The Pulaski County Public Library has a variety of public spaces to meet your needs. Whether that’s studying for school, meeting with others, or just finding a quiet spot to read and relax, we’ve got you covered.
The library’s Café/Lounge is open during regular hours for visitors to take a break or meet with colleagues over a drink or snack. Coffee and tea are provided during the library’s weekly Coffee & Conversation program on Wednesdays. At other times, you are welcome to bring your own drink. This is the only public area of the library in which food is permitted.
Carnegie Study Area
Upstairs we have the Carnegie study area, featuring study nooks and a small seating area. This area is generally intended for folks looking for a quiet space to study or work. This area adjoins the Magnolia Room and Delores “Dee” Galbreath Local History Room. In addition to stairs, an elevator provides access to this level.
The Reading Room features tall windows, several small tables, and seating along the wall with spots to plug in a laptop or other device. Note that this room is sometimes occupied by library programs or other events. If you wish to reserve this room for a group meeting, see our Reserve a Room page.
The Computer Lab is open for use by cardholders and visitors. We ask that you check in at the front desk before using a computer.