Public Libraries Found in Nashville

Throughout Nashville, many public libraries serve the community with internet services, movies, music and, of course, books.

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Public Libraries Found in Nashville

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 at 11:30am.

Throughout Nashville, many public libraries serve the community with internet services, movies, music and, of course, books. Many of these libraries also host different events and classes throughout the year. Nashville public libraries include:

  • The Main Library on Church Street with service for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
  • Bellevue on Colice Jeanne Road
  • Bordeaux on Clarksville Pike
  • Donelson on Lebanon Road
  • East Library on Gallatin Road
  • Edgehill on 12th Avenue South
  • Edmondson Pike on Edmondson Pike
  • Goodlettsville on Rivergate Parkway
  • Hadley Park on 28th Avenue North
  • Hermitage on James Kay Lane
  • Inglewood on Gallatin Road
  • Looby on Rosa L. Parks Boulevard
  • Madison on Gallatin Pike south
  • North Library on Monroe Street
  • Old Hickory on Jones Street
  • Pruitt on Charles E. Davis Boulevard
  • Richland Park on Charlotte Avenue
  • Southeast Library on Hickory Highlands Drive
  • Thompson Lane on Thompson Lane
  • Watkins Park on 17th Avenue North

The public libraries hold all types of classes and events including:

  • Book Binding: Cress Structure Binding
  • June movie Time
  • Safari Greg
  • Hula Hooping for Teens
  • Movie Nights and Movie Days
  • The Magical World of Books with Scott Cantrell
  • Book Clubs
  • And More!

Concerts happen often at the libraries and range from Hip Hop with Onlya Williams to African Drummers. There are classes and events for children, teens and adults, along with many community events and festivals for the entire family.

The Kids Zone

With colored dots, it's easy to find the right books for your children. The kid’s zone is split into books for up to 2 years old, 2-3 years old, 4-5 years old and grades 1 through 6. This makes it easy for your children to find the right books for their reading level. The kid’s zone also features story time and many events specifically for younger children.

 

Gary Ashton

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