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The mission of the American Fork Library is threefold: to meet the information needs of our citizens, to provide a rich environment to encourage reading in our children and to improve the quality of life with recreational reading materials.


The American Fork Library selects the following roles (in priority order):

Reference and Independent Learning Center (actively meets the needs of the community for timely, accurate information in their pursuit of job-related, personal interest, and educational objectives).

Children’s Door to Learning (encourages children to discover the excitement of learning and explore a wide range of educational opportunities, programs, and services, including pre-school activities).

Popular Materials Library (emphasizes providing high interest, popular materials in a variety of formats for persons of all ages).

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Library Memories

Thanks for sharing your memories of the American Fork Library for National Library Week! Here are a few:

I remember taking my own children to the "old" library for stories and crafts. We helped transfer books out of it in the book chain, and made tiles for the tile wall in the Children's Library. Now I bring my grandchildren for storytime. ~Sandy

In the old library (late 70's or early 80's) I was perusing the stacks and I swear I saw Robert Redford looking at books in the fiction section! I know, to this day, it had to be him. ~Karma

I loved how kind the librarians were to me. ~Noah

I remember people making tiles for the new library at the warehouse library.

One evening I just HAD to get out of the house and ended up on the floor of the children's section in the library basement choosing books to take home to those I was escaping! ~Karma


Looking for book group recommendations, a monthly reading challenge, or an online book group? Sign in to your Goodreads account and join the American Fork Library group.

April's monthly challenge is to read a book that has to do with Spring. This could be a book with a gardening theme, or a book about rebirth. We'd love to see what you're reading, and hear your ideas of books that fit this theme!

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The Bryan McKay Eddington Learning Center will be open for anyone needing help with school assignments, reading and other learning skills.

Located in the basement of the Library.

Open Monday - Thursday from 3:00 - 6:00 pm  during regular school days

Contact Diana at 801-492-3593 during learning center hours


Hey Kids!

Join the TRIPLE C (Cool Cats Club) and celebrate a year-long Birthday Bonanza.

Click on the paw for more information and some Cool Cat reviews!

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64 South 100 East
American Fork, UT

Fax: 801-763-3073

Monday - Thursday
9am - 9pm
Friday - Saturday
10am - 6pm

(Library Closed)
 Memorial Day May 26
Sheena Parker

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