The Gravette Public Library was established in 1976 and originally occupied a room in the Gravette Civic Center. It relocated in 1987 to the former Gravette School District lunchroom on Charlotte Street. The library moved to its current location at 119 Main Street SE in February of 2016.
The Gravette Public Library is a department of the City of Gravette and supported by the Gravette Public Library Advisory Board. Programs are made possible through the generous donations of individuals, organizations, and corporations who support the Gravette Public Library as well as grants awarded to the library through various foundations.
GRAVETTE PUBLIC LIBRARY
119 Main Street SE
Gravette, AR 72736
Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Current Services and Programming
The Gravette Public Library provides lifelong learning opportunities for all ages. In addition to summer reading programs for all ages, the library offers the following programs:
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Little Lions Story Time for ages 2-5
StoryWalk at Hiwasse Park
Maker Monday - Arts & Crafts
Tech Tuesday – Robotics, Circuitry, Video Creation/Editing, Stop Motion Animation
Bookmobile service at 10:30 AM Mondays at the Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center
Learn It @ The Library (gardening workshops, small business workshops, etc.)
Books are available in print, digital, and audio formats. Browse the library’s extensive selection of DVDs. The library has public computers, a hotspot lending program, and Wi-Fi. Copy, print, and fax services are available (fees apply).
Please visit the Gravette Public Library’s website at https://www.gravettelibrary.org
Library Advisory Board
Term expires April 30, 2027
Term expires December 31, 2026
Term expires July 31, 2026
Term expires February 28, 2027
Term expires June 30, 2027
The Library Advisory Board meetings are generally held at 6 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the Library. All meetings are open to the public.