Weldon Memorial Library, housed in Weldon’s Historic Train Depot is located in the heart of Downtown Weldon.
Weldon Memorial Library is a branch of the Halifax County Library System. There are also Branch Libraries in Halifax, Littleton, and Scotland Neck. Currently this library not only provides a quiet setting for the avid reader or academic scholar, it also serves as a small business center for the community. We provide computers for public access to the Internet and other major computer programs. In addition there is a copier, fax machine, and an online card catalog available for public usage.
For the youth in our area, the Library has Story Hour each Wednesday morning at 10:00 for pre-school age children. In the summer months, we also have the Summer Reading Program. During this special program, we encourage area school age students to read as many book as possible. In addition to activities and crafts, we invite different community leaders and professionals to speak. We usually wrap up the Summer Reading Program with a pizza party or hot dog social, which the children really enjoy.
Statistically, Weldon Memorial Library services at least 700 patrons monthly with at least half of our patrons residing in neighboring towns and cities.
SO… the next time you’re visiting Downtown Weldon, stroll on over to the Weldon Memorial Library.
For more information about Weldon Memorial Library and current events there, please see contact information above.
LaTarsha N. Thomas, Branch Librarian
6 West 1st Street
Weldon, NC 27890
Phone: (252) 536-3837
Fax: (252) 536-2477
Weldon Memorial Library Hours
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday
11:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Library related link:
www.halifaxlib.org/polaris- Halifax County Library System Online Card Catalog