Various exhibitions are on display throughout the year at both the Downtown and Centennial Library. These exhibits are always free and are open to the public at the same hours as the library.  

Coming November 17--Winston Churchill: A Legacy of Leadership. On loan from the National Churchill Museum and underwritten by the Florence Marie Hall (FMH) Foundation, this extraordinary exhibition includes original documents, photographs, videos, soundtracks, and other artworks by and about this important historical figure.


In conjunction with each exhibit we offer a variety of programs. Check out our exhibit programs for a list and description of all the exhibit programs and the library events calendar.

Field Trips

If you are an educator and are interested in scheduling a field trip to see the exhibit, please call the Centennial Library's Youth Services department at 432-742-7445 or see our Field Trip Requests (PDF).

Community Display Requests

Display space is available at the library for educational, artistic, and cultural materials that support the mission of the library - Midland County Public Libraries: A center of learning and literacy empowering the community to explore, connect and create.

Groups desiring to use the exhibit space should submit a Community Exhibit Request Form (PDF) to Frances Atha, Exhibits and Learning Experiences Coordinator.