North Shelby Library
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The North Shelby Library District was created in 1988 by an act of the state legislature and a majority vote of the residents of the district to provide library services to an area of Shelby County. The library operates as a 501-C-3 organization under the laws of the state and the direction of a five-member board.
The Library has a yearly circulation of approximately 375,000 items, which include books, DVDs and Blu-Rays, telescopes, audiobooks, board games, video games, and digital resources. North Shelby is part of the state-wide Camellia Net Digital Library which offers eBooks, audiobooks, magazines and more to card holders through their computer, tablet, or smartphone. Internet access is also available at the library through library computers and Wi-Fi. More than 200 programs are offered at the library each year for patrons of all ages.