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Learn more about the Friends of Keene Memorial Library initiatives on this site.


About Us

The Friends of Keene Memorial Library exists to inspire the community to fully utilize Keene Memorial Library facilities and resources, provide supplemental support, and encourage life-long learning.

The original Fremont Public Library was built in 1903 on the corner of Military and Park avenues, where the Runza restaurant is now. It was one of the first of 68 Carnegie libraries in Nebraska.  This library was built when Fremont had a population of 8,700.

Contact the Friends of Keene Memorial Library

Get in touch with us to learn more about our work and find out how you can get involved! We appreciate your support!

1030 N Broad St, Fremont, NE 68025, USA

(402) 727-2694


Faith Perry Award

Denise Kay - Friends Board President & Volunteer

The Faith Perry Award was presented to Denise Kay for the year 2023. Denise has dedicated so much of her time the past few years to leading the Friends board as President and was instrumental in the opening of the Book Nook. Thank you, Denise!

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