Pigeon Forge Public Library
Pigeon Forge Library
Marcia Nelson, Director
2449 Library Drive
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
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PFPL participates in one of the most popular events in Pigeon Forge each year: Wilderness Wildlife Week. It's open to the public and completely free! Wilderness Wildlife Week will run January 24 - January 31, 2015 at the LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge. Wilderness Wildlife Week is made up of exhibits, performances, workshops, classes, walks and talks that are both informative and entertaining. These programs celebrate the features, creatures, history, and cultures of our region. Wilderness Wildlife Week offers activities for all ages and brings thousands of nature lovers to Pigeon Forge each year.
For music lovers there are different musical presentations each day which will highlight the Appalachian region. You can listen to old-time mountain ballads, hymns, bluegrass, and traditional mountain instruments. Local musicians featured this year include Roger Helton, Ray Ball, Don Huskey, and the Wilson Family Gospel Singers. Children will also be able to enjoy Wilderness Wildlife Week through informative and activity-filled workshops where they can learn more about nature in unique and fun ways.
Programs typically start each day at 8:00 a.m. and run until around 7:30 p.m. when the day's keynote program starts. You are welcome to come and go as you please between the exhibits and programs. One could argue that the only bad part of Wilderness Wildlife Week is that it's impossible to see every program because there are so many wonderful selections to choose from! Contact the library at 865-429-7490 ext.11 for more information on Wilderness Wildlife Week.
The Pigeon Forge Public Library is a member of the Clinch River Regional Library System and part of the Tennessee State Library & Archives Regional library system. It is not a part of the Sevier County Library System.
Pigeon Forge Public Library has a variety of materials available for check out- including books, audio books, movies, and CDs. In addition, we offer paperbacks that may be borrowed or swapped without a library card, and magazines and newspapers to read within the library. Free internet access is available via wi-fi and patron computers. To view our computer policy click here.
To apply for a library card you will need to fill out an application and bring it to the library, along with a photo ID or other proof of residency. Click here to download an application.
PFPL participates in the Inter-Library Loan program with other Tennessee libraries. If you are looking for a book that we do not have or cannot purchase, we can borrow it from another library in Tennessee if it is available.
Click here to view information about our Online Book Club
Directions to the library:
- In Pigeon Forge, turn at stoplight 2B--Community Center Drive (all lights are numbered)
Go 1/8 mile and turn right onto Library Drive.
Turn left into the parking lot of the Pigeon Forge Library and Community Center.
Hours of Operation:
9 AM--6 PM - Monday
8 AM--6 PM - Wednesday * Friday
8 AM--8 PM - Tuesday * Thursday
9 AM--5 PM - Saturday
Closed - Sunday
Book & Video drops are available for after-hour service.