Welcome to Your Library!
Where Minds Can Set Sail
The Wilson Free Library has a long and storied history. Early in the 1900’s, libraries were only found in large cities. At that time, the Western Federation of Women’s Clubs started a campaign to bring public libraries to rural communities. In 1909, our local women’s group, The Delphic Circle, returned from a federation meeting in Salamanca, excited at the prospect of starting a library in Wilson.
Upcoming Projects & Funding Opportunities
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! March 2nd is Read Across America Day!
We will be closed April 7th & 8th for Easter.
Happy Fall! The Library has so much going on these days. We have Family Storytime every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 10:30am for children 5 and younger. We also have Paws for Reading on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 10:30am where you can come and read to an SPCA volunteer and their pup. On the last Thursday of the month at 7pm, we host our Novels by Night book club. Our Friends of the Library group has a 2023 Wilson photo calendar for sale. Keep an eye out for ordering info! Make sure to keep up with our Facebook, Instagram, and bulletin board. Stop in soon to check out a book, movie, video game, board game, or puzzle!