Keeping our brains fit by learning new skills, exercising our memories, and challenging our brains to adapt and change can help delay or prevent the onset of memory challenges.
Founded in 1938, Beaverton City Library is one of the busiest public libraries in the state. The library offers over 340,000 items for check-out including books, magazines, maps, DVDs, Blu-ray, videogames, and CDs while providing almost 2,000 programs a year for all age groups and interests.
Beaverton City Library Main and Murray Scholls locations are proud to serve our diverse community, collecting materials and offering programs in multiple languages; library volunteers hail from over 35 countries. The library provides access to approximately 40 computers for public use, a typewriter, and a fax machine to send local and toll-free faxes. The library contains several large meeting rooms and a 150 seat auditorium for public use. For information about booking these rooms contact the City of Beaverton.
Four meeting rooms are available in the library by reservation.