Goldendale Community Library

Open: 
Monday - Saturday10am—6:30pm

131 West Burgen Street
Goldendale, WA 98620

509-773-4487
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Events

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Meeting Rooms & Amenities

The library has the Camplan Room & Art Gallery available for your group's use, when it is not reserved for use by the library. To see room specifications, amenities, guidelines for use, or request a reservation, please visit our online form. If you have a program you wish to present in partnership with the library, please use our program proposal form.

Technology

  • Hop on our free wifi with your personal device for unlimited internet use in the library.
  • Use a computer with full internet access as well as Microsoft Office software. You may print or save to your own USB drive. (Availability and time limits apply.)
  • Checkout a laptop for a couple of hours of internet or Microsoft Office use. You may save to your own USB drive or print wirelessly. (Availability and time limits apply.)
  • View 35mm or 16 mm microfilm or microfiche on our readers. Printing is available.
  • Print from library computers, or your Windows or Mac laptop, in black and white. The first 10 pages of printing each day are free, and 10¢ each thereafter. See the instructions for wireless printing to get started.
  • Copy in black and white up to 10 free pages of reference material each day, or 10¢ per page for personal copies.
  • Scan full-color documents to a USB drive, single or double-sided pages.
  • Borrow our opaque magnifier in the library to magnify printed materials.

Services

  • Get an exam proctored for free. See our proctoring page for details.
  • Let us come to you on the Bookmobile. Check the schedule for a stop near you.
  • Return library materials at a convenient book drop in Klickitat, Lyle or Alderdale.
  • Homebound? Get library materials delivered to your door by volunteers.
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Resources

Goldendale Observatory

Goldendale Observatory is part of the Washington State Parks system, a 5-acre educational facility and certified Dark Sky Park on a 2,100-foot elevation hilltop 2 miles north of downtown Goldendale. The park offers spectacular views of the countryside from atop the observatory hill in the daytime, and magnificent views of the universe at night.