Mid-Continent Public Library is a consolidated library district and tax-supported political subdivision that serves nearly 800,000 people in the greater Kansas City metro area. The Library is governed by a 12-member Board of Trustees, which includes four representatives from each of the three counties in its district—Clay, Jackson, and Platte. For over 50 years, MCPL has been striving to provide customers with the best possible library experience.
MCPL Hosts ‘Woodneath Homecoming Weekend’ Aug. 12 & 13 | August 9, 2022
MCPL Announces Plans for Grain Valley Branch | August 5, 2022
Library’s Annual Romance Convention Returns August 4–6 | July 12, 2022
MCPL Lee’s Summit Branch Reopens After Year of Construction | June 15, 2022
Mid-Continent Public Library planning new Grain Valley branch | August 8, 2022
One Tank Trips: Midwest Genealogy Center | August 5, 2022
Library's annual romance convention Aug. 4-6 | July 15, 2022