Today’s Elma Timberland Library
Intended by the community to be not-too-big and not-too-small, the attractive, well cared-for library is still the right size for Elma. Services offered by the library include:
- · Books, videotapes, DVDs, CDs, newspapers, magazines, audio- and videotapes for all ages and interests
- · Downloadable audiobooks, ebooks, videos and music
- · Public computers with high-speed Internet, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
- · Online Reference Databases, including: online magazines and newspapers; encyclopedias; auto manuals; jobs, careers, classes, education information and standardized test practice databases and many others
- · Free wireless Internet access
- · Programs and events for children and adults
- · A public meeting room that can be reserved for community meetings and programs by calling the library
- · Comfortable and attractive spaces for children, teens and adults to study and read
- · Informational assistance and reading recommendations from the Elma Timberland Library staff
The library has a collection of art by several Northwest artists on display. It includes nine drawings and three prints by Helmi Juvonen of the renowned Northwest School, a painting and watercolors by local artist Hank Miller, a stained glass window by Cathy Rusley Smith (commissioned by the Friends of the Library in 2004 for the library’s tenth anniversary) and a quilt depicting Elma’s civic buildings by Library Associate and textile artist Donna Simms.
The Elma Timberland Library is located at 118 N First Street. For more information, contact the library at (360) 482-3737 or visit www.TRL.org.