Hatteras Village Library

57709 Highway 12
Hatteras
NC 27943

Hatteras Village Library

Public LibraryChild Friendly Site

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Hatteras Village Library houses an extensive collection of local research materials, cook books, literature, periodicals, and offers public internet access. The staff is friendly and very helpful. Open Tuesday through Saturday, it's worth noting the hours, as they change slightly through the week:
Tuesday - 10 am - 5:30 pm
Wednesday - 1 pm - 7 pm
Thursday - 10 am - 5:30 pm
Friday - 10 am - 5:30 pm
Saturday - 10 am - 12:30 pm

http://www.earlibrary.org/hatteras/index.html

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We’re the very best place to start looking for information on any subject that interests you. From books to the Internet, we provide expert help to assist you, no matter what you’re looking for! We have over 80,000 titles on just about every subject imaginable including books, magazines, newspapers, large print books, Inter-Library loans, books-on-tape, books-on-CD, videos and DVDs.

We offer databases through NC Live, Learning Express online academic and career practice tests, and Heritage Quest for genealogy research. Other locally available databases include: Ancestry.com – Library Edition; Salem Health, an online medical and health resource; and for children, TumblebookLibrary animated picture books online. We offer public computers and free internet access, as well as wireless access.

We also have computers with educational programs for children to use. Copy and fax service is available as well.

We have scheduled story times for preschoolers on a weekly basis. During the summer, school-aged children can participate in our Summer Reading Program.

Home visits can also be arranged to deliver library materials to persons who are unable to get to the library.

The library has served as a disaster recovery information center after Hurricanes Isabel, Alex, Earl and Irene.

We are here for all our Hatteras Island residents, property owners and visitors.

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The service at the Hatteras Library is exceptional not just in helping patrons find books, hold or flag books regulars love, but it is also an information hub for community organizations, free classes, and children's activities.

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Do you have any genealogy books for David O'Neal b. 1575 married to Morning Dew b. 1575? He was on John Whites ship returning to search for the lost colony.
Sincerely,
Brenda
6forgram@att.net

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We’re the very best place to start looking for information on any subject that interests you. From books to the Internet, we provide expert help to assist you, no matter what you’re looking for! We have over 80,000 titles on just about every subject imaginable including books, magazines, newspapers, large print books, Inter-Library loans, books-on-tape, books-on-CD, videos and DVDs.

We offer databases through NC Live, Learning Express online academic and career practice tests, and Heritage Quest for genealogy research. Other locally available databases include: Ancestry.com – Library Edition; Salem Health, an online medical and health resource; and for children, TumblebookLibrary animated picture books online. We offer public computers and free internet access, as well as wireless access.

We also have computers with educational programs for children to use. Copy and fax service is available as well.

We have scheduled story times for preschoolers on a weekly basis. During the summer, school-aged children can participate in our Summer Reading Program.

Home visits can also be arranged to deliver library materials to persons who are unable to get to the library.

The library has served as a disaster recovery information center after Hurricanes Isabel, Alex, Earl and Irene.

We are here for all our Hatteras Island residents, property owners and visitors.

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The service at the Hatteras Library is exceptional not just in helping patrons find books, hold or flag books regulars love, but it is also an information hub for community organizations, free classes, and children's activities.

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Do you have any genealogy books for David O'Neal b. 1575 married to Morning Dew b. 1575? He was on John Whites ship returning to search for the lost colony.
Sincerely,
Brenda
6forgram@att.net

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