New Arrivals

Adults

  • The Burgess Boys
  • The Third Bullet
  • Rose in a Storm
  • The Orchard
  • Life is so Good
  • 31 Hours
  • Nearly a Lady

Young Adult

  • Under the Never Sky
  • Burning Blue

Juvenile

  • Big Nate
  • The Last Dragon Slayer
  • Hide and Seek

 

 

Beaver City Library

P.O.Box 192
55 West Center Street
Beaver, Utah 84713

Library Email: bvlibrary@beaverutah.net
Main Telephone: 435-438-5274

Angela Edwards, Librarian

Email: aedwards@beaverutah.net

Ruby Nelson, Children's Program Coordinator
Lori Andersen, Assistant Librarian

Hours of Operation:

Winter Hours: (October - April)

Monday 10-6
Tuesday - Thursday 11-6
Saturday 11-3

Summer Hours: (May - September)

Monday - Thursday 10-6
Friday & Saturday 11-3

About Our Library

Books & Online Catalog

View our Online Catalog.  To view your account, you need a valid library card. The total book holdings in the library is 17,497. Online Access

Library Programs

Click to view the calendar.

References

Public Pioneer: A Utah site containing numerous databases. Please obtain access code from the library, then access remotely if desired.

eBooks and Audio books

Overdrive Download AudioBooks       

Utah State Library

Utah State Library provides all kinds of resources and databases (through Public Pioneer), such as reading materials for the blind and disabled, bookmobile service for rural Utah, and much more.

About Our Library

The first Beaver Library Association was incorporated in the 1860's.  In 1918, the city finished construction on a "Carnegie Library", which is still in use today. The American industrialist Andrew Carnegie, who founded the Carnegie Steel Company that later became U.S. Steel, earned the nickname Patron Saint of Libraries through his philanthropic work of funding 1,689 libraries across the U.S. between 1886 and 1919.

Today, the Beaver Library stands just as it did when it was built, with the exception of a few upgrades. Presently, library functions occupy the upper level. The city's community center, Head Start programs, and meeting room are on the lower level.  It is likely that if you are over the age of 50, your first experience in a public library was in a Carnegie Library, no matter in what city you grew up. There is something quite warm and memorable when visiting one of these historic and celebrated libraries.

Library Board Minutes

 

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