300 McIntosh Street
Beverly, OH 45715
P.O. Box 728
Beverly, OH 45715
Manager: Susan Chipps
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am-2:00 pm
Built in 1967, the Lyman-Pomeroy Beverly Public Library serves the northwestern corner of Washington County. The Beverly Library grew out of a small library established by the WPA in 1936 and was originally housed in a local school. The current building was built with funds from the Lyman Pomeroy estate and Appalachia grants. The library has convenient parking at the front and side doors and is fully handicapped accessible.
The Beverly Public Library has over 38,000 items in its collection of books, audio books, movies, music CDs, and magazines. As with all Washington County Public Libraries, the Beverly Library has public access computers with printing capabilities, free wi-fi, a photocopy machine, and offers fax service. In addition, the library has a book magnifier for use by the visually impaired and an Ellison dye-cut machine. The library also has a large meeting room available for public use.
The Beverly Library offers a variety of programs for both children and adults. In addition to regularly scheduled programs, the library also offers special programs throughout the year highlighted by the Summer Reading Program. Check the Event Calendar to see what programs are currently being offered.
If you have questions about programming, contact the Beverly Public Library at 740-984-4060.
Regularly Scheduled Programs
Story Time - A fun-filled hour of stories, movies, crafts, games, and a snack. For children ages 2 - 5. Story Time is held the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 11:00 a.m. A parent or caregiver is requested to remain with the children during the program.