Albert Lea Public Library

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Albert Lea Public Library
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Albert Lea Public Library
Established 1899
Location 211 East Clark Street
Albert Lea MN 56007
Other information
Director Peggy Havener
Website http://www.alplonline.org/

The Albert Lea Public Library serves the City of Albert Lea, Minnesota and surrounding communities, and is a member of Southeastern Libraries Cooperating, the SE Minnesota library region.[1] Recently renovated in 2007, the library features a state of the art computer lab and 20 public access computers. Wi-Fi service is also available to patrons and guests.

The Children's Library features programs for infants and adolescents: Story Time, Nighttime Story Time and L.A.F. (Library Afternoon Fun).[2]

Adult programming includes basic computer classes, one-on-one computer instruction, Nonfiction Bookclub and the Fountain Lake Readers, a fiction bookclub.[3]

Art donated from local artists is on display throughout the entire library. A mural by artist Chandler Anderson is featured in the Children's Library.

The Albert Lea Public Library has been housed in the City Center building since 1968. A free public library has existed in the City of Albert Lea since 1899.

Coordinates: 43°39′02″N 93°22′00″W / 43.6505128°N 93.3665988°W / 43.6505128; -93.3665988[4]

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