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Monday - Friday | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday | 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday

Gravette Public Library
119 Main St. SE
Gravette, AR 72736
PH: 479.787.6955
FAX: 479.344.6091

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The Gravette Public Library has been selected as one of 310 libraries to participate in round two of Libraries Transforming Communities: Accessible Small and Rural Communities, an American Library Association (ALA) initiative that provides community engagement and accessibility resources to small and rural libraries to help them better serve people with disabilities.

The competitive award comes with a $10,000 grant that will help the library repair the floor in the children’s library which joins the ADA ramp to the library’s collections.

As part of the grant, library staff will host two conversations with residents in September to gain input about accessibility at the Gravette Public Library. If you are interested in getting involved or taking part in the conversation, please contact the library staff at 787-6955.


Saturday, June 29th | 10 AM-1 PM | Hiwasse Park

Did you know that the Gravette Public Library provides summer reading programs for children, teens and adults?  Register at the Hiwasse Community Building and visit the Crystal Bridges Mobile Art Lab in Hiwasse Park

from 10 AM-1 PM Saturday, June 29th. Children may fill their summer reading activity bags while teens and adults can pick up their reading logs and select punch cards that reflect their summer reading goals. We look forward to seeing you there!

Stay tuned for more information.


Sunday, July 14th | 2-4 PM | Gravette Civic Center

Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry will give a presentation Sunday, July 14th, from 2-4 PM at the Gravette Civic Center.

Her book, "The Secret Book of Flora Lea" was selected for "If All Arkansas Read The Same Book" by Arkansas Center for the Book. It is a work of historical fiction in which a woman discovers a rare book connected to her sister who went missing after they were relocated as children to the English countryside during World War II.

Two Friends Books will be on hand to sell books and Ms. Henry will be available after the presentation for autographs and photos.

This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Everything you need to know about


How much does it cost to get a library card?

Library memberships are free for residents of Benton County, Arkansas. For residents outside of Benton County, individual membership is $10.00 annually or $15.00 annually for families.

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How can I get a library card?

Stop by the library or click here to apply for a library card. Bring a current photo ID and proof of permanent address with you to the library when you pick up your card.

How long is my library card valid?

Library memberships are valid for three years. Online membership renewal is not currently available. Please stop by the library to renew an expired membership.

How many items may I check out?

Children/youth under the age of 18 may check out 5 items.

Patrons who are 18 years old or older may check out 10 items.

Does the Gravette Public Library offer interlibrary loans?

Yes. We can request the book from another library. There is a $4.00 fee for postage.

How long may I check out items?

Checkout times vary depending on the items.

  • Books may be checked out for 21 days.

  • Discover Kits may be checked out for 14 days.

  • DVDs may be checked out for 7 days.

  • Hotspots may be checked out for 14 days and will automatically renew twice so long as the device has not been reserved by another patron.

  • The telescope and microscope may each be checked out for 7 days.

How do I reserve items?

Items may be reserved at the Circulation Desk in the library, calling the library at 787-6955 ext. 2, or online by clicking on the Catalog button and logging into your account using your library card as your userID and your last name as your password.


When the item is available, you'll receive an email or text message and may pick up the item at the library. If you wish to retrieve the item outside of library operating hours, simply call the library at 787-6955 ext. 2 and request that the items be placed in the pickup station in front of the library.

What are the fees if items are overdue?

The Gravette Public Library does not charge overdue fees for books and DVDs. However, if items are not returned, lost, or damaged where it cannot be returned to circulation, the account will be charged a fee to cover the replacement of the item.

Overdue fees of $1.00 per day are charged for hotspots, Discover Kits, the telescope and microscope. Replacement fees apply to missing components or failure to return the item. Internet service will be deactivated for hotspots that are not returned by the due date.




Black & White: $0.25 per page

Color: $0.50 per page


FAX: $1.00 first page

$0.50 per page thereafter

Scans: No charge


There is no charge for notary services.

Photo ID required.


Proctoring services are provided at no charge.


Children's Programs & More


ABC Mouse provides a Step-By-Step Learning

Path with over 850 lessons to help children learn

reading, math, social studies, science, art and colors,

and music and songs. It's free and contains activities for

children as young as 3 years old.


