We offer a wide variety of fiction by popular authors, classics, children’s, large print, and audio; non-fiction for a large number of topics; autobiographies and biographies in books and audio.
There is a section on Arkansas and other reference books.
Newspapers and magazines and nice sitting areas to enjoy them.
The library is home to approximately 1,400 movies that are available to the patrons of the library.
Internet services are available at no charge. The computers are set up for internet use and for use of programs such as Word.
Fax service is also available.
Who We Are
The Fairfield Bay Library is an independent non-profit library that serves the Fairfield Bay community, the surrounding areas and the vacation and timeshare visitors. It operates on membership fees, donations and grants. We run several fundraisers during the year
We are the only library in Arkansas with such a large number of volunteers. The volunteers work daily with the director and back office volunteer staff. The volunteers are part of what makes this such a great library.
Monday: 1 - 4 pm
Tuesday: 1 - 4 pm
Wednesday: 10 am - 5 pm
Thursday: 1 - 4 pm
Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am to 12:30 pm
We are holding a month long paperback book sale during March. All books are 50 cents. Selection varies daily as we bring out new titles to replace what we have sold.
April - we will sell cookbooks. Details to follow.
Did you know the Library has an Art Gallery?
We do...local artists with the NCAAL (North Central Arkansas' Artist League) display their work on our walls on a rotating display. March and April features Bonnie Hookman, a local resident.
Stop by during our open hours and look at her work. Some pieces are for sale if you see something you like.