The Grifton Public Library is a town-sponsored facility that is designed to serve the community as a whole andlibrary-300x168 will provide a broad range of materials in order to serve all age groups and cultures within the Town.  Joining the Libary is fee.  Please bring a photo ID and a piece of mail to verify your current mailing address.

Our book collection includes fiction, nonfiction, juvenile and young adult books.  New books are continually added to the present collection.  These include bestsellers by popular authors, selections form the reading lists at our local schools, and requests from the community.  In addition, there are audio books, large print books, a NC collection, DVD movies and book sets for children.  Books may be checked out for three weeks and renewed once.  DVD's may be checked out for one week with no renewal.  Our patrons also have access to our e-book collection upon request.

The Library offers three local newspapers – The Daily Reflector, The Free Press and The Times-Leader. Also offered are many popular magazines which appeal to a wide range of interests.

The Grifton Public Library has five computers with high-speed internet access for our patrons to use (three in the adult area and two in the children's room).   Free WiFi is also provided to our patrons. Printing is permitted for a small fee.  Fax, copying  and laminating services are also provided to the community for a fee.  Our fees are posted in the library.

The Summer Reading Program starts each June for children between the ages of 5 to 14.  Activities, arts/crafts projects, and prizes related to the yearly theme will be included to provide a fun learning experience for all.

Information on this program and other library news can be found in The Times-Leader and by calling the Library.

Grifton Public Library
568 Queen Street
Grifton, NC 28530

Phone: (252) 524-0345
Monday – Thursday from 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday from 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Closed on Sunday.
Librarians: Shirley Mewborn and Elaine Theus