DeQuincy Library

Pictured above are: Karen Alston, Teresa Grove, Lydia Meche, Janet Jordy, and Cathy Billiot.

DeQuincy’s Public Library was begun in 1939 by the DeQuincy Study Club and became a part of the Calcasieu Parish Library System in 1944. The present branch library building at 102 W. Harrison St. was opened in June 1994.

The DeQuincy branch offers a wide selection of books, magazines, reference materials, books on CD, music CDs, DVDs, eBooks, etc. Wireless internet is available at each branch for use with your device. You can print from your phone, iPad or computer.

The Library now has a number of computer terminals available for use in research and accessing the internet. The library’s catalog is also online and patrons may make requests for materials and check on their accounts from their homes.

Hours: Monday through Friday — 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

102 W. Harrison Street, DeQuincy