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Walker Library is located in the heart of Uptown Minneapolis. Service to area neighborhoods began in 1911, when the library opened at 2901 Hennepin Avenue South. In the 1970s, it moved across the street to an underground location on the northwest corner of Hennepin and Lagoon avenues. A new library built above ground on the same site opened in 2014. The library is named after T.B. Walker (1840-1928), Library Board president, art collector and local businessman.
Library building project information
2880 Hennepin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55408
An open call for artists for the Walker Library One Percent for Art public art project will run from March 31 – May 1.
Join 12 libraries celebrating diverse books, languages and cultures with fun activities, art exhibits and more in English and Spanish.
Now available through Hennepin County Library, learning resource lynda.com offers over 3,000 interactive video courses taught by experts.
Changes to OverDrive video collections and our TV show DVD purchasing practices have brought new watching options for you.
Join these volunteers who work closely with library staff to raise awareness of library services, raise funds, and plan programs and events.