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Winthrop Public Library

(509) 996-2685 | | 112 Norfolk Rd Winthrop, WA 98862

Librarians Schiree (Supervisor), Maureen, and Dottie
Monday Closed
Tuesday 11 – 7pm
Wednesday 11 – 6pm
Thursday 10 – 6pm
Friday 10 – 6pm
Saturday 10 – 4pm
Sunday Closed

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  • Public Computers
  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Water Fountain
  • 24-hour Book Return
  • Lucky Day Collection
  • Scanning
  • Copying
  • Faxing
  • Printing (Patrons receive a $5 credit that is reset every week.)

Community Room – Click to request a reservation

Friends of the Library

The Winthrop Friends of the Library is a non-profit organization committed to strengthening, envisioning, and building the future of the library in Winthrop. Learn more about the Friends, make a donation, or learn how you can help today!

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Reimagining Spaces – Winthrop

The new Winthrop Library represents the realization of a dream many years in the making and is the result of successful collaboration between the Town of Winthrop, The Friends of the Winthrop Library, NCW Libraries, and countless community members and partner organizations. The new 6,000 square-foot library was designed by Seattle based Johnston Architects and built by Impel Construction. The facility also hosts a 1,000 square-foot public meeting room separate from the library that is available to community members by reservation both during and outside of library hours.

Key features of the new space include:

  • Light-filled views of the surrounding landscape
  • Increased number of public access computers
  • Separate children’s area with reading nooks and family-use restroom
  • Fireplace reading area
  • Designated teen space
  • Rotating art/community partner installations
  • Makerspace/Multi-function room

The Friends of the Winthrop Library and Town of Winthrop continue to partner to bring additional benefits to the space, including a rooftop solar array and demonstration gardens.

Photos by Benjamin Drummond

Find out more about the project as a whole and how it will affect your community.

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