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Lacey Timberland Library

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500 College Street SE
Lacey, WA  98503-1240

Library Manager: Holly Paxson
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Monday 10 am - 6 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 6 pm
Wednesday 10 am - 7 pm
Thursday 10 am - 7 pm
Friday 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday Closed

See an interview with Holly Paxson, the new Library Manager of the Lacey Timberland Library.

Lacey Loves to Read

Lacey Library Honors Outstanding Teen Writers - part of 2016 Lacey Loves to Read

Winners of the Teen Short Story Contest - part of 2015 Lacey Loves to Read

Winners of the Teen Teen Short Story Contest and the Book Trailer Contest - part of 2014 Lacey Loves to Read

Winners of the Teen Create-Your-Own Graphic Novel Contest - part of 2013 Lacey Loves to Read

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About the Library

The Lacey Library began in a bookmobile in 1966, moved into rented space in Market Square in December 1966, and expanded to 4,800 square feet in the Lacey Village Shopping Center in 1976.

A new 20,000 square foot library adjacent to Lacey City Hall opened in March 1991. Lacey has annexed to Timberland for its library services.

Statistics 2015 / Population Estim. 2015:

  • Circulation: 779,638
  • Visits to Library: 332,646
  • Population: 46,020


  • Status: Annexed city, city-owned building
  • Square Footage: 20,000
PageTurners Book Discussion, 1st Tuesdays
Lacey Timberland LibraryTue., May. 031:30 PM
Join in a discussion of "Love Water Memory" by Jennie Shortridge.
Hands-on Technology Help- Digital Genealogy Resources
Lacey Timberland LibraryThu., May. 054:30 PM
These classes start with a short introduction to a technology related topic, followed by an hour of hands-on help from library staff and volunteers. In this session, we'll explore the library's digital genealogy resources: Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest Online. Bring your own device and your questions or just bring yourself to these casual sessions.
Rap 101: The Message Behind the Music
Lacey Timberland LibrarySat., May. 072:00 PM
A conversation exploring contemporary popular culture, diversity issues, and social justice through the lyrics of rap and hip hop. Guest speaker Eric Davis, aka “Professor E,” is a Sociology professor at Bellevue College and a member of the University of Washington consulting alliance. This program is sponsored by the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau and the Friends of the Lacey Library.
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