Built in 1914 with the aid of a Carnegie grant, the Weston Library is located at 2 King Street (King Street and Weston Road).
The library features several stained glass windows in the shape of banners that list well-known authors' names. These include Charles Dickens, Chaucer, William Shakespeare and William Wordsworth.
The library also has a lovely, well tended outdoor garden on two sides of the branch. In 2011 it won an award for "Best Community Garden". It is also worth noting the unusual fence included on the property.
The library is very active in the community, often participating in local street festivals and even the Weston Santa Clause Parade.
There is limited parking on the premises.