The Hebron Secrest Library is a historical focal point of our community. The library, styled in the Carnegie fashion, was built in 1921 from a bequest left by Lewis O. Secrest. In 2004 an addition was added to make the library handicap accessible.  Large oak beams and arched windows give the library it’s warmth and charm. 

The Hebron Secrest Library is an accredited public library committed to being the cultural and educational center for our community. The library enriches lives of area children, teens and adults by providing quality materials, programs and services.

Description of Services

  • Books, DVDs, Audiobooks and Magazines available for check out
  • CHIRS (confidential medical information service through the Nebraska Medical Center)
  • Copy and Fax Services
  • Delivery of Library materials to organizations and individuals per request
  • Free public computer access
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Handicap Accessible/Elevator Service
  • Host Community Programs
  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Meeting room facility
  • Nebraska Access-library informational and research databases
  • NebrasKard Participant
  • Online catalog
  • Outreach programs for youth and adults
  • OverDrive On Line Service for audio and e-books

Description of Annual Activities and Programs Offered:

  • Summer Reading Programs: Preschool, Elementary and Teen Programs
  • Youth Programs: Holiday Story Times, Books & Art and Back to School Programs and other special programs and activities
  • Adult Speaker Series
  • Bi-Annual Book Sale