About the Main Library

Main Library FranklinWilliamson County Public Library's (WCPL), Main  Library,  is located on Columbia Avenue one mile south of historic downtown Franklin, Tennessee. The Main Library was organized in 1937, and the current facility opened in 2003.

Goal

The Williamson County Public Library System seeks to meet the recreational, educational, and information needs of county patrons through: a significant collection of digital and print materials housed at a network of county wide locations head-quartered in Franklin; extensive personal computer and related technology; and diverse and interesting programs targeted to various age groups

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    Keep in Touch

    Stay in touch with us by following us on Twitter and Pinterest, liking our Facebook page, or subscribing to one of our website RSS Feeds. Read on...
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    Women and Divorce Series

    Informational seminars with Q&A sessions for women who are navigating the before, during, and after of separation and divorce. Read on...
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    2020 Garden Talk Series Starting Soon

    Coming in February! WCPL is pleased to offer 8 new Garden Talk programs in 2020 presented by the Williamson County Master Gardeners Speakers Bureau. Read on...
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    The Buyers Guide to Diamonds

    Learn all about diamonds! Read on...
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    Women and Divorce Series

    Informational seminars with Q&A sessions for women who are navigating the before, during, and after of separation and divorce. Read on...
  6. Tina Jones Presents The Bostick Family: A Journey to Freedom

    The Bostick Family -- A Journey to Freedom, with Tina Jones

    Local historian and African-American researcher, Tina Jones, will be speaking about her research on the Bostick Family... Read on...
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    Genealogical Research in Tennessee

    "Genealogical Research in Tennessee" is part of the Tennessee Genealogical Society's continuing educational series on researching your Tennessee ancestors. Read on...
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    No Limits STEM Workshops for Girls Registration Open Now

    The WCPLS Children's Department at the Main Branch is collaborating with the Williamson County 4-H to offer STEM workshops in the Activity Room in January. Read on...
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    2020 African American History Month Exhibit - The Bostick Family: A Journey to Freedom

    The African American Heritage Society's 2020 African American Exhibit, THE BOSTICK FAMILY: JOURNEY TO FREEDOM, will be on display during the entire month of February in the Special Collections Department on the seconnd floor. Read on...