Open for a few hours every day but Monday and Friday, the public library in Tenakee offers Internet access, children’s programming and many books and DVDs for check-out. It’s located conveniently on West Tenakee Avenue, above the community center.
Go there to send an email, take the kids to hear a story on Saturday morning, or browse through the robust collection of movies and books.
The library is named for Dermott O’Toole, who moved to Tenakee Springs with his new wife, Dorie, in the summer of 1938. They owned and operated the Snyder Mercantile (which had been established by Dermott’s great uncle in 1899) for more than 40 years.
Tuesday 3 pm – 5 pm
Wednesday 2 pm – 4 pm
Thursday 6 pm – 8 pm
Saturday 10 am – 2 pm
Sunday 2 pm – 4 pm