"Bringing People Closer Together!"

The library will be closed through Friday, April 17, because of the coronavirus.
It is in the best interest of public health to remain closed until the gathering of people is safe, and there are no dangers of community infection.
Librarians are present to answer the phone and to assist you in any way that we can.
Please call 874-1725 or email us at selma.reference@yahoo.com
All programs and community functions at the library through April are cancelled.
We will be happy to either refund your ticket for Lunch at the Library events, or you may make your refund a donation to the library. Either way, we thank you for your support.
Please follow the rules of hygiene listed on the CDC website and stay safe. We hope to be open and welcome you soon!!! www.alabamapublichealth.gov                              cdc.gov/coronavirus

Join us for bright colors, swimming fish, a furry hamster and more fun in the Children’s Department. Programs and learning activities focus on building a love for reading from books to blocks and spaces for children and families give cozy opportunities for time together.

Free audible stories!
Audible has provided a collection of free stories for kids to help them continue learning and enjoy their time at home. It is available to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet.

Computers and WiFi are available in the library as well as copying, scanning and faxing services. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher make the library computers a one-stop spot for most technology needs.

This Resource is available for use only within the Library.

Whether you join us for a delicious lunch event, or participate in a special series, the library has programs to interest everyone. Keep on learning whatever your age!

Fill out your 2020 Census questionnaire online. It's quick, easy and only takes about 10 minutes to complete.

The Edwin Condie Godbold Local History Room houses an outstanding collection of historical and genealogical materials focusing on Selma and Dallas County, Alabama. The collection includes histories, genealogies, periodicals, census records, vertical files, maps and photographs..

Schoolastic Learn at Home program allows kids who are out of school an oppertunity to learn for 3 hours a day. It's free and requires no sign up!


The library takes great pride in being a central part of this Selma and Dallas County community. Your support, whether it is to honor or remember a loved one, or to simply donate to the “greater good” of our area, means that you become a partner in serving the people of Sensational Selma, Alabama with the very best in library services and programs. It is our hope that such enrichment leads to better living for our families