A public library has been in operation within New Market since 1974, with the library formerly being located on S. Congress Street (pictured below).  2008 saw the completion of the current New Market Area Library.  A green building, it was constructed from 150 year old brick, re-purposed pine beams and trim, corn fiber carpets, low VOC paints, pervious concrete for sidewalks and parking areas, a gavalum roof, Hardie Plank trim and a rain garden.

The New Market Area Library is open seven day a week and is staffed entirely by volunteers.  They offer books for adults and children, large print books, DVDs, books on CD, public access computers, wi-fi, and various programs of interest throughout the year.  Additional materials and resources can be found at the Shenandoah County Library, located in Edinburg.

The former New Marker Area Library - 9417 S. Congress Street

The former New Marker Area Library – 9417 S. Congress Street