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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

Winners of Lacey's Teen Writers Contest Announced – part of 2018 Lacey Loves to Read. Teen Writers Collection

Lacey's Teen Writers Contest Winners Announced - part of 2017 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

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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
Read It and Eat: Food Book and Potluck Club
Lacey Timberland LibraryMon., May. 213:00 PM
Come discuss different food-themed books and share snacks. In May, we'll be enjoying the European tradition of high tea. If you like to read and talk about food, this is the book club for you. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Lacey Timberland Library.
Movies @ the Library: "The Post"
Lacey Timberland LibraryWed., May. 231:00 PM
In 1971, the editors and owners of the Washington Post were faced with a controversial decision about whether to publish a newly-leaked secret history of the Vietnam War that became known as the Pentagon Papers. Join us in our meeting room for a free screening of "The Post," Steven Spielberg's 2017 dramatization of these events, starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lacey Timberland Library.
Life, the Universe, etc: An Evening with Nicola Griffith & Kelley Eskridge
Lacey Timberland LibraryWed., May. 237:00 PM
Nicola Griffith will read from her new novel So Lucky (publication date May 15, 2018, Farrar, Straus and Giroux). Following the reading, author Kelley Eskridge will interview Nicola about books, life, the universe, and other topics.

Nicola Griffith is an award winning author, editor, and disability rights activist. Griffith has written multiple novels, short stories and memoirs including Slow River, Ammonite, and Hild. Kelley Eskridge is an award winning novelist, screenwriter and editor, and has published multiple novels and short story collections including Solitaire and Dangerous Space. Her recent screenplay, OtherLife, has screened in multiple film festivals and is now available for streaming on Netflix. Nicola and Kelley live and work together in Seattle, Washington.

Books will be available for purchase and signing through Browsers Bookstore. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Lacey Library.
CANCELLED - Life of an Angel: An Evening with Brynn Johnson
Lacey Timberland LibraryThu., May. 245:30 PM
This program has been cancelled.
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