Join us twice a month for an hour of drawing, coloring, or whatever you feel like creating. We'll provide basic supplies and a project idea but feel free to bring your own!
All libraries are closed due to COVID-19. Do not return library materials; you will not be charged. Updates about WCCLS’ response to COVID-19 |
Todas las bibliotecas permanecerán cerradas por la temporada a causa del virus COVID-19. Favor de no devolver materiales a las bibliotecas; no se le cobrará por materiales durante este periodo. Actualizaciones de la información de WCCLS sobre el COVID-19
In 1908 the City of Forest Grove established a tax to support a public library, the first in Washington County. Initially housed in a stationery store at 21st Avenue and College Way, the library became a city department in 1974. In 1976 the City of Forest Grove was awarded a federal grant to construct a Municipal Services Center that would include a new library. The Forest Grove City Library was dedicated in October of 1978, and was 11,000 square feet. In 1998 voters approved a $5 million bond measure to expand the library by 15,000 sq. ft. A remodel of the older space was completed in 2007.
One large meeting room available in the library by reservation.