Upper Skagit Library
Located in the historic town of Concrete, Washington, the Upper Skagit Library District serves over 4,000 people in eastern Skagit County.
- Mongolia Program! Come and hear Brooke Pederson's stories about life in Mongolia on Thursday night, March 27th, 7-8:30pm. She will present “Sights, Sounds & Tastes of Mongolia: A Peace Corps Adventure”. She will cook traditional food, show traditional clothing, talk about cultural taboos, and more.
- Family Storytime! Families with young children are invited to join us for stories, songs and a simple craft. Saturday April 5th, 11-11:45am we will be reading "Pete the Cat".
- Microsoft IT Academy! We are pleased to have the Washington State Library Microsoft IT Academy training program available in our library. This is a great program for the people of our community who want to improve their job skills or learn basic, advanced computer skills in general. All of the online training included in the IT Academy program is free. Come to the library to receive instructions and help on how to get started with Microsoft IT Academy. Detailed instructions are available here.
- Boopsie! Now you can download Boopsie for Library’s app on to your smartphone or tablet. The app provides mobile access to our catalogs, library location, hours and more.
- Regular Hours! Starting March 1st the library will switch back to regular hours. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays the library will be open from 11am to 8pm; same hours will remain for Friday and Saturday.
- Knit & Crochet with Sylvia! Thursdays 5-8pm in the conference room.
- Guitar Classes! Fridays 10-11am at the Conference Room except first Friday of the month, which will be held at the library, bring your guitar.
- March 13th, 4pm capital project meeting, at the Library
- March 20th, 5pm regular board meeting, at the Library.
- LEGOS! The Upper Skagit Library will be continuing its popular Legos at the Library program on March 28th, starting at 3:00pm.
- Recycle Reminder! Friends of the Upper Skagit Library have a box at the Library to collect inkjet cartridges, cell phones and small electronics for recycling. Visit Planet Green Recycle website.
- Survey! In the fall of 2012, 59 people filled out the comprehensive Upper Skagit Library Survey. View the results here.