Delray Beach Public Library


Mon - Wed: 9AM - 8PM
Thurs - Sat: 9AM - 5PM
Sun (Sept - May): 1PM - 5PM

The Library is now open Monday-Friday from 9 - 5. Get your virtual library card here to access our great digital resources. Please see new SAFETY GUIDELINES .



The Summer Food Service Program begins June 5, 2018. Lunch is served from 11am to 12pm. Snacks served from 2pm to 4pm. Children through age 18 are eligible for nutritious lunch and snack at no charge. No application necessary.

Are you 16-30 years old looking for a career path? Enroll now in our FREE web design and coding class for women and girls. You will learn how to write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and create your own web page. No experience needed. Classes meet weekly for ten weeks, starting

Join us for an unforgettable night of Creole Folk Music with vocalist ADA, at 6 pm on Tuesday, May 15. Her debut single and video “Defile” was released in November 2015 fused with influences from Bob Marley, Roberta Flack, Amy Winehouse, and world music artists such as Emeline Michel and Boukman

Wednesday, May 23rd | 2:00pm An award-winning documentary about how the world’s children go to school, by French filmmaker, Pascal Plisson. This discussion is free and open to the public.  We just ask that you register in advance. Discussion to follow with our librarian, Isabella Rowan, who will travel to Kenya in

Wednesday, May 9th | 2:00pm Isabella, our Programs and Volunteer Manager, is going to Kenya to deliver library books to villages and schools in the bush.  What will that be like?  Find out when you read “The Camel Bookmobile” by Masha Hamilton and then join her for an engaging discussion in

Whether it’s a house or a car, college tuition or groceries — it’s always about money. As your partner in lifelong learning, Delray Beach Public Library is pleased to bring you this series of financial literacy classes to help you manage your financial present and future.  You will also have an

LUCKY  (2017) Directed by John Carrol Lynch Starring: Harry Dean Stanton, David Lynch, Ron Livingston, Beth Grant, and James Darren. Harry Dean Stanton, who passed away last year only a couple of weeks before the opening of Lucky, had “America” writ large on his lean face, all bone-hollows and shadow. His was the

Nevertheless She Persisted: don’t miss this special film screening and discussion for Women’s History Month.  Suffragette is a stirring historical drama, inspired by true events, that inspires all who struggle for equality in our own day and age.  Discussion will follow with very special guest, Dr. Johanna Neuman, historian, journalist,

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 | 6:00pm Large Meeting Room FREE Margot Cheel is a pilot, aerial photographer, author, and a woman who proves that the sky is the limit! The 20-year member of The Ninety-Nines, the international organization of women pilots founded by Amelia Earhart, will talk about women in aviation, aerial photography, and

Saturday, March 10, 2018 | 2pm Auditorium FREE Registration requested   Critically-acclaimed, award-winning crime fiction author, Brad Parks, will talk about his new stand alone thriller, Closer Than You Know — hot off the press in 2018. He is the only author to win the Shamus, Nero, and Lefty Awards, three of crime fiction’s most prestigious