Roslyn Public Library
The Roslyn Public Library primarily serves the City of Roslyn; however, residents of Kittitas County are able to use the library as well. The Roslyn Public Library also houses an art gallery with art from local artists and featuring locally-relevant subjects.
To access the Roslyn Public Library App, simply begin to type Roslyn into the search bar in the Library Now App. Once inside the Roslyn Public Library App, you can search the library’s Learning Access catalog and manage their library account while on the go. If you’re out shopping and find a book you’d like to purchase, use the BookLook feature from the Roslyn Library App to see if your Library already has the book. Simply use your smartphone or tablet’s camera feature to scan the book’s barcode; the app will automatically scan through Roslyn Library’s catalog to let you know if the library already has the item in its collection. You can easily keep up to date with the Roslyn Public Library’s events feed and Facebook links, both of which are available in the Roslyn Public Library App.
Reardan Memorial Library
The Reardan Memorial Library is located about 23 miles west of Spokane, WA and is housed in an old medical clinic. Thanks to the Washington ReadyWeb Project, the Reardan Memorial Library has an easy to maintain, yet sophisticated, website.
The Reardan Memorial Library App is accessed the same way as the Roslyn Library; just download Library Now App and search for Reardan. Reardan Memorial Library doesn’t have a searchable online catalog, but you can still access their OverDrive Holdings for eBooks and eAudioBooks. They also have several resource databases under their Resource channel, such as CultureGrams and ProQuest. If you have a question for the folks at the Reardan Memorial Library, you can send them an email or give them a call right from the Reardan Library App.
Cathlamet Public Library
The Cathlamet Public Library (or Cathlamet Blanche Bradley Public Library) serves Wahkiakum County, predominantly those from Puget Island, Skamokawa and Elochoman Valley, as well as those living in the Town of Cathlamet. Currently the Cathlamet Library is moving to River Street and is temporarily closed throughout the month of December.
The Cathlamet Library App, on the other hand, isn’t closed; just download the Library Now App! Patrons can still download eBooks and eAudioBooks from Cathlamet Library’s OverDrive Holdings or through the WA Anytime Library Service. You can also still easily access Cathlamet’s Facebook page, right from the app. If you have any questions, you can easily call or email the Cathlamet Public Library right from their mobile app.