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Aberdeen Timberland Library

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121 East Market Street
Aberdeen, WA  98520-5292
360-533-2360

Library Manager: Allison Grubbs
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Hours:

Monday 10 am - 7 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 7 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 6 pm
Thursday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday Closed

Aberdeen Library services:

About the Aberdeen Library:

Library service in Aberdeen began in 1890 with the donation of 150 books housed in the Oddfellows Hall.  It then moved to a reading room donated by Jacob Weatherwax in 1891.  After a city ordinance incorporated the library in 1902, it settled into its current location with the construction of a Carnegie building in 1908.  This historical building was replaced with the current library building in 1966.  In November 1998, residents of Aberdeen voted to match funds for renovating and expanding the library.  During the nine-month-long renovation project, the library operated out of temporary quarters.  The renovated library reopened October 2, 2000.

The City of Aberdeen contracted for library service from Timberland Regional Library beginning in 1969.  In 2008 residents voted to annex to TRL for library services.

The Aberdeen Library is a Washington State document depository and has other specialized collections in the area of local history, genealogy, and the Education Job Information Center (EJIC).

Statistics 2013:

  • Circulation: 190,575
  • Visits to Library: 161,367
  • Population: 16,890

Building:

  • Status: Annexed city, city-owned building
  • Square Footage: 17,051
UPCOMING LIBRARY EVENTS
Author Talk: Bill Lindstrom
Aberdeen Timberland LibrarySat., Nov. 012:00 PM
Local author and former Daily World editor Bill Lindstrom will talk about his new book, “John Tornow: Villain or Victim?” A quarter century of research went into Lindstrom’s reexamination of the life and legend of John Tornow, regaled as the Wild Man of the Wynoochee, which still fascinates more than 100 years after being hunted to his death. Lindstrom will sell and sign copies of the book after his talk.
Dialogues with Doc: "Tools of Reason from Socrates, Plato and Aristotle
Aberdeen Timberland LibraryWed., Nov. 0510:30 AM
William "Doc" Carter is back by popular acclaim with the fourth and final program on classics of Greek philosophy, presenting "Tools of Reason from Socrates, Plato and Aristotle." The series is an encore to his popular Rainy Day Reading review of Plato's "The Republic" earlier this year. The Friends of the Aberdeen Timberland Library will provide refreshments.
Mother Goose Play Group
Aberdeen Timberland LibraryThu., Nov. 0610:30 AM
Enjoy rhymes, stories, group games and free play. Learn about the value of play in your child’s development. Meet other families in your community and talk with other parents and library staff. Come for all or part of the program. Focused on ages birth-5, but all ages are welcome.
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Timberland Regional Library serves Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, and Thurston counties in Western Washington State.