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October 28, 2022 Cardholder Resources

Little-known Resources for Older Adults, Caregivers and More

If you can't come to the library, we'll bring the library to you.
librarian holding the book "The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog" sitting in front of a bookshelf
August 25, 2022 Staff

West Slope Library welcomes a new Youth Services Librarian

Carrie Stotts brings a background in social work and a passion for early childhood literacy to their new role.
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August 12, 2022 News & Updates

The Library Foundation of Washington County Awards Grant to WCCLS

The money will be used to buy children's books for Countywide Book Distribution, which takes place annually each summer.
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May 20, 2022 Staff

Creating Order Out of Chaos

Could you imagine the library without a catalog? Scary, huh? Get to know one of our cataloging librarians, Mariko Kershaw, in this Q&A.
Lime graphic that says: Summer Reading for Adults
May 16, 2022 Programs & Events

Summer Reading for Adults

Why should kids have all the fun?
Colorful shapes surround the words: Summer Reading for Kids
May 13, 2022 News & Updates

Announcing the 2022 Teen Art Contest Winners

Drumroll, please ...
Illustrated map of the Washington County libraries
April 27, 2022 Programs & Events

WCCLS Passport

Visit the 16 library locations in Washington County this summer and you could win a prize!
Woman wearing glasses stands next to stacks of young adult novels in English and Spanish
April 22, 2022 News & Updates

Developing Spanish Collections for Incarcerated Adults and At-Risk Youth

We’re committed to serving patrons at the county jail, juvenile shelter and corrections center.
April 20, 2022 Programs & Events

Join in the Multicultural Celebration of Children's Day/Book Day

El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros is also known as Día.
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March 29, 2022 Staff

Too Much Fun

At age 19, Kristen Thorp stumbled into her first library gig and enjoyed it so much, she never looked back. Today she's still having fun – as the director of West Slope Library.

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