THE Espanola PUBLIC LIBRARY is a non-profit, tax-supported
institution which serves the citizens of Espanola and the
surrounding areas. Established in 1915 by the Espanola
Women's Club and Library Association, the Library is
currently housed in the Richard L. Lucero Center, which
also houses the community gym, public swimming pool, and
weight training facility.
With approximately 48,000 titles, including books, audio
cassettes, and video cassettes, the basic objective of the
Espanola Public Library is the
provision of books and materials which aid the individual
in pursuing education, research, general information, and
creative use of leisure time.