About

The Ada Public Library has been serving Ada, Oklahoma and surrounding area since 1936.

Recreation, Information, and Culture.

We have programs for all ages happening throughout the year. All library programs are free and open to the public. Every summer, we host a specially-themed summer reading program. The library offers Internet and Wireless computer access. We’ve got eBooks available for free – to residents – all you need is a library card! Ask us about getting access to journals and magazines through Ebsco.

Donations for our book sales can be dropped off at the library any time! For more info call us at 580-436-8125.

Our History

The Ada Public Library was established on January 5, 1936. It was located in one room at the old City Hall. Three Years later, a new building was built. It was designed in Georgian Colonial style and is now the Ada Arts and Heritage Center, located at 14th and Rennie. In 1981, having outgrown the old library, the Ada Public Library moved to its current location at 12th and Rennie.

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