Welcome to Abbeville Memorial Library!

It's that time again for our Reading Is The Ticket Movie challenge!
This Friday (July 25, 2014) we will be showing a special movie to our lucky readers who complete the challenge. 
All you have to do is swing by the Library and pick up one of our READING IS THE TICKET! reading logs and check out 10 books, read them, have your parent sign off on your log, and have your books returned by THURSDAY (JULY 24,2014). And for those ambitious readers out there, if you read 20 books you will receive a free ticket to the movie as well as FREE POPCORN!!! 

As a special challenge, the movie in question will remain a mystery until the day of the event. But THE FIRST child to figure out the name of the movie by Thursday will receive POPCORNand a CANDY OF THEIR CHOICESo get reading kiddos, there is no time to waste!!! SEE YOU THERE!!!!!


    Do you play Dominoes?! Need a break from work? Or just want to hang out for a while?! 

Abbeville Memorial Library has the solution! We had such a good time that we have decided to host another Mexican Train Dominoes Brown Bag Lunch on July 30th at Noon, come relax and have a some friendly competition with us! Tea and water will be provided, all you need to bring is your sack lunch and your game face!

- Our patrons can now access the lost treasures of their family history by utilizing our newest service, Ancestry.com via ProQuest! When you visit us we can provide you with a web address that allows you to engage in a Genealogy search. Come and brush up on your family's history today!


We have course prep books available for checkout for a $20.00 deposit
ACT, GED, ASVAB, MAT, CDL EXAM (practice tests only),
Police Officer Exam, Civil Service Exam and more
 ask at the desk for more information.
Book Sale
Going on now. Prices $0.25 to $2.00 on used and new books.
Proctoring Services available
Call Deborah McLain, Library Director, for details and scheduling.

Library Calendar

Abbeville Memorial Library
301 Kirkland Street, Abbeville, AL 36310
Phone: 334-585-2828    Fax: 334-585-2819
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Operating Hours
9:00 am -5:00 pm
10:00 am -6:00 pm
9:00 am -5:00 pm
10:00 am -6:00 pm
9:00 am -5:00 pm
*Computers shut down 15 minutes before closing.

Library Board Trustees
*Maribeth Bedsole*
Catherine Killebrew
Elizabeth Starling
Willadean Hall