In the early 1900s, the town of Jones was strategically located to take maximum advantage of the railroad for shipping, commuting to work, and traveling to Tulsa or Oklahoma City for shopping and entertainment. Now, visitors can take a drive east from Oklahoma City down Britton Rd and land on Main Street in Jones, Oklahoma, where the Metropolitan Library System has offered library services to the Jones community since 1976. In 1998 the Jones Library exchanged a book mobile for a full service library that still provides services to customers today.
Jones library visitors have access to Wi-Fi and public computers as well as friendly library staff to assist them with all of their library and information needs. The Summer Reading program offers incentives for readers of all ages, and weekly Neighborhood Arts performances in June and July bring entertainment and culture to the community each year.
The Jones Library has exciting an exciting future in the works. Ground breaking for a new, expanded Jones library takes place on August 29, 2015.
Fiction and nonfiction titles for all ages available as hardback or paperback books, magazines, newspapers, books on CD and music CDs, DVDs, Playaways, and more
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Closed 12:30 - 1pm