Hours of Operation:
53 South Main Street, Suite A
Greensburg, LA 70441
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Audubon Regional Library is a two-parish system, which serves as the public library for St. Helena and East Feliciana parishes.
It provides books, magazines, movies and books on tape for St. Helena residents. New books are prominently displayed.
Patrons can check the catalog for the system and branch holdings at The Audubon Library .
Audubon Regional Library provides free public access computers with high speed Internet access at the Branch Library in Greensburg.
Patrons use the computers to job hunt, access government services online and keep up with email. Students use the computers to complete school research and prepare school papers.
The St. Helena Branch Library sponsors children’s programs year round. The summer reading program that brings in national artists, crafts and story time.
The Library works with local schools to sponsor the Louisiana Young Readers Choice contest in the fall.
The Friends of the Library sponsor adult programs and speakers and work to develop the genealogy collection.
Audubon Regional Library holds frequent computer classes and is part of a statewide program checking out laptops to patrons.
The Library can borrow books for adults from other branches, around the state, and nationally.
The Library charges $1.00 a page to receive or send a fax.
If you are having someone fax to you, please call the Library to alert staff a fax is coming for you and tell staff how to reach you when it does.
The library has a scanner available to the public, and a copy machine.