There is currently an opening on the Board of Trustees for a person residing in the city limits of Clarkston. The Board of Trustees determines the basic policies for the Library’s operation and selects the Director to whom the Board delegates the authority and responsibility for administration of the Library. The Board, with the assistance of the Director, develops the Library’s annual budget, apportions the funds collected by the county, and authorizes and oversees all major expenditures.
For a complete job description and application download:
Library Trustee Job Description
All locations of Asotin County Library will be closed Monday, Feb. 19 in observance of Presidents’ Day.
Although the main library is closed, we are providing service out of the Annex building across the alley from the library. You can pick up your holds, check out new books and audiobooks for all ages, check out dvds, read the newspaper, use a computer and consult with the career center!
There will be no tax preparation service at the library this year due to the construction of the mezzanine. AARP is offering tax prep at the Salvation Army, 1220 21st St. in Lewiston. They are available Monday through Thursday beginning Thursday, February 1 and continuing through Thursday April 12. Doors open at 8:30 am, tax preparation begins at 9 am, and no returns are accepted after 11:30 am.
If you would like to participate in a writing group that meets at the library, please fill out this form.
Take a look at our new travel resource. AtoZ World Travel contains 202 world city travel guides. These beautifully illustrated and up-to-date guides cover travel essentials, attractions, insiders’ information, excursions, nightlife, shopping, culture, cuisine, restaurants, health, security, language, maps, hotels, and lots more.
April is National Poetry Month and we’re having a contest! You can pick up an entry form in the library or submit your poem online. Just fill out the form and scroll down to File and upload your poem. There are three age categories: gr. K-6, gr. 7-12, and Adult. Poems entered must be contestant’s original work. Length of entry must not exceed one page, with a minimum of three lines. Poems must be turned in by 5pm on April 22. Asotin County Library reserves the right to reprint the work in its publications (newsletter and BiblioBoard). Winners will be announced in early May and winning poems will be posted in the library.
Peanuts, Big Nate, Phoebe and Her Unicorn are among the comics and eBooks in this collection.
Enjoy your favorite Dark Horse comics like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Captain Midnight in eBook form.