What does the Sidney Memorial Public Library have to offer? A wide variety of services and programs for adults, kids, and teens. Click here to download / view our brochure.
Library services in Sidney began as part of the public school system in the late 1800’s. However, it was not until 1955 that the Sidney Memorial Public Library building on the corner of River and Main Streets was completed. That original building now houses the Children’s Area of the library after a 1994 expansion that connected the building to the recently vacated Post Office next door. Then in 1996 the Sidney Memorial Public Library received generous donations from the estate and trust funds of Fred and Irene Smart. With these funds the library added the addition of the Fred & Irene Smart Community Room.
The Sidney Memorial Public Library is a School District Public Library. Voters within the Sidney School District vote on the library’s annual budget and support the library with their taxes.
The Sidney Memorial Public Library’s mission is to connect our community with resources that educate, enrich, and engage.