Snow Branch Library (Closed)
Originally named the Princeton Branch because of its location, the Snow Branch of the Dearborn Public Libraries is located in west Dearborn, just off of Telegraph Road. The library was renamed in 1962 after Clara Snow, one of the founders of the city's library system. The Snow Branch began with a collection of just 6,500 books, but has now grown to house more than 59,000 books, videocassettes, CDs, books on tape and even puppet-making kits. The library is also known for its extensive programming for young adults, including the popular Teen Read program. For more information, visit the Dearborn Public Library website.
- Hours: Mon, Tue, 12:30pm - 8:30pm; Wed 10:30am - 5:30pm; Thu, Sat, 12:30pm - 5:30pm; Fri, Sun, closed
- Handicap Accessible: Street level access
- Founding Date: January 17, 1960
- Size of collection: 59,591
- Specialties: Mango Languages allows library users to learn foreign languages for free, offering materials to help library users learn English.
- Services: Audiobooks, Movies, Music CDs, Research databases
- Internet use policy: Free Wi-Fi for library members and free internet use on library computers
- Programs/classes: Teen Read program, preschool story hours, computer literacy classes
- Wi-Fi: Free