NCW Libraries offer a variety of programs and assistance

Now open evenings/weekends
WENATCHEE -- NCW Libraries has expanded the hours of operation at all its libraries. To better serve library customers, new evening and weekend hours have been added at each branch location in Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Okanogan, and Ferry counties. See for hours.


The Library Can Help
Still need to print out 2020 tax forms? The library can help. Having trouble making an appointment for a COVID vaccine? The library can also help.
NCW Libraries is ready to help with more than just reading needs. With public computers, printers, free Wi-Fi, knowledgeable librarians, a wide range of online resources and, yes, a lot of really good books and movies, your local library can help you tackle many of the items on your To Do list.
Check Us Out Online
NCW Libraries launched a new, easy to navigate website where you can order books and movies, use online resources, view our virtual programming, get reading recommendations, and much more.
Reading/Panel Discussion with Eastern WA Writers
NCW Libraries and A Book for All Seasons is partnering to bring a panel of Eastern Washington writers in a free, virtual program on Thursday, April 8 at 6:30 p.m. Hear from Noé Álvarez, Polly Buckingham, Paula Coomer, Bruce Holbert, and Gregory Spatz. Register online at
Author Visit: Cristina Henríquez
Meet author Cristina Henríquez in a free, virtual program on Thursday, April 15, 7 p.m. She is the author of The Book of Unknown Americans, an experiential story about a community of immigrants from Central and South America. This event is in partnership between Wenatchee Valley College and NCW Libraries. Register online at
NCW Libraries Virtual Earth Day Experience
Use household materials and recyclables to design your own sculptures in this live, virtual event led by NCW Libraries’ STEM staff on Thursday, April 22, 6 p.m. Register online at
Outdoor Adventure Starts at NCW Libraries
Did you know that you can check out a Washington State Discover Pass at your local library? The pass grants free access to many state recreation lands that require a parking permit. Pick up a pass at your community library or order one online at While you are at it, check out a  nature backpack at

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