Laramie County Library System (LCLS) is an award-winning library system that sets the bar for service regionally and nationally.
“Laramie County Library System embodies all that is good in our country. All are welcome. We have material and programs for the strivers, working to reach their dreams. We have material and programs for the seekers, working to understand their world and themselves. We have material and programs for givers, working to do more to help their fellow citizens and their community. And we have space and peace for all who seek a respite from striving, seeking and giving. Come to the library – you will see our democracy and freedoms in action!” Carey Hartman, County Librarian
LCLS was named the Library of the Year by Gale/Library Journal in 2008. Nancy Pearl, a librarian and regular contributor to NPR, told USA Today that LCLS was one of the top 10 libraries in the country to “find a nook and read a book.” Livablity.com and mommynearest.com named LCLS as one of the top ten children’s libraries in the United States.
The Laramie County Library System is the oldest continually operated library system in the United States. It was established when Wyoming was still a territory, 1886!
A new Laramie County Library was opened in Cheyenne on September 8, 2007 at 2200 Pioneer Avenue. The new library is a three-story, 100,000+ square foot beautiful facility. It is an experience for all ages. The Library is a gem for the entire community.
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