We have a variety of literature for all ages. Our reading materials include fiction, non-fiction, reference, children, young adult, genealogy and much more. See below for more information on each department.
The famous artist Pablo Picasso once said that computers are useless because they can only give you answers. So, if you need answers to life's questions, stop by and use one of our public access computers.
Be yourself because an original is more than a copy. But if you need a copy, they are 20 cents for b&w and 50 cents for color. We also fax at a cost of $1.00 for the first page and 75 cents for each additional page.
~ Lemony Snicket, American Novelist
The Loudon Public Library is one of five libraries proudly serving the residents of Loudon County, Tennessee. We provide a variety of free resources including books, DVDs, public access computers, information, ideas, education, eBook access through Tennessee READS and the Libby app (if you are unfamiliar with Libby, be sure to ask for information.) We also offer copy and fax services for a small fee.
Thank you for visiting us here on the web. We look forward to seeing you in person soon. Upon visiting, be sure to apply for a free library card. It will only take a few minutes and you will be ready to explore and checkout all the great reading materials that we offer. In the meantime, keep reading!
~ Diana Gabaldon, American Author
~ Gary Paulsen, American Author
Kate Clabough has been the Loudon Public Library Director since 2019. She began her career in Alma, Nebraska, where she served as Director of Hoesch Memorial Library. After moving to Tennessee in 1997, she has worked as a genealogist, graphic designer, grant writer, historian, journalist, and as assistant director in the children's department at the Blount County Library. Kate has the experience and versatility to assist patrons with their many library needs.
~ Phil Bradley, English Author
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210 River Road, Loudon, TN 37774