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Kimberling Area Library

The Kimberling Area Library provides materials, events and services to help our community residents and visitors gather knowledge and experience the joy of learning.

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Monday. Wednesday. Friday

10 am - 4 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

10 am - 7 pm

Saturday - 10 am - 4 pm

To renew an item, call 739-2525 during business hours and have your KAL ID available.  OR sign in to your account HERE and renew books any time!  

Your library…  a wonderful place!

- Offering free library access,

- Providing a friendly, compatible gathering place,

- Keeping technology current,

- Fostering a love of learning for all ages,

- Making available the most useful and popular books, tapes and other media,

- Generating rewarding opportunities for volunteerism and contribution,

- Modeling that learning is fun.

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The next Children’s story hour will be held Saturday, February 22, from 10:30 AM to 11:15 AM.  Children ages 4-8 are welcome to participate in story time, crafts, games and refreshments.  Check the Events Calendar for additional dates.

Kimberling Area Library is pleased to host the University of Missouri Extension’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program this year.  Volunteers will be available on Thursday mornings from 9:30 am until 12:30 pm starting February 6 through April 9.   Taxpayers with an AGI of $56,000 or less can get free tax preparation.  To make an appointment, call 417-357-6812.  More information here…

Gardening sessions are set to start again on March 18th at 10 AM with a program on Seed Starting by MG Judy Malvitz.  Check the Events Calendar for future sessions.

Join us for a presentation on the formation of the Baldnobbers’ vigilante group in the 1880s.  Curtis Copeland, of the Society of Ozarkian Hillcrofters will lead the discussion on Wednesday, March 11, at 10 AM.  More information here….

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