It's time for something new!
All other pages are still located on our old website. We understand this is somewhat confusing, and we really appreciate your patience during this transition period.
Coming up at your local library
From the reference desk
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has information that can help you travel safely across the state for the Thanksgiving holiday. The best travel times tips are essential to get you to your destination asap. Be sure to read the winter driving … Continued →
Wow! And to think I almost didn’t read this book because it was so thick (547 pages). The Paladin Prophecy by Mark Frost is a fantastic read. Will West has always hidden his smarts and athletic ability. His dad’s rules … Continued →
I really enjoyed The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm. It is a new school year. Ellie misses fifth grade and her ex-best friend who now sits at the volleyball players’ table at lunch. She misses the goldfish she got … Continued →
With changes to their new website, the city has updated how its interactive map service works, as well. For best results, search for an address to narrow down the map view. Open the menu icon in the upper left. You … Continued →
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will be holding a public meeting on the potential expansion of the Mount Spokane ski area on Wed., Nov. 19, at Center Place Recreation Center, 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane. If you cannot attend … Continued →
Want reliable investment information and advice? The library has recently increased its access to the Morningstar Investment Research Center. Just use your city resident library card or paid nonresident card to find detailed statistics and charts on publicly-traded companies, funds, … Continued →