4 Parpala Road
P.O. Box 190
Naselle, WA 98638-0190
Library Manager: Michelle Zilli
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Naselle Library services:
- Books, DVDs, CDs, newspapers and magazines for all ages and interests.
- Downloadable audiobooks, ebooks, videos and music.
- Public computers with Internet, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.
- Online Reference Databases, including: online magazines and newspapers, encyclopedias, auto manuals, standardized tests.
- Free wireless Internet access
- Programs and events for children and adults.
- A public meeting room can be reserved for community meetings and programs by calling the Library.
- Local Friends group - Call the Library for more information.
About the Library:
Library service in Naselle started on April 21, 1986 in a stationary bookmobile near Lion's Park. The Naselle Library was originally opened as an experimental "mini-library" to serve patrons formerly served by the bookmobile. A new library was built and opened in November 1991.
- Circulation: 22,694
- Visits to Library: 18,024
- Status: TRL-owned building in unincorporated area
- Square Footage: 2,663
|Naselle Timberland Library||Tue., Apr. 24||6:00 PM|
|Enjoy some popcorn while you watch popular releases! Movies may be PG-13 rated suited for teen or adult audiences. Check with the library for this week's title. Popcorn provided courtesy of the Friends of the Naselle Timberland Library.|
|Full STEAM Ahead!|
|Naselle Timberland Library||Fri., Apr. 27||3:30 PM|
|Explore STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) through building, robotics, chemistry creations, and more! Children under age 8 may need adult help for some activities. |
|The Razors Edge: The Washington Razor Clam Phenomenon|
|Naselle Timberland Library||Sat., Apr. 28||2:00 PM|
|A challenge to dig up but delicious to eat, razor clams are entwined with the states commerce, identity, and history. Join author and clam digger David Berger to explore the twists and turns of a quintessential Northwest activity, from its pre-settlement days to the present. This program is sponsored by Humanities Washington.|