The Archdale Public Library staff welcomes you to the fastest growing, full service branch within the Randolph County Public Library system. Founded in 1973 by the Archdale City Council, we joined the Randolph County system in 1992.
We are your library, a community library. We urge you to tell your family, friends and co-workers about us. Anyone living in North Carolina with a photo ID and proof of current address can get a card.
We offer big city services while maintaining a family-room feel. One of our biggest supporters is the Archdale Library Friends (ALF). ALF provides money and support for our adult, teen and children programming throughout the year. We urge you to support us by joining ALF. Please ask us how.
Some of the services we provide:
- ALF sponsored programs
- Book break - monthly book discussion group
- Books on CD, tape and MP3
- Electronic databases
- Internet access
- Large print books
- Leadership/small business collection
- Magazines and newspapers
- Meeting room space
- North Carolina books
- Online catalog (randolphlibrary.org)
- Study rooms
- Summer reading program
- Videos and DVDs
- Weekly story times
- Wi-Fi access (wireless hotspot)
You can call us at 336-431-3811. You can also call the Asheboro library toll free (from the Archdale/Trinity area) by using 336-819-3800.