Support Your Library with Amazon purchases!

By using Amazon, your online purchases will help support the library. Not only can you buy items for back to school or a book the library does not have, but you can buy other items, such as furniture. Simply click here or click on the image above to shop through Amazon, and a portion of the proceeds with benefit your library.


Katrina Black & White exhibit closes today

A collection of astounding photos of the damage after Katrina taken by Bay St. Louis native LaChina Tillman Ozment are currently on display through August 31 at the Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library and the Waveland Public Library. Stop by and see some never before seen photos of what Katrina did.

Escape the Ordinary is theme of Adult Summer Reading Program

Escape the Ordinary is the theme for this year's Adult Summer Reading Program. To see more about the program, click here or call 467-5282 for more info.


New Kiln history book to be featured

Historian Dan Ellis has updated his book on Kiln with Kiln Kountry. The author and book will be featured at the next Authors & Characters @ Your Library Tuesday, September 1 at 11:45 a.m. at the Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library.  Lunch is available for $10 payable at the door. Reservations required. Call 467-5282 to hold your spot.

Library provides digital literacy classes

The library has partnered with Mississippi State to provide digital literacy classes. These classes include basic computer use, Facebook, Microsoft Word, Excel, and much more. If you or your business are interested in these classes, call 467-5282. To see a list of upcoming classes, click here.


Check out your favorite magazines digitally

The library now offers more than 140 magazine subscriptions on iPads at each branch. You can see your favorite magazines, along with back issues. The iPads are available for checkout and use inside the library. Some of the magazines include People,  Better Homes, Sports Illustrated, and more. Just ask at the Customer Service Desk.