To be the center in our community for learning, the place people choose to explore ideas, learn the power of information and the pleasure of reading.
Barron Library was established in 1930 by the LaBelle Woman's Club. It was a small reading room in the entrance of the clubroom at the old Everett Hotel in LaBelle. The first purchase for the library was a set of encyclopedias. Mrs. E.E. Edwards, a Woman's Club member, was the first librarian. By 1965 Barron Library had a new location and was also seperated from the Woman's Club, gaining its own status as LaBelle Free Public Library, Inc. Today Barron Library still sits on the Caloosahatchee River inviting patrons to come in and use our free internet access, including free Wi-Fi, and encouraging people to come in, relax, and read a book.
461 N Main St, La Belle (FL), 33935, United States