The Harvard Diggins Library is a municipal library funded by property taxes collected on all residences within the city limits of the City of Harvard or by annual fees collected from non-residents outside of the city limits who wish to use the library.  A Harvard Diggins Library card is your ticket to all of the resources available in the library and at over 130 area libraries!  Residents of Harvard, ages 6 and up (ages 6-15 with parental signature) and non-residents can obtain a library card.  How can you get a card?   Click here!


Take PrairieCat with you wherever you go!
-Search the library catalog and reserve or renew items
-Add one or more library accounts to your device
-Manage holds and check-outs
-View and register for events at the library
-See information about hours, locations, and services offered
-Access online learning resources
-Self-Checkout feature

Search PrairieCat mobile in the App Store or PrairieCat in Google Play to download and use this convenient new option.


Did you know that you can check out, renew, and place holds on e-books, digital audiobooks, magazines and streaming video with your Harvard Diggins Library card 24/7?   And that’s not all –our digital offerings include online crafting classes through CreativeBug, genealogy research through Heritage Quest, and kids interactive books, puzzles and games through the Tumble Book Library.  All of these and more are available to access through our website or through free mobile apps.  You can find the complete list of what’s available to cardholders and how to access in our Media Downloads guide.  All you need is your library card to get started!