April 27, Saturday, 11-1pm, City Council Chambers

Pre-register at the library.

Simple projects designed to help you understand the magic of watercolor. 

No previous artstic experience required!

$5 per person (covers cost of supplies)

All supplies provided, including paint, brushes, paper, and water.


Join us in the City Council Chambers the first and third Wednesdays of each month, September through May, 10:30-11:15.

April 17: Stuffie Hide and Seek

May 1: Parades!

May 15:  Last Storytime until September

Storytime is a pre-reading program designed for preschool children and is provided by volunteers of the Kalama Public Library.





The Kalama Library has a pass to the

Portland Art Museum. 

Check it out!


Chair Yoga for Adults

Thursdays, 11am

Classes on a temporary hiatus.

City Council Chambers

Call the library to register: 360-673-4568

No Cost!




Drop in to see friends and meet new ones

every Wednesday from 1-3 pm! 



Click on the arrow to take a tour of our library!

Did you know that your Kalama library card gives you access to online books and magazines?  Using the Libby App, you can download over 80k e-books and 65k audio books, plus an array of informative magazines. Call us for more information!

The days are getting longer and we have received a collection of seeds courtesy of

the Master Gardeners of Cowlitz County!

Stop in a grab a packet or two of beans, peas, onions, corn, lettuce, and more!

And feel free to leave seed packets of your own to share with the Kalama community.

"Check Out Washington" is a program that allows users to check out

a Discover Pass at their local library.  Library card holders can reserve a pass

for a week at a time and can experience day visits at

Washington State Parks or lands owned by

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and

Department of Natural Resources free of charge.





Passes available for checkout

Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria

Pass includes: 

One-day admission to the Museum and 3D Theatre

Access to the Lightship Columbia

10% discount in Museum store

One pass per Library card holder

Admits two adults and their children under age 18

Get to know

the Washington Talking Book

and Braille Library

WTBBL builds community and provides access to information

and reading materials for Washington residents unable to read standard print.

These services are free to residents who qualify. 

 Kalama Public Library staff can assist patrons with an application. 

(No Library card is needed)

Contact the Library for more information

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Offers Free Books!

Did you know that kids up to age five in Cowlitz County can participate in a free book giveaway via Dolly Parton's Imagination Library?  To sign up, click here and follow the prompts to get a free age-appropriate book sent to your house each month!



Finished with your latest puzzle? 

Bring it into the library and exchange it for another! 

No library card needed!


Kalama Public Library has 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 note:  This is an open network. 

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.