4808 Cass Street
Omaha, NE 68132–3031 (Directions)
Tue, Thur 10 am – 8 pm
Wed, Fri, Sat 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday, Monday CLOSED
Book Drop Location:
Two book drops on the South side of the building at the curb. Free standing
About the Sorensen Branch:
The branch has PACs
(library catalog & Internet), Internet access computers, children's
computers with Internet access and Wireless Internet access.
The library houses a computer lab with eight work stations, a separate
glass-walled teen center with three computer stations, a new window and
window seat in the children’s area, a new service desk, new lighting
and carpeting, and fresh paint. In addition, the east entrance of the
recreation center is now more accessible to handicapped users.
This “lost wax” bronze sculpture entitled “Children Reading on a Log"
is on display inside the A. V. Sorensen Library. The sculpture has been
commissioned in memory of Pam Scott, a former Omaha Public Library
Manager, who passed away in September 2007. Donations for the sculpture
have come from her many friends, coworkers and family and are being
coordinated through the Omaha Public Library Foundation.
About the Building:
The A. V. Sorensen Branch
Library and Recreation Center was opened in 1976.
No Meeting Rooms Available at This Location.