Coming Soon!

A mural above the picture books in the children's area of the Library. 

Local artist, Kalama Library volunteer and member of KAMA

(Kalama Artists and Makers Association)

Tessa De Voe

has been selected to paint the mural. 

She begins work on October 3rd,

working during regular library hours, 12-5, Weekdays, 9-2 Saturdays.

Visitors to the library are welcome to watch Tessa paint. 


Basket Raffle tickets for SALE!

Tickets available at the Kalama Library

Discover new and exciting worlds with a library card from the Kalama Public Library!

Here's how to get your card.

Get your card today!

Storytime with 3 authors picture

Storytime with 3 Authors
Sat. Oct 8, 10 am
Kalama Community Building

Enjoy three brand new picture books and meet the authors.

  • Beth Bacon reads Panda Cub Swap
  • Suma Subramaniam reads Namaste is a Greeting
  • Rosanne Parry reads Big Truck Day

A free event from your Kalama Public Library

This event is part of the larger Meet the Authors Book Festival


The Kalama Public Library Needs Your Help!

What interests or expertise do YOU have to share with the Kalama community??  The library would like to work with you to facilitate exciting and informative library programs! Contact us at with your ideas!

  Bridge Club? Garden Club? Collectors Club? Computer Basics? Jewelry Making?  Scrapbooking? Genealogy? Home Schooling Parents? Local History?  Writers' Workshop? Rockhounding?


The Libby app is a one-tap app for borrowing digitial books and audiobooks.

Library card holders have  free access to Libby, which now includes magazines!  Select from cooking, health & fitness, business, fashion, tech & gaming, auto, news & politics, celebrity, and more!

1) Install the Libby app from your device's app store.

2) Open the app and find Kalama Public Library.

3) When prompted, sign in with your library card number.

4) Click on search, select magazines collection, and  search for your favorites.

That's it!



Kalama Public Library has recently upgraded Wi-Fi access outside the building. 

The network is called:  "Library Drive-in Wi-Fi"

The signal is strongest on the north side of the building. 

There is no password required.

Available 6 AM - 10 PM

Please observe all social distancing guidelines stay in your car, stay safe.

Please note:  This is an open network. 



Thursdays at 11 am

City Council Chamber - Next door to the Library!

For pre-registration:  360 673 4568


New Titles at the Library
Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.