What's Happening at
Lewiston City Library?
Idaho Day is Saturday, March 4
Book Read! Stump Ranch Pioneer by Nelle Portrey Davis | 2:00pm
Established in 2014, Idaho Day commemorates the creation of Idaho by President Abraham Lincoln on March 4, 1863. It's a day to recognize and celebrate Idaho's culture, history, diversity, beauty and greatness!
We invite you to read Stump Ranch Pioneer and join our discussion at the Library, led by local author Jim Hepworth.
Let's Talk About It: Pulitzer Prize Winning Books
Tuesdays at 6:30pm | March 14, 28 and April 11, 25
A book discussion series led by local authors and humanities scholars to discuss literature that explores American values, history and culture.
March 14: Paula Coomer discusses Growing Up by Russell Baker
March 28: Barbara Meldrum discusses Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard
April 11: Georgia Tiffany discusses The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
April 25: Mary Clearman Blew discusses Honey in the Horn by H.L. Davis
Everyone is welcome. Multiple book copies, book summaries and discussion questions are available at the Library.
Federal and state tax forms available online
Programs for Children and Teens
Every Friday at 10:30am
Listen to stories, learn fingerplays and create a craft.
2nd Saturdays | 2:00pm
Teens ages 13-18 are invited to meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month
to discover and explore techie gadgets.
March 11: Digital Art
April 8: Makey Makey
Visit the Library's calendar for more events and programs
eBooks, Digital Audiobooks & Magazines, and Music
Accessible 24/7 the Library offers ebooks, digital audiobooks and magazines, and music online. Just login with your library card!
Ways to Support Your Library
Community support helps keep your library thriving! Learn how you can support your library just by searching the internet! Learn more at Other Ways to Support.
Lewiston City Library | 411 D Street | Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: 208.798.2525 | email