Shoalwater Services

Library

The Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library is located between the Tribal Center and Wellness Center and is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We have a large collection of books on native people of the West Coast and across the U.S., along with many reference materials for our community which might not be readily available elsewhere. Throughout the year we also have community and children programs, both educational and enjoyable. For example: book signing from local authors, concerts, assorted crafts, etc.

April Activities

On April 28th @ 5:30pm Author Jan Bono from Long Beach, Wa. will be in the library. Her books, "Bottom Feeders" and "Starfish",  will be availiable for purchase while she does her book talk.

On May 4th, the Crown of Eternity will be in the Gym at 5 pm.

On May 12th, Roger Fernandes, Native American Story teller will be in the Library at 5 pm.

 

Mission

The Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library supports and serves as a resource center for the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe and the surrounding community.

Services

  • Internet Services - Research & Internet Assistance
  • Computer Assistance
  • Facebook
  • Access to Timberland Regional Library 
  • All type books (fiction, non-fiction, Native American, children, young adult, and reference)
  • Large print books
  • Audio Books on tape or cd’s
  • DVDs
  • Music CDs
  • Books for Sale: Summertime In Georgetown and Wisdom of the Elders as well as a large variety of used books

We do not offer WiFi.

Contact Us

Linda Rose, Library Manager
Phone: (360) 267-8190

 

 

 

Yílən ʔ ən

Yílən ʔ ən means “help someone or give help” in our native language and is pronounced “yee-lah uhn.”