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About the Library

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In 1904 with a $10,000 Andrew Carnegie Grant, a public library was built on the corner of Fourth and Jefferson. That building served Redwood Falls for ninety-one years. Following the construction of the new library at Chestnut and Lincoln, the old building was sold to a law firm.

In 1989 the library commission authorized a community needs study and initiated the planning processes. In 1994 the community accepted a donor’s challenge to match a $500,000 donation. The recognition wall records the community response and the accomplishment of building a 1.8 million-dollar 14,150 sq. ft. library without tax dollars. Ground breaking began in May of 1995; the building was completed in December 1995. Library services in the new facility began on January 23, 1996.

Library Cards
Library cards are available from the Redwood Falls Public Library or any member library of the Plum Creek Library System. Applicants will be required to provide a picture ID and proof of their current address. Examples would include a drivers license with the applicant's current address or any official letter or document, including but not limited to checks, bills, rent receipts, voter's card, etc. Anyone under the age of sixteen must have the registration form signed by a parent.

Patrons living outside the Plum Creek Library System may use a valid regional library card from their own community, or they may apply for nonresident or temporary library cards, which are available for a fee. Please contact the library at 507-627-8650 for more information.

Library cards are needed to check out library materials, use a computer, rent equipment, or use a study room.

Other Features

  • Fully handicapped accessible
  • Window reading area
  • Complete automation of the collection
  • Children’s area with cushioned window seat, and bathroom
  • Clerestory windows for enhanced lighting.
  • Convenient parking with 45 spaces
  • Enclosed display case
  • Exterior book drop on the East side
  • Several table and chairs settings
  • Genealogy room with microfilm reader/printer
  • Public telephone in the lobby
  • Restrooms with changing tables
  • Recognition wall of donors
  • Bronze sculpture "Eagleman" by Sheldon Wolfchild.
  • Morton Rainbow Quarry Granite circulation desk top.



Redwood Falls
Public Library

509 S Lincoln St
Redwood Falls, MN 56283
fax 507-627-5004

Monday - Thursday
10 AM to 8 PM
10 AM to 5 PM
10 AM to 2 PM
(Sept. - May)

Teri Smith

Children's Librarian
Jill Deinken

Library Clerks
Angela McDougall
Molly Schweinfurter
Wayne Junker

Library Assistants
Paige Ebner
Derek Nelson

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