What's Happening at
Lewiston City Library?
Beautiful Downtown Lewiston Art Walk
Friday, October 7 | 5:00 - 9:00pm
It's that time of year again when downtown businesses, including Lewiston City Library, welcome community members into their stores and restaurants to view artwork from local and regional artists. The Annual BDL Art Walk is a vibrant and spirited evening! The Library will be open after-hours for this great event and artist Patty Reid will be here with several of her oil, pastel and watercolor paintings.
Fall Programs for Children, Teens and Adults
Every Friday at 10:30am
Listen to stories, learn fingerplays and create a craft.
2nd Saturdays starting October | 2:00pm
Teens ages 13-18 are invited to meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month to discover and explore techie gadgets. Explore and play with littleBits, Edison Robots and Bee-Bots.
Just Add Color
September 14 & 28 and October 12 & 26 | 5:30pm in the Meeting Room
Want to see what the adult coloring craze is all about? Drop-in and color to your heart's content. The Library will provide coloring sheets and colored pencils. Feel free to bring a friend or a coffee to sip on while you color yourself relaxed!
Presenting Poetry: James Whitcomb Riley
Saturday, September 24 | 2:00pm
Riley, an American poet, wrote well-known poems such as "Little Orphant Annie" and "When the Frost Is on the Punkin." Come listen to Todd Maddock recite Riley's poems and learn more about the beloved "Hoosier" poet.
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