tennessee Electronic Library), Mango Languages, and Tutor.com. We have more than a dozen online databases to help you learn a language, get homework help, or write that research paper.


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Mission: The SCPLS provides free access to learning, discovery, and enrichment for our community.

Vision: The SCPLS envisions a pathway to unlimited possibilities for our community by offering access to evolving collections and programs.