Litchfield Public Library
Due to the pandemic, services offered may be different than listed below. Call the library at (320) 693-2483 or visit the library website at www.litchfield.lib.mn.us for current information.
The Litchfield Public Library serves the residents of Litchfield and the surrounding area with a collection of almost 50,000 books, DVDs, and CDs for children, teens, and adults. Litchfield Library is a member of Pioneerland Library System, one of the largest of the 32 libraries in the regional library system. Library users can order books and other items from any library in the system, and even from libraries throughout the state. The library catalog is available at iii.pioneerland.lib.mn.us.
Pioneerland offers downloadable e-books, audiobooks, and digital magazines for loan through its Overdrive service at pioneerland.lib.overdrive.com and through the Libby and Overdrive apps. The library system also offers Brainfuse, an online homework help service for all ages, free to everyone with a Pioneerland library card.
The Litchfield Library offers access to public desktop computers as well as a computer-based microfilm reader to use with historical newspaper microfilm. The library has wi-fi available 24/7 that’s accessible from inside and outside the building, a copier/printer, a wireless printer, and a scanner available for public use. Mobile hotspots are available to check out, providing a source of free wi-fi at home. The library has a large public meeting room and two study rooms.
A summer reading program for children and teens and a winter reading program for adults are offered every year. The library offers a variety of other programs for all ages; check the library’s website for current information: www.litchfield.lib.mn.us.
216 N Marshall Avenue
Litchfield, MN 55355
Monday - Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.