The goal of the library is to provide people with library services that respond to their informational, recreational, educational and cultural needs and interests.
Friends of the Cle Elum Library are meeting to get good ideas and energy for future Library projects. New general members always welcome. Join a great group and help out your local library.
Please join us in our "Speakers at Six" series. March's event will be held on the 19th featuring local author Marc Brodine. Marc will be discussing his mystery novel "Blood Pressure".
Ever wonder what Upper County life was like during the roaring twenties?
Prohibition, bootlegging and the immigrant lifestyle that are a part of Upper County history will be discussed by Scott Templin, curator of the Roslyn Historical Museum on Saturday March 15th, 1:00-3:00.
The public is invited to a tea hosted by the Carpenter Memorial Library at the Carpenter House Museum (Third and Billings, Cle Elum.) This talk is part of the local libraries One Book One County discussions about the book The Grape Thief (aka Cuss) by Kristine L. Franklin.
A City of Cle Elum Library was created by an ordinance from City Council almost 100 years ago. Thirty years ago a bequest was made by the Carpenter family, a new library was built and it was renamed the Carpenter Memorial Library. Today the library houses a cornucopia of items available for checkout. We also have computers with Internet access and a special collection of northwest books. Stop in and see what today’s library has in store for you.
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10:30am to 11:30am ~ Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting