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Brownsdale Public Library, 103 E. Main St., P.O. Box 302, Brownsdale, MN, phone: (507) 567-2177
Mon. - Fri. 2 to 6 pm
Librarian: Carol Smith
The Brownsdale Public Library has many of the best selling books. We now have many large print books as well. There are books on tape, well over 200 videos, internet access, children's books, reference materials and other non-fiction. There are two computers for public use. Go to our website for information about our library's contents as well as a calendar of events, a great links page as well as a feedback page.
HISTORY OF THE BROWNSDALE PUBLIC LIBRARY: The first library in Brownsdale was located in the back room of the Bacon Building on the NE Corner of Mill and Main Street in the early 1940's. The library was staffed by volunteers. When the community building was built in 1953 just to the east of the former Bacon Building, a room was set aside for the library. A librarian was hired by the village. In 1995, when the fire department moved to their new location, additional space was allotted to the library. Brownsdale is a branch of the Austin Public Library and a member of SELCO. (Southeastern Libraries Cooperating)
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