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The Brookville Branch Library is temporarily CLOSED and will reopen on Tuesday, November 10, 2020.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The food distribution program will happen as planned.

Our 2020-2025 Stategic Plan
DML Magazine Summer 2020
Imagination Library

Brookville Branch Library


Free Meal Pickup Schedule
WEDNESDAYS, 4:30 - 5:30 pm (Learn More)

Key Facility Amenities

  • Free public computers with internet access
  • Free Wi-Fi + Tablet/Laptop Tech Lending
  • Printers and Copiers with Fax and Scanner
  • A Quiet Reading Room + Vending Machines
  • Children’s area with Interactive Technology inspired by a "Minds in Motion" theme
  • Digital Learning Tools for Kids 2 - 8 (AWE)
  • Designated teen area with gaming equipment
  • Test proctoring (with advance notice to Branch Manager)


Branch Manager, Elaine Lindstrom

After getting her library degree from the University of Texas, Ms. Lindstrom joined the Dayton Metro Library in 1985 as a reference librarian at the Main Library. She has served as Brookville Branch Manager since 1992. She loves to read mysteries and has led a mystery book discussion group at the Branch since 2000.

Staff - Branch Highlight

There are eight full and part time staff members and five library aides at the Brookville Branch. The staff offers special support for early literacy assistance through weekly baby, toddler, and preschool Storytimes. There is an emphasis on STEM programming for school age children and teens through LEGO robotics and coding programs. The Brookville Branch staff offers technological assistance with one-on-one training on laptops and tablets, as well as group classes on different aspects of technology.

Community Connection

The Brookville Branch Library has developed many community partnerships. Children’s Librarians visit the local schools, Little Angels Preschool, and Brookville Head Start. Many classes visit the Library regularly, because the elementary school is within walking distance. The Teen Librarian makes presentations to classes and leads monthly book discussions at the middle and high schools, in addition to having weekly programs for teens at the Library. The Library stays connected to the business community through partnerships with Brookville Chamber of Commerce.

Your Library

Brookville’s first library was founded in 1917, when a group of citizens formed the Brookville Library Association. In 1936, the Dayton Public Library took over management of the library collection and Brookville became the first county branch. The current facility opened to the public in August, 2016. “The Visitors” sculpture from the former building was moved to the new location, and four new works of art were created for the new Library.

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