Director's Notebook

Welcome to the Sulphur Springs Public Library. My name is Hope Cain and I am your Director. Click for more.

From the Director’s Notebook

Hope in Stacks

Welcome to the Sulphur Springs Public Library. My name is Hope Cain and I am your Director.  I am so pleased to be here and working with the wonderful staff.  Karmon, Lolitha, Omar, Dillon and I are all here to serve you.  We also partner with the downtown area and local businesses by implementing programs to better our community.

The St. Clair Music Box collection is a fascinating piece of local history with many one-of-a-kind boxes from around the world, in recognition of Mr. Leo St. Clair’s love of music boxes. L.M. (Buddy) and  Katie Sinclair have collected a history of their lives from 1915 childhood to marriage and the hardships of World War II.  Mrs. Sinclair has graciously donated many items of substantial worth and of sentimental value chronicling her life including framed photos and artifacts, menus, letters, medals, tickets, traveling memorabilia, articles and  an assortment of books, some of which she wrote herself.

Sulphur Springs Public Library has a large collection of the newest fiction releases in hardcover, large print and audio.   There is also an extensive nonfiction, reference and biography section that awaits the inquisitive patron.  The designated place for the children’s library is filled with books, audio books, graphic novels, audio books, DVDs, computers and a story time room complete with a large Puppet Theater.  There is also a teen area with fiction books, audio books, music, nonfiction and study guides.  There is even a checkers/chess table and diner booths for a comfy place to lounge.  The library offers programs for all ages, so find a cool place to hang out and read.

All these services are nothing without you.  The Sulphur Springs Public Library is a focal point for community education, we want to preserve local history and bring people together to build good citizens and foster thoughtful communities.