35 West Main Street
Elsinore, Utah 84724
(435) 527-3306



Located in the basement  of theWhite Rock School

Open hours are Wednesdays 3:00-5:00

Library History

In 1980, 10-year-old Jason Hardman petitioned Elsinore’s mayor for permission to open a library. The library was initially set up in the basement of the town’s public school (the historic town hall building), with 1,000 books. Hardman became the librarian, making him the youngest librarian in the United States. By 1982, the library had 10,000 volumes, which largely came from donations. By 1985, it had 17,000 volumes.