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The Library is a service institution. It seeks to inform, educate, entertain, and culturally enrich the entire community by providing books and other library materials, facilities, and professional services for free use by all residents.

The Allen County Public Library has been part of the social and cultural fabric of Fort Wayne, Indiana and surrounding communities since 1895. Then known as the Fort Wayne Public Library, it served residents with 3606 volumes in a room in City Hall. Since then it has grown to consist of the main library in downtown Fort Wayne and thirteen branches in the city and outlying communities.

Fort Wayne has been cited as the Best Read City in the United States by Places Rated Almanac, due in large part to the library's collection and patrons' use of it.



 


TWICE SOLD TALES BOOKSTORE

The shop offers used books for bargain hunters. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

HOURS
MON-THUR: 6AM-8PM
FRIDAY: 6AM-6PM
SATURDAY: 8AM-6PM
SUN: 10AM-5PM*
(*Closed Memorial Day through Labor Day)



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MON-THUR: 6AM-8PM
FRIDAY: 6AM-6PM
Saturday: 8AM-6PM
SUN: 10AM-5PM*
(*Closed Memorial Day through Labor Day)


 
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