Every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m.

Little Lions Story Time is for children ages 5 and below. Children are invited to sing, move, play and build friendships. Packets are available each month and contain activities to do at home, book lists and more.


1000 Books Before Kindergarten encourages parents and caregivers to read to children with the goal being that the child will hear 1000 books before they enter kindergarten. Stop by the Circulation Deck to pick up a 1000 books packet and begin today!


The Gravette Public Library is pleased to bring StoryWalk® to Hiwasse Park. The 18 displays along the 1/4 mile walking path contain pages of a picture book. You can read a story as you walk along the path. We will always have discussion questions at StoryWalk®. By the time you've walked the entire circle, you've read a book. We will have a new book every month.

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Teen Programs & More

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Every Monday at 4:00-5:00 p.m.   |   Ages 12-17

Whether it be painting, working with modeling clay, or puppet making, we would love to see what you can make.


Every Tuesday at 4:00-5:00 p.m.   |   Ages 12-17

Explore HTML, coding, web design, 3D printing, robots, and stop-motion animation.


Every Wednesday at 4:00-5:00 p.m.   |   Ages 12-17

Learn techniques in jewelry making, paracord knot tying, LED fashions, loom knitting, customizing tees and more.


Discover Kits contain materials and supplies for at-home learning. They may be checked out for two weeks.


Adult Programs (view events for more)

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Book Club meets on the second Monday of every month at the library at 6:00 p.m. Enjoy a lively discussion with fellow book enthusiasts. We provide the books. Contact the library if you are interested in joining our book club.

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Wish You Well by David Baldacci



July 8, 2024



Following a family tragedy, siblings Lou and Oz must leave New York and adjust to life in the Virginia mountains--but just as the farm begins to feel like home, they'll have to defend it from a dark threat in this New York Times bestselling coming-of-age story.

Precocious twelve-year-old Louisa Mae Cardinal lives in the hectic New York City of 1940 with her family. Then tragedy strikes--and Lou and her younger brother, Oz, must go with their invalid mother to live on their great-grandmother's farm in the Virginia mountains.

Suddenly Lou finds herself growing up in a new landscape, making her first true friend, and experiencing adventures tragic, comic, and audacious. When a dark, destructive force encroaches on her new home, her struggle will play out in a crowded Virginia courtroom...and determine the future of two children, an entire town, and the mountains they love.


Our Mission

The mission of the Gravette Public Library is to provide quality resources, services and lifelong learning opportunities through digital and printed media, activities, and programs to meet the educational, informational, and recreational needs of its community.


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 offers e-books as well as books in print, audiobooks, and DVDs. Computers are available to the public and WiFi is accessible inside the library and within an approximate 20' radius outside the library. The library hosts community events including Moon Over Main Street and an Open House before the annual Christmas parade. A variety of literacy, STEM and digital skills programs are offered for youth and adults.


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 donations, grants and the generous support of the Friends of the Gravette Public Library. We appreciate our volunteers, past and present. Local civic organizations, Gravette High School students and staff, and other individuals who donate their time have supported the library through the years and continue to make a difference. Thank you!


The Gravette Public Library advisory board members are appointed by the City of Gravette and serve a five-year term. They meet on the second Thursday of each month at the Gravette Public Library.

Current members are:

  • Terry Roberts, Chair

  • Susan Holland, Vice Chair

  • Frankie Stephens, Secretary

  • Angela Deniston

Friends of the Gravette
Public Library

Officers (L to R): Roy Perrine, President | Carole Robel, Treasurer | Melinda Crawley, Secretary

Teresa Davis, Vice President/Membership

The Friends of the Gravette Public Library is an independent organization formed exclusively to support the facilities, resources, and services of the Gravette Public Library as it serves our community.

Follow the Friends' Facebook page for membership meetings.

Are you interested in supporting the library by being a Friend? Download the brochure and membership application here or contact the Friends of the Gravette Public Library for more information using the Contact Us button on this page.



Student $5.00

Individual $10.00

Family $25.00

Business $25.00

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