A Carnegie Library
Monday - Friday; 9am - 7pm
Saturday; 9am - 1pm
154 N. Broadway St.
Shelbyville, IL 62565
The Library offers ancestry library edition, live homework help (tutor.com), zinio digital magazines, DVD & VHS rentals, and more.
A preschool story hour is held on Fridays at 1:00, September through April. The Library hosts a summer reading program for children aged 3 through 12. Information about programming is available at the Library.
Visitors are encouraged to come and enjoy a quiet interlude while viewing fluted pilasters, oak arches, fireplaces and many original furnishings.
Shelbyville's Public Library is of classic French Renaissance design, built with funding provided by Andrew Carnegie, and dedicated in 1905. It is handicapped accessible with many services available for visitors and patrons. For more information and history about the Shelbyville Public Library, visit their website.
The Greater Shelbyville Chamber of commerce
The Greater Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce has a mission to provide positive leadership with the highest standard of integrity. They encourage a strong local economy through business growth and retention with goals to enhance local quality of life through an informed membership and community.
Serving tourism, visitor, and chamber of commerce information for the community of Shelbyville, Shelby County, Lake Shelbyville, and local Kaskaskia River areas.