Welcome to the Sevier County Public Library System Website

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Just like in the library, here you will find access to many resources, in a user-friendly format. We hope 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 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, videos, news, and online resources are just a few ways your library supports your school, work, and leisure pursuits. Enjoy browsing and as always, we’re just a phone call or visit away when you need us. 

Summer Feeding (Free Meals for School Kids) begins on Monday, June 3rd and ends on Friday, August 2nd.

The Sevier County Public Library Board will meet on June 11th at the King Family Library.

The Adventure Begins at Your Library Summer Reading Programs are announced for the week of June 10-14. See details for programs for all ages at https://tinyurl.com/y4rs2mhn.

The Adventure Begins at Your Library Summer Reading Programs are announced for the week of June 17-21. See details for programs for all ages at https://tinyurl.com/ayzyy9f7.

Celebrate Juneteenth with a History of Black Music though the years. For additional information, call 865.365.1432.

Robin Goddard shares her memories of living with the Walker Sisters in the upcoming FOSL How We Live; Then & Now Series on Thursday June 20 (sp. date) at the Williams Family Seymour Branch Library.

Enjoy the sweet sounds of summer during the Friends of Seymour Library’s Seymour Summer Sounds concert series at the Williams Family Seymour Branch Library on Friday, June 21 starting at 7:00 pm.

Salad Supper & Naming Rights Donations Kick-Off event planned for Tuesday, June 25th from 4:00-6:00 PM at the Kodak Branch Library.

Join us on June 28th at the King Family Library for the Adventure Begins at Your Library Summer Reading Carnival/Pirate Party Finale!

Show Us Your Southern Grandma drive for pictures and stories continues until June 30th, 2024.

July is School Supplies for Fines Fine Forgiveness Month! It’s a fantastic opportunity to support local students by donating school supplies and, in return, have your overdue fines on your library card forgiven.

Mark your calendars, pack your picnic baskets, and come hang out with us at the 3rd Annual Sevier County Heritage Day!

Please call Lisa Christian @ 865.453.3532 if interested in contributing to this historic collection.

Listen to some of your favorite librarians go ISBN-Depth with our co-hosts and staff!

Overdrive READS also offers books in the dyslexic font! R.E.A.D.S.  http://reads.lib.overdrive.com

R.E.A.D.S. for Kids  http://reads.lib.overdrive.com/FD326696-0460-467D-8D7B-B6B2FDDFE607/10/50/en/Kids

R.E.A.D.S. for Teens  http://reads.lib.overdrive.com/FD326696-0460-467D-8D7B-B6B2FDDFE607/10/50/en/Teens

Get registered to vote today! http://govotetn.com/

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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.

Reserve Your Child’s StoryBook Birthday Party Today! 

Children StoryBook Party Includes

Reserved Meeting Space for 3 hours at the King Family Library
Available during library hours of operation
$100.00 for up to 15 children
Call today to schedule a party for your child

Children’s Librarian will provide:

1-hour storytime including an interactive playtime activity & craft (if desired)

All proceeds will go to Friends of Library as a Fundraiser for the library system.
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) which has more than a dozen online databases to help you learn a language, get homework help, or write that research paper. Want to up your tech game? Head to our 3rd floor creative space where you’ll find robotics technology including a Google Finch robot, Makey Makey, Raspberry Pi, Little Bits, various circuitry kits, and robotic Legos. More the creative type? Use our Apple lab complete with 3 computers, green screen technology, pro microphone, musical instruments and software to record and edit audio and video. There’s so much to see and do at the library, you’ll keep coming back for more!,