Welcome to Kirkendall Public Library! We are proud to serve the people of Ankeny and neighboring communities. Our mission is to support lifelong learning and enjoyment in an inclusive, welcoming environment. See what we have to offer!
Kirkendall Public Library has several programs and events for every member of the family - Children, Teens and Adults! Everything from book discussion, computer classes, conversations circles, games, crafts and more! Learn everything about what the Library has to offer and download our monthly calendars for quick reference! MORE > > >
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Search our collection to find your favorite books, audiobooks, movies and music. Download eBooks using the BRIDGES system, read your favorite periodical, make a purchase suggestion and even access your library account! MORE > > >
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Bond Referendum: Public libraries do so much more than just loan books. But even with innovative adult and youth programs, educational outreach initiatives, and helpful electronic resources, the Ankeny library’s annual statistics indicate that patrons are still looking to their local library for a good read. The library has become a destination place where individuals and small groups come to work on projects, and for large groups to find adequate meeting space. In this age of instant information, the library still provides and directs people to reliable resources. The library has kept pace with technology changes and has even been on the cusp of new trends. It offers WIFI, computer access, 24/7 virtual access to e-Books and digital materials, printing, digitization equipment, and even a 3-D printer. The Ankeny library is a community center of learning experience and entertainment, interaction and connection. The current library was built in 1996 to serve a population of 20,000 people. Today, Ankeny has more than 60,000 residents and the current space is not large enough to meet the needs of our current population with books, programming or resources. Learn more about the May 2, 2017 Bond Referendum for the Library and Fire Station Projects.
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- Patron accounts that are $25 or more, and 45 days overdue may be sent to a collections agency.
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