Developing a body of material that historians can use to
research Questa history to bolster our own sense of community.
A new resource for Questa Library patrons – download books to to your computer or handheld device for free! Using your Questa Library card, you can now check out books and music from home.
Get started right now. Go to this page, choose Questa Public Library and enter your library card number – that’s the number on the back of your card (with all those zeros). If you’ve lost your card, you can call the library at 575 586 2023 and we’ll look it up for you.
That’s it! Search and browse to see what’s available. Add to Cart and Proceed to Checkout to finish the process (remember, it’s all free!).
Digital books will disappear from your device after two weeks. For helpful videos, go here.
The Questa Public Library provides open and equal access to diverse information and supports lifelong learning and reading as well as economic development for all citizens of the Village and surrounding communities.
The library creates a sense of place that reflects the culture of northern Taos County, welcomes the community, and inspires our citizens to learn and grow. In our challenging economic times, a Questa Public Library card provides free access this wide range of resources for adults, teens, and children. We invite all residents of northern Taos County to visit and use our facility.
El Portal is a collection of databases that provide free access anytime to resources that are otherwise unavailable for free on the Internet. This includes newspapers, magazine and journal articles, and reference books such as encyclopedias. Materials are available for all age ranges and interests. “El Portal” is administered by the New Mexico State Library.
Monday – Saturday Noon to 5 pm
6 1/2 Municipal Park Road,
Questa, NM 87556
Your Library is located just off Route 522 next to the Questa Youth and Family Center and just north of the Questa Health Center.
As we purchase materials and receive donations, room needs to be made for more books. We use a process called “weeding” to remove old, dirty, or never-been-checked-out books. In areas where information changes quickly, we weed aggressively. These books and duplicates end up for sale.
Currently, we are selling hardback books for $1 and paperbacks for 50¢! There are great bargains waiting for you to snap up.
Most used children’s books are free. Look for the box in the children’s area. Adult sale materials are in the book case near the entrance door.