Tishomingo, Oklahoma

Johnston County Library

Contact Us

Johnston County Library
116 West Main St, Tishomingo, OK 73460

Phone: (580) 371-3006

Fax (580) 371-0042

E-mail: tishomingo@southernoklibrarysystem.org

Michael Henthorn, Branch Manager

Call about Library Programs!


Monday - Thursday
11:30 AM - 5:30 PM
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM


The Johnston County Library is located downtown on the southeast corner of Neshoba & Main Street.

Events and Resources

Cooking on a Budget Series JC Flyer SRP 2024

Cooking on a Budget

For Teens and Adults
Join the Johnston County Library for a series on how to cook on a budget. Amanda Cox from the OSU Extension Service will provide tips on making the most of food items from the dollar store and will demonstrate easy, simple recipes each week. This 3-week program will take place on Tuesday, July 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 1:00 PM. It's perfect for teens who want to learn how to cook for themselves while on a budget, as well as for adults trying to cook while trying to save money on groceries. Most recipes will cost under $5, although a few may go up to $10 depending on what items attendees have at home. Samples will be provided for each session, along with the recipes. Call to sign up.
Internet Safety JCL Flyer SRP 2024 Updated

Internet Safety Presentation

At Murray State College AG Science Auditorium
Join Johnston County Library on Thursday, July 25th at 6:30 PM to learn about internet safety with Officer Ashley Hanks and Chief Shannon Smith from the Tishomingo Police Department. Parents, guardians, and community members ages 18 and up are welcome to attend. This program will be held at the AG Science Auditorium located at Murray State College, 1 Murray Campus Dr in Tishomingo, OK, and is free and open to the public.
Medieval Monsters JCL Flyer 2024

Medieval Monsters

For Ages 18 and Up
Learn about monsters from our fascinating past at the Johnston County Library on Thursday, August 8th at 6:30 PM by Dr. Rebecca Jacobs-Pollez who will present an interesting and informative lecture on medieval monsters. Ancient and medieval people believed that beyond the boundaries of the known world lived many exotic races of men with differing physical appearances and social practices. We might recognize pygmies and giants, but not the Blemmyae, men with faces in their chests, or the Panotii, whose long ears reach the ground and could be used as blankets. The existence of these “monstrous races” generated theological questions.
Annual Wand Making Party JCL Flyer 2024

Annual Wand Making Party

For Ages 10 - 18
Calling all wizards! You are invited to the Johnston County Library's annual Harry Potter-themed party on Friday, August 9th at 2:30 PM. At the event, guests can learn how to make wands, and all necessary supplies will be provided by the library. Reservations are required; spots are limited.