Opened to the public in 1983, the Sequim Branch Library consists of 6,000 sq ft of space. With a collection of over 55,000 items, it includes study and reading areas for adults, public computers, areas for children and teens, and a community meeting room.
The cramped and aging branch library has been a critical concern for NOLS, and for the community, for decades. In 2014 NOLS initiated a phased planning project to find a Future Library solution. Community engagement has been an important part of this careful planning process. To learn more about this project, and join the conversation, visit the Sequim Branch Future Library Project page.