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The North Bend Library is located in North Bend, Nebraska.  The town was founded in 1893 and the library has  been enjoying a new building since May 2012.  We were previously housed in a historical Carnegie Library that was built in 1913.  North Bend is a town on the Platte River in East Central Nebraska with a population of 1250.  We have 3 part-time library staff and 3 library substitutes.   Thanks for visiting and feel free to contact us. 

Library Mission Statement

The North Bend Public Library strives to provide educational, cultural, recreational and informative material and events to people of all ages.  Special emphasis is placed on stimulating young children’s interest and appreciation for reading and learning.

Library Hours:
Monday – Thursday 1pm-630pm
Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 10am-2pm

Library Address:
110 East 13th Street
North Bend, NE  68649

Library Phone and Fax Number

402-652-8356

Email address

northbendlibrary@gpcom.net

 

Permanent link to this article: http://libraries.ne.gov/northbend/about/

Friends of the Library

Who are the Friends?  The Friends are a group of individuals who believe the library offers a great wealth of information and activities. They may be the book lover, avid reader, researcher, learner advocate or activities supporter.   What is their purpose? Their purpose is to promote and support all aspects of the library and …

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Library Board and Foundation

The Library Board of Trustees is a group of citizens responsible for the governing the library. These members are appointed by the Mayor, approved by the City Council and are a vital link between the library and the community. Dan Watts, President Bob Hines, Secretary Heidi Widick, Treasurer Bernard Larsen Amanda Vyhlidal   The North …

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