Library Services

The FLC Public Library offers a variety of free services to all patrons.
The services  include:

Fayetteville-Lincoln County Public Library serves all of Lincoln County with resources ranging from print materials like books and magazines to electronic resources like public access computers, e-books and laptops. Our friendly bibliophiles are here to help you find your new favorite book, your family heritage, or help with scholarly research.

We offer 13 public access computers, 10 laptops for in house use, kids' computers, children's story time every Wednesday, Explorer's Club every Wednesday, a lecture series throughout the year, museum exhibits, student tutoring, a great Summer Reading program for kids, teens and adults, special Saturday events, and computer classes of all varieties. There is always something fun and educational happening at the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Public Library where we focus on "Equality. Wisdom. Discovery."

Services & Collection
  • Over 30,000 books ranging from Reference to Fiction
  • Genealogy Room featuring state of the art microfilm reader, Ancestry.com access, and all types of local history
  • Access to Tennessee READS digital Book program
  • Summer Reading Program
  • Fun Saturday events every month
  • Story Time every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. 
  • Explorer's Club (story time for school aged children) on Saturdays at 11:00 am
  • Large selection of Large Print
  • Free Wi-Fi, Public Access Computers and Laptops
  • Copy, Scan, and Fax services
  • Archival management materials and services
  • Speaker Series March-September
  • Free access to TumbleBooks, e-library for children
  • Free access to Tennessee Electronic Library
  • Free access to ABCmouse.com, a curriculum for young children
  • A connection to the Imagination Library