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Hours Of Operation:

Monday: 2:00PM - 7:00PM

Tuesday: 10:00AM - 1:00; 2:00PM - 7:00PM

Wednesday: 2:00PM - 7:00PM

Thursday: 10:00AM - 1:00; 2:00PM-7:00PM

Friday: 2:00PM - 7:00PM

Dundy County library has something for everyone: fiction and non-fiction books for all ages, audiobooks on both cassette and CD, large print materials, magazines, and videos and DVD's. 



The Benkelman Woman’s Club Library started in 1932 using space in the office of the County Superintendent in the courthouse. The County Superintendent, Mrs. Katie Logan, acted as librarian.

In 1937, the library moved to a room in the courthouse and was operated by volunteers from the Woman’s Club.

After years of fund raising and saving by the Club, they were able to lease a room in the Municipal Building for a permanent home for the library. The Benkelman Woman’s Club Library moved in January 1957 and remains there today as Dundy County Library.

The Library, with the guidance of a Library Board, provided library service to the area with volunteer workers and money from memorials and donations. This continued until a shortage of volunteers led the Library Board to find another way for the library to continue to serve. They became a Public Library in 2007.

​Dundy County
Library Offerings:
  • Public Access Computers

  • Wireless Hotspot

  • Inter-Library Loan

  • Pre-school Story Time

  • Summer Reading Program (with FBLA)

  • Homebound Delivery

  • Photocopier, Shredder, Typewriter, Paper Cutter

  • Used Book Sale

  • Books

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