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Library Phone Numbers
(850) 279-4863
Ext 1500
Ext 1504
Youth Services
Ext 1514
Ext 1501

Library Hours
Tuesday / Thursday: 9am - 8pm
Wednesday / Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 2pm
Sunday / Monday /
Some Holidays: Closed


What's Happening @ Your Library?


April Library Celebrations:

Come Celebrate With Us! D.E.A.R - Drop Everything and Read Month
National Library Week - April 10-16, 2016
National Library Workers Day - April 12, 2016
Money Smart Week - April 23-30, 2016

AARP Tax Assistance

April 15th is just around the corner! AARP volunteers will be here in the library to assist anyone in need of tax preparation. By appointments only - sign up book is located at the Reference Desk or call us at 279-4863 x 1504. The schedule is:Sat. 9am - 1pm; Wed. 9am - 1pm; Fri. 9am - 4pm

Library Closures:

The Library will be closed on Thursday, April 21 for our Annual City of Niceville Employee Picnic and also on Friday, April 29 for County-wide Library Training Day.

Scrabble Anyone?

Do you enjoy playing Scrabble? The Niceville Public Library will be set up with Scrabble boards for the adult community to play and enjoy on Wednesday, April 6 & 21 beginning at 9:30 a.m. So bring your friends or come on your own and join in the fun! For further information please phone 279-4863 x 1504.

Legos @ the Library

Friday, April 15 from 4 - 5 pm for ages 7 - 12 in our Youth Services program room. Space is limited so registration is required. Please sign up in Youth Services or call 279-4863 x1514.

Book Club Girls' Edition

This program will be on Saturday, April 9 at 10 - 12 noon. For girls ages 9 - 12 years. To insure we have ample supplies for everyone, please register in YS or call to reserve your seat 279-4863 x1514. Registration is required.

Color Yourself Calm!

Tuesday, April 26 @ 6:30-7:30 pm in the Niceville Public Library. Supplies will be provided as well as light refreshments and relaxing music. Space is limited so registration is required. This free program is for adults ages 18 and up. Call 850-279-4863 x 1504 or email Lora @

Teen Space

Make your voice heard! The library Teen Advisory Council is looking for new members to help plan programs for the Teen Space! Here's your chance to share your ideas, plan teen programs and meet new friends. Plus, you can earn community service hours for Bright Futures Scholarships. Remember every Tuesday is Quiet/Study day in the Teen Space. Program Ideas? Stop by The Teen Office or e-mail Ms. Karen at
Fri., April 1 - Teen Advisory Meeting @ 2:30 pm
Wed., April 20 - Teen Outdoor Get Together @ 3pm
Fri., April 22 - Popcorn and Movie @ 2:30 pm
Wed., April 28 - Wii Gaming @ 2:30 pm


We all know that children love to move, make noise, and get creative. Children also love a good story. So... why not combine the two? And reading or telling a story as an introduction to a yoga sequence is a comfortable way for children to prepare for something new and helps provide a visual to engage them in creative movement. Youth Services will provide a program for children ages 3 - 5 in the Youth Services program room on Saturday, April 23 at 10:30 am and a program for children ages 6 - 12 on Tuesday, April 26 at 6:00 pm.

Storytelling & Folksinging for the Family

Legendary folksinger, storyteller, and autoharp virtuoso, Adam Miller, will perform a free concert of traditional American folksongs and autoharp instrumentals at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 4, 2016 in the Niceville Community Center. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Call the Niceville Public Library @ 850-279-4863 x1504.

Local Christian Author Discussion and Booksigning

Marilyn Turk will discuss her new book, The Gilded Curse and share her journey in becoming a published author. This free library program will be held in the Niceville Library on Wednesday, April 13 @ 10:30 a.m. Seating is limited. Please call the Library at 279-4863 x1504 or email Lora at to reserve a seat. Copies of her books will be available for purchase before and after the program.

Baby Bookworms

This lapsit program consists of music, stories and rhymes especially chosen to build the bond between you and your child. The program is suited for children from birth to age 3. Please meet in YS program room 9:30 for Prewalkers, and 10:30 for Walkers on Thursday. April 7, 14, & 28.

Family Movie

Come join us on Saturday, April 16 in the YS program room at 10:30 am.

Children's Storytime

Storytime for children ages 3 - 5 years will be held on Wednesdays and Fridays @ 10:30 am.
April 1 - April Fool's Day and Silly Stories
April 6 & 8 - Zoo Week
April13 & 15 - National Library Week
April 20 & 22 - Earth Week
April 27 - Poetry Week

Shelves to Shores

The Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance (CBA) and Niceville Library partner for "From Shelves to Shores: Winter Reading Challenge." Once a month, CBA will host an activity for children at the Niceville Library. Come to the Niceville Public Library every second Thursday and fourth Saturday for an hour of fun. We will learn about the bay and all of the animals that live there! We will meet on Thursday, April 14 @ 4 - 5 pm and Saturday, April 30 @ 11 - 12 noon. Recommended for ages 6 and up.

Reading Education Assistance Dogs

Reading is a wonderful opportunity for a child to build his or her imagination and begin to build skills for his or her future. Libraries are a wonderful resource, and Therapy Dogs can be a great way to help children discover how much fun their local library can be. Over time your child's reading ability and confidence can improve, which will make them enjoy reading even more. Registration is required. Please sign up in YS program room. Reading will be on Tuesday, April 19 @ 4 - 6 pm.

April Art Display

Local artist Corina Zalace will be on display the month of April. She takes feathers, one of nature's great achievements and creates beautiful works of art. Corina has won awards for her unique contemporary-abstract artwork. She is also a local published author. Please stop by and check out her artwork.

Compatibility Cheat Sheat
Overdrive Collection funded in part by Friends of the Niceville Library.