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The Cannon County Library System consists of The Dr. & Mrs. J.F. Adams Memorial Library and Auburntown Branch. Adams Memorial Library and Auburntown Branch have many items and services to serve Cannon County's residents. Both libraries offer books, inter-library loans, faxes, audio books, movies, genealogy department, tax forms, computers, programs, and WI-FI. Library cards are FREE to those living in the library's service area. In most cases, borrowing privileges are granted on the spot with proper identification.We require you to present a valid photo ID with a current and correct address. If you are experiencing problems with the website, please contact the library at (615) 563-5861 or email

  • If you are having problems viewing our online card catalog using a Apple product. Please use the link below to browse, search, and reserve items.
    Card Catalog for Apple Products
  • How the Marketplace Works...
    Learn how the health care law affects you at The official site of the Health Insurance Marketplace. See your health insurance choices.
  • Bookclub Meeting
    Adult Book Club meets April 7, 2014 at 6:30 P.M. at the Adams Memorial Library. Starting back in April with the group discussing "The Girl With The Pearl Earring". Books are chosen by the members of the bookclub. There are no fees and we have refreshments are provided by members on a rotating basis. We invite all interested patrons or those just wanting additional information to contact Rosemary Gunn at 615-563-5861 or visitl

  • Jennings Community Room is available for gatherings which are free and open to the public to attend. There is no charge,but a refundable $75 deposit is required. Consider having your next meeting here at the library.
  • Quiet Zones
    By the request of many patrons, we will be having "quiet zones” for study and peaceful reading or thought in the computer lab area, at the central study area, and in the genealogy area.
  • E-Book Checkouts are Booming!
    Borrow an e-book from your library! E-books are available to be downloaded to a number of popular e-reader devices, including the Kindle, Nook, as well as the iPad ,and smart phone devices.  More information here...
  • Inclement Weather Guidelines
    View the library's inclement weather closing policy here...