The Nevis Public Library service falls under the Ministry of Education & Library Services. Two locations form this department, the Central Library in Charlestown and the St. George’s Library in Gingerland. In upholding its motto “Information for Development” the Nevis Public Library Service is committed to the delivery of relevant, comprehensive and timely information to meet the educational, cultural and recreational reading needs of the Nevisian public.

The Library maintains an archive of old documents and newspapers, a Parent Resource Unit, Local History Collection, West Indian Collection, Reserved Book Collection, College Information Section, (as the EducationUSA Advising Center for Nevis), bookbinding service to the public, free wifi access, OPAC (online public access catalogue) and public computers, in addition to its Adult and Children’s circulation stock.

Our programmes include the Annual Summer Environmental Awareness Progamme, SAT Preparation Classes and weekly Pre-School Storytime sessions. Exhibitions in observance of national and international days and milestones are also mounted throughout the year.

The Nevis Public Library Service is devoted to the preservation and transmission of quality resources and the provision of lifelong learning opportunities in support of the development of our society.

Nevis Public Library Hosts “Book Tasting” to mark Black History Month

The Nevis Public Library is hosting a “Book Tasting” starting February 15, 2021, an activity intended to mark Black History Month.

Nevis Public Library in Charlestown moves to temporary location

The Nevis Public Library has been relocated from upstairs the Theodore L. Hobson Court Building in Charlestown to the Slack’s building on Market Street.

EIA for The Lady Pease Villa Development open to public, Nevis Dept. of Physical Planning and Environment says

The following is an announcement from the Department of Physical Planning and Environment regarding an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for The Lady Pease Villa Development at Farm’s Estate.

Libraries remain relevant and necessary today, Nevis’ Minister of Education says

The following is an address by Hon. Vance Amory, Premier of Nevis and Minister of Education in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) for Library Week 2017, from November 5th to 11th.

Healthcare official commends Nevis Public Library for mosquito awareness programme

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (AUGUST 10, 2016) – Medical Officer of Health in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) Dr. Judy Nisbett, commended the Nevis Public Library for its initiative to educate the youth about mosquitos and illnesses they carry.   She was at the time delivering remarks at the opening ceremony of the Nevis Public Library […]

Participants at Nevis Public Library Services’ environmental education programme learn to deal with natural disasters

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (August 10, 2015) — The 26th annual Environmental Education Programme offered by the Nevis Public Library Services for six- to 12-year-old students, will conclude on August 14, 2015. According to Library Technician Glenda Claxton, at the end, participants will be better able to deal with the onslaught of a natural disasters. The […]

Nevis Public Library holds 8th annual International College Fair

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (November 24, 2014) — Students of the Charlestown and Gingerland Secondary Schools are now more aware of colleges and universities they could attend after completing high school.     A number of local, regional and international universities had the opportunity to woo them to their campuses at a college fair on Monday […]

Nevis Public Library announces International College Fair 2014

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (November 07, 2014) –The Nevis Public Library announces its 8th International College Fair on Monday November 17, 2014. It will be held at the St. Paul’s Anglican Parish Hall in Charlestown, Nevis, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.      An invitation is extended to members of the general public to visit […]

Zhanela Claxton Principle Education Officer

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