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Mims/Scottsmoor Public Library

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In the Spotlight at Mims/Scottmoor Library

Book and Bake Sale!
March 23, 24 and 25, 2016.
Click here for more info.

March Book Club selection is
 Orphan Train
by Christina B. Kline.
Click here for details.

Experience the Titanic!
March 31, 2016.
Click here for the chilling details.

Get your antiques appraised
April 6, 2016.
For details, click here.
Acrylic Painting class,
April 7, 2016.
For more info, click here.



The Library has fully equipped Internet access PCs available for public use at no charge for library card holders. A guest pass may be purchased for $1. A specially equipped ADA accessible PC is available. Free WiFi access.

Meeting and Study Rooms

The following meeting rooms are available for public use.  Meeting Room Application and Procedures. To reserve a meeting room, call 264-5080.

Community Room: Maximum capacity of 86 people Features: Projector screen, chairs, tables, kitchen (with assistance), lighting. With prearrangement: sound system, lectern, and microphone

Study Room: A study room is available for public use with a maximum capacity of 6 people. To make a reservation, call 264-5080.

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Mims/Scottsmoor Public Library
3615 Lionel Rd.
Mims, FL 32754
(321) 264-5080
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Mary Toupin, Library Director

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