San Juan Islands Community Resource Guide

Resources for our residents and community wellness through health and social services, education and volunteering.

Lopez Island Library

 

The people of Lopez created the Lopez Library to provide resources and services for the enrichment of their cultural and recreational lives, and to provide information needed for daily living and decision-making. The library strives to promote the love of reading and of lifelong learning.

Director: Lou Pray, 360-468-2265
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 770, Lopez Island, WA, 98261
Physical Address: 2225 Fisherman Bay Road, Lopez Island, WA, 98261
Email: librarian@lopezlibrary.org
Phone: 360-468-2265
Website:
lopezlibrary.org

Target Audience or Areas Served or Area of Operation: Readers, musicians, child care givers, seniors, teens, general public, tourists, volunteer opportunities.

Services for Adults: Book review, Readers’ Advisory, Computer training, Library programs, science talks, author talks, poetry readings, musical instrument loans, sheet music, instructional DVDs, Great Courses, Great Decisions, Ancestry, Genealogy, Reference, Databases, Novelist, Good Reads.
Free access to all 400 Microsoft IT Academy courses to upgrade your digital literacy skills, Free electric vehicle (EV) charging .
Take Driving Tests (car, motorcycle, and commercial) through Driving-Tests.org (DMV)

Services for Families: Summer reading program, student resources, homework help, story hour, reading aloud, AWE station, early learning, coding, storytelling, mentoring, early release, art.

Services for Youth/Teen:
Computer training, job and employment opportunities, driver’s education training, summer reading program.

Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers needed for shelving and circulation duties, book reviews, mending, covering books

Charitable donations accepted?  Yes- through the Friends of the Library.

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