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Bookmobile to add new stops



BOOKS ON WHEELS: The Goldendale Library's Bookmobile is hitting the road again throughout the county.

Do you live outside of Goldendale? Would you like to browse for library books, movies and audiobooks, pick up the materials you've put on hold, or take the kids or grandkids to a free craft activity this summer without coming all the way into town?

The bookmobile is coming to a stop near you!

This summer the bookmobile will have a few new stops-at Maryhill, High Prairie, and Pleasant Valley-and will stop for a longer duration of time at established points like Lyle, Dallesport, Appleton, Wishram and Bickleton.

Most of the stops will feature Stories & Crafts, a free program that includes an all ages storytime and crafts such as making aliens as part of this year's space-themed summer reading program, A Universe of Stories. Children of all ages can come aboard anytime during the stop to join the fun.

The bookmobile will also be open for business at the Farmer's Market on the second Saturday of the month, and at the Goldendale Swimming Pool every Friday afternoon from mid-June through mid-August. And don't forget to come aboard during the Klickitat County Fair.

For a complete list of dates, locations and information about where and when the Stories & Crafts programs will be hosted, visit the library's bookmobile page online at or visit the Goldendale Community Library at 131 W. Burgen Street in Goldendale to pick up a free schedule.


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