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Last Updated: Apr 18, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Loussac Renewal Project

Loussac Library Renewal Updates


The stairs are gone and the plaza is being removed. The transformation is happening both outside and inside the library.  


    Support Your Local Library!

    There are many great ways to get involved and help the Library!

    Friends of the Library & Anchorage Library Foundation

    The Anchorage Library Foundation and The Friends of the Library are volunteer-run organizations that support the Anchorage Public Library and its mission to build and sustain a literate community, transform lives through information and knowledge, and enhance Anchorage’s quality of life.

    Donate to the Friends or Foundation.

    Subscribe to the Library Champion e-newsletter to get more involved.

    Material Donation Policy and Procedures


    Volunteers are the heart of the Library! Positions are available at all locations and include assisting with youth programs, clerical work, book sales, special events and other projects.

    For general Information about volunteering at Anchorage Public Libraries, please contact:
    Rick Henderson at 343-2906 or email

    Adult Services needs Programming Volunteers for a variety of programs and events! Events Calendar

    Contact Stacia at 343-2856 or Email: for more information.

    Speak Up!

    Do you love your library? Do you want to share your library love with decision makers and community leaders?

    Click here to learn how to speak up for your library.





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