Peshastin Public Library
This library is currently being Reimagined – Scroll down for more info
|Tuesday||10 – 1:30pm & 2:30 – 7pm|
|Wednesday||11 – 1:30pm & 2:30 – 7pm|
|Thursday||1 – 5:30pm|
|Friday||1 – 5:30pm|
|Saturday||10 – 2pm|
Reimagining Spaces – Peshastin
The Peshastin Public Library has served as a community hub since 1968, 55 years! All thanks to the dedication of the Peshastin Friends of the Library and support from community members. The Peshastin Public Library building is owned by the Peshastin Friends of the Library who facilitate annual fundraisers to maintain and support the current space. The NCW Libraries Reimagining Spaces Project will be the first major refresh to the building since 1982. Community engagement will begin soon but several goals for the refresh have already been identified:
- ADA accessible restrooms and entry
- Private Staff area
- Updated lighting, flooring, paint, and shelving
- Updated furniture and seating areas
On May 23rd, NCW Libraries and The Friends of the Peshastin Library partnered to host community engagement events in Peshastin. A designer from Library Forward was on hand to hear feedback from community members on what they love about their library and what they would love to see in the redesign. Over 100 residents provided input on color palettes, design elements, and program possibilities. If you were unable to take part in the day’s events, we’d still love your feedback. Swing by the library to look at the design boards, visit with us at the Pet Parade, or take the survey in English or in Spanish.
Find out more about the project as a whole and how it will affect your community.
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