Albion Area Public Library acquires, organizes, and provides open access to information, resources, and services that inspire and help community residents meet their lifelong personal, educational, cultural, vocational, recreational, and professional information needs. The Library, as a leading force in the community, emphasizes local resources, popular materials, and educational enrichment for all ages and abilities.
Housed in the beautiful and historic former rest house of the Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad, the Albion Area Public Library offers a variety of services to patrons of all ages. In addition to a collection of fiction and non-fiction books on virtually every subject, visitors will find an impressive children’s library on the lower level. The history room houses a collection of records and information about local people, places, businesses, and organizations. Free wireless internet service and access to desktop computers are available at the library, also.
Library Director Erin Tate and Assistant Librarians Taylor Billings and Jenny Wilczynski are always ready to help patrons find whatever materials they need.