More than books: Visit the library and see what we're all about

The Noble Public Library provides a place for readers of all ages to find entertainment, education and a love of reading through its resources and activities.

The library houses thousands of books, a dedicated space for public computers and access to the resources of the Pioneer Library System, which includes more than 700,000 items in its extensive collection.

In 2006, Noble’s Coman Culbert Community Room opened, greatly increasing the space available for programming and other activities, both as library events and for members of the community. That was made possible by its namesake, A. Coman Culbert, a longtime library supporter who left a $1 million bequest to the library upon his death in 2004, the funds used to build the community space.

Regular activities dot the schedule most weeks at the library. Preschool Story Time is a Tuesday morning favorite at 10:30 a.m. most weeks, featuring stories, music, rhymes and STEM-related activities.

During the school year, Noble presents its weekly “Teen TV,” a Thursday afterschool series teaching elements of movie and television production, as one of the activities for teenage visitors.

Adults age 18 and up are using the library's "Studio 204" wing to show off their crafty side at “Tinker Tuesdays” at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays, and also getting both their mind and body in shape through yoga and Tai Chi classes offered weekly during September, October and November.

And there is plenty more where all this came from. Find out more about everything going on this month in Noble through the online calendar or pick up a copy of our physical calendar inside the library.