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South Tillamook County Library Pacific City, Oregon

Pacific City, Oregon Public Library

6200 Camp Street, Pacific City, Oregon  97135

This lovely welcoming library is part of the Tillamook County Library System. The free wifi 24 hours a day is a great asset to this community with all the tourism that comes to the beach. There is also a variety of materials for all ages and a comfortable area where parents can interact with their children. Around the Library are comfortable chairs for reading  and tables to spread out if needed.  One sculpture in the Children’s area that caught my eye is “Philbert” the Oregon Beaver. It was handcrafted by Jim Stober in 1988. Beside the library is a community garden with all produce going to local food banks.  This is  a welcoming place for a get away from the crowds on the beach.

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2014 Coupville Washington Library

Coupeville Public Library

Coupeville, WA 98239-0745

Coupeville Public Library http://www.sno-isle.org/locations/coupeville/ is part of the SNO-ISLE Libraries serving Snohomish and Island counties.

This lovely library in Coupeville has several displays set up to encourage reading by all ages. The building is inviting with places to set and read, public access to the internet and many windows giving it an open feeling. What caught my eye was the beautiful arch over the entrance to the children’s department and the Large Print collection near the reading area. The Friends of the Library have a book sale area near the entrance.

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Evelyn Meador Branch Library

Name: Evelyn Meador Branch Library

Location: 2400 North Meyer, Seabrook, TX 77586

Evelyn Meador Library is part of the Harris County Public Library System. The open spaces, murals and windows reflect the history of the Seabrook area and proximity to the bay.  There is a teen room, a children’s area and places for adults to read, work and study. Along with the book collection, audio and video materials there are many internet computers available to the public. Other amenities include a conference room, a quiet room and comfortable chairs near the newspapers and magazine.  Computer classes are free and taught at all levels. The library staff is warm and welcoming making this a place for the community to have fun, study, work or relax.

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