John F. Germany Public Library
900 N. Ashley Dr.
Tampa, Florida 33602-3704
Florida History & Genealogy Library - 4th Floor
More About The John F. Germany Library
The 140,000 square foot John F. Germany Public Library serves as the reference hub and resource center for all citizens of Hillsborough County, and as the flagship library of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library system.
Professional staff are here to provide you with timely, accurate answers to your basic information requests and to facilitate your in-depth research-whether for school, business or personal projects. The John F. Germany Public Library is home to several comprehensive research tools and local history collections.
The John F. Germany Library also serves as the local branch library for the downtown area and surrounding communities by offering popular materials such as bestsellers, music, videos, audio books, and more to customers of all ages.
Our computer labs and PCs provide a supportive environment for electronic access and learning. Meeting rooms of varying sizes are available for public use.
A variety of fun and educational programs for children and adults are presented throughout the year. These events and classes are designed to increase research and computer skills, facilitate information access, and foster the love of reading.
For art lovers, a permanent art collection enhances the ambience of the environment, including the Bella Apollonia sculpture, and rotating exhibits in the Louise & Arnold Kotler Art Gallery on the second floor, exhibits the work of local and regional artists.
If you like books and bargains, visit Grover's Corners, the Friends of the Library Bookstore, located on the first floor.
September 4 - November 3, 2018
Roots/Raices by the Coalition of Hispanic Artists and La Asociación de Fotografos de la Bahia de Tampa
In partnership with the Coalition of Hispanic Artists and La Asociación de Fotografos de la Bahia de Tampa, the Louise & Arnold Kotler Art Gallery presents the exhibit Roots/Raices. Exploring the theme of identity, the artists depict images from their country of origin and their culture through paint and photography. We celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, by sharing these diverse images of cultural identity and by providing a voice for their artistry in various mediums and cultural genres.
Please join us to meet the artists and to enjoy light refreshments on Saturday, October 20th, 2018 from 2 - 4 p.m.