Mulvane Public Library

The Library offers great programs year-round to all ages.  All programs are free and open to the public (library card not required to participate).  On occasion space is limited, so check the online and printed calendars for registration information.

Programs currently include, but are not limited throughout the year to: 

-Wee Read Storytime (Weekly, suggested age 0-3)

-Preschool Storytime (Weekly, suggested age 3-6)

-Mommy Mixers (Weekly, parent Networking)

-After School is Cool (Weekly, school-age program)

-Bedtime Storytime (Monthly)

-Youth: Read-Down Overdue Fines (All year, check with staff)

-Healthy Families: Weekend Storytime (Monthly)

-Healthy Families: Music and Movement Dance Class (Monthly)

-Healthy Families: Saturday Lego Club (Monthly)

-Teen Scene (Weekly)

-Movies:  Indoor and Outdoor (Check calendar)

-Art Classes (Check calendar)

-Computer Classes (Monthly, check calendar for topics and times)

-Business Classes (Check calendar)

-Summer Reading Program (Annual, all ages)

-Fiction and Friends Book Club (Monthly)

-Books with Bite Book Club (Monthly, off-site)

-Mommy and Me Book Club (Monthly for moms)

-How-to Programs (Check calendar)

-Creative Writing Group (Monthly)

-Coffee and Community (Monthly networking)

-DIY Night (Monthly)

-Lunch-n-Learns (Check calendar)

-Games- Bunco and D & D (Monthly)

-Live Music (Check calendar)

-Food Drive for Overdue Fines (Bi-annual)

-Genealogy Classes (Check calendar)

-Volunteering (Ask staff about opportunities) 

The Library also provides patrons with numerous services, including:  printing and copying, faxing, notary (free), test proctoring (free), access to computers and WiFi (free), meeting space (free to non-profit groups),  display space for local art, and “Book a Librarian” (free tech assistance).  A Library Card is free and easy with a photo ID, which then gives patrons access to a diverse collection of  physical or digital materials and devices.  Unique collections recently added are the Wi-Fi Hotspots (mobile Internet), Starling Word Counters (help parents increase language around babies), and the Explorer Packs, which provide patrons with museum passes and game vouchers.  Visit our website for more information at or drop in during open hours to say hello!

The Mulvane Public Library was organized by the Federated Women’s Club in 1921. After an election in 1928, it officially became the City’s Library. The Library has occupied numerous buildings in the downtown area, including the old Pix Theater building for many years. In 2016 the Library relocated to a brand new building at 408 N. 2nd Ave. The current building features a multipurpose room, computer lab, genealogy area, study rooms, comfy seating for people of all ages, and windows!


Mulvane Public Library
408 N. 2nd Ave.
Mulvane, KS 67110
(316) 777-1211
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