The McPherson Public Library is a busy place: over 10,500 people of all ages pass through our doors each month — checking out library materials, using our public PCs or Wi-Fi, doing research, attending a program, or seeking some quiet time.
I’m proud of the support we receive from the McPherson community: it shows in our quality services, collections, and programs, and it shows in our exceptional staff, and amazing building. We’re your retreat for discovery.
~ Steve Read, Library Director
Borrower's Policies in Brief
You can obtain a borrower’s card free of charge by filling out a short application and presenting the necessary identification. If you don’t have a valid Kansas drivers license/ID showing your current address, other forms of idenification and address verification are accepted. Please contact us in advance, and we can advise you regarding the necessary information to bring with you.
A parent or adult over 18 must complete this process and sign the registration card at the library for children’s cards (not yet in high school).
The McPherson Public Library is a member of the South Central Kansas Library System