The beautiful library building is located in the historic 49 blocks of Tularosa,
New Mexico in Otero County. Come see our Children's wing!
We have 2,731 patrons and counting!
There are 18 internet computers and 2 game computers for your convenience or bring in your own computer.
24 hour Wifi (Wireless connection)
A private meeting room is available upon request.
The Tularosa Public Library was voted one of the five New Mexico libraries recognized by Library Journal as America's Star Libraries, 2012: The five are: Taos, Pueblo of Isleta, Embudo Valley, Eleanor Daggett Memorial and Tularosa Public Library!
Please note that our e-mail address has changed. It is now firstname.lastname@example.org
...to be determined
Children's books 10 cents. All other books 25 cents. Plus other items.
The Library greatly appreciates monetary and book donations. Please help support your library.
If you miss the book sale, you are welcome to browse through our Used Book Store during open hours. Please ask to see it.
Tuesday, October 8th 6:00 - 7:00
~a food and nutrition class~
It's free and fun.
The 2013 "Dig into Reading" summer reading program was a success! Children of all ages participated
in fun activities such as stories, crafts, music, magic, art, movies, games and more!
Fizz, Boom, READ! This is the title of the 2014 SRP theme Science and Technology.
Program will begin Tuesday, June 3rd through July 11th. Programs begin at 10:30-12:00 Tuesdays through Fridays. We will be reading stories, crafts, art, music, bingo for books, a talent show and much more! Children will be escorted to the free lunches at Vigil Park each day after the program. Children of all ages are welcome. All programs are free.
Toddler Story Time is available at the library for the general public upon request. Story Time for the Headstart classes are held at their site.
All toddlers are welcome!!
Friends of the Library have changed their meeting date and time. Meetings will be the 4th Thursday of the month at 4:30 pm. Come by and check us out - no obligations.
This computer for the vision impaired has a large screen and the cursor can be used as a roaming magnifyer.
Made possible by the Nancy Floyd Haworth Foundation, the TPL was selected to bring you this special collection on Breast Cancer Awareness