The Growing Season is here, in more ways than one for McCormick County. Because, beginning in April, the entire county is reading The Growing Season: How I Built a New Life and Saved an American Farm by Sarah Frey. Hundreds of copies of this book are moving through...
On Thursday February 27th at 6 pm, the McCormick Library will host local author Dr. Fay Stapleton Burnett. Dr. Burnett has written two books about Georgia women who were accused of murders in the 1800s. She discovered the true stories quite by accident while...
On Thursday, September 26th at 6:30 pm, David Boersma will discuss his new book, Nuggets from Scripture: A Bedtime Reader for Bible Lovers. The book consists of nineteen stand-alone chapters about Bible characters, objects, events, and words that even mature Bible...
Friends of the McCormick County Library
Founded in 1994, the Friends of the McCormick County Library is a team of volunteers proud to support and strengthen the McCormick County Library. In 2019, our volunteers logged over 4,000 hours of service to the community!
Edmonds Photo Archive
The McCormick County Library is also the site of a community public playground. The playground has equipment designed for children from preschool to age 12, including swings and musical instruments. The playground also includes a picnic shelter with four picnic tables. What a great place to spend the day!
The McCormick County Library makes its meeting room available to groups or organizations for informational, civic, educational, cultural, or community welfare activities.
To qualify for use of the meeting room, users may not use the room for the following purposes: religious worship, celebratory services, personal social activities or fundraising events with the exception of fundraising events held to benefit the library.