Learn More About Each Area
1) Activity & Meeting Room ($500,000)
This large, flexible room offers space for storytime, engaging programs for all ages, and community meetings, including after-hours events. This space includes technology for in-person and remote meetings.
2) Children’s Area ($200,000)
The love of reading starts early. Designed especially for kids, this space features kid-friendly reading nooks, furniture for families to gather, and plenty of books to discover.
3) Outdoor Stage ($200,000)
Summer concerts, kids programs, and a beautiful view of the Olympic mountains are all part of the outdoor stage.
4) Outdoor Play Area ($150,000)
The outdoor play area connects to the indoor Children’s Area, providing an extended play space within a secure fence.
5) Conference Room ($150,000)
The Conference Room, available for public use during library open hours, seats 8-10 people and has all of the technology to support in-person and remote meetings.
6) Reading Area ($100,000)
The simple pleasure of reading in the company of others is something to be enjoyed in the Reading Area. The morning sunlight will fill the space.
7) Teen Area ($75,000)
Teens will have their own space in the renovated library—something that’s been missing in the current building. With comfy chairs and space to read and socialize, this area is created especially for teens to feel welcome.
8) LEED Certification ($75,000)
The renovated building will be LEED Silver Certified showing the library’s commitment to sustainable building and allowing the library to meet grant requirements.
9) Study Room A ($50,000)
10) Study Room B ($50,000)
Two study rooms offer a quiet space to study, meet for tutoring, or connect to a meeting remotely.