Three Ways To Library

There are more ways than ever to get the most out of your community library. 


All Sno-Isle Libraries are now open, and you can, once again, join us in-building to browse the stacks, use the computers, and talk with our knowledgeable staff. Masks are strongly recommended when visiting your library.

Contact-free Pickup

There are so many reasons that contact-free curbside pickup may be the right choice for you. Sno-Isle Libraries is proud to continue to offer this option for our customers' convenience and safety. Simply place your hold as usual then:

  1. When your items are ready for pickup, you will receive an automated email and/or phone call.
  2. When you arrive at the library, call the pickup notification number for that library.
  3. A library staff member will ask for your name and contact information, or library card number.
  4. A library staff member will check materials out to you and instruct you on how to pick up your materials.
  5. Take home and enjoy!

Take the stress out of printing and have your community library print for you! Remote printing will remain an option for customers.


Join us for a virtual class, book club, author talk, or storytime! Check out Consumer Reports for the best new appliances. Read The New York Times, opens a new window for free through the library. Learn a new language so you're ready for that vacation you've been dreaming about. Read a magazine. Check out a digital audiobook, opens a new window. Stream a movie through Kanopy, opens a new window or Hoopla, opens a new window. Learn new skills so your next job will get you where you want to go. The library doesn't start or stop at our front doors - we can be wherever you are as long as you have your library card.

Whether you join us in-building, from a safe distance, or virtually, we're so glad you're here. 
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