StoryTrails Available Now!

Walk a trail while you read a picture book, and enjoy interactive facts and questions as you go. Available in Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, and Thurston counties. StoryTrails are updated on a regular cycle. Find a StoryTrail location near you.

Reserving a Room at the Library

Many Timberland libraries have one or more meeting rooms that may be reserved by individuals and groups.

  • Library meeting rooms are available free of charge as a public service for use by individuals, organizations, or community groups when those meeting rooms are not in use for TRL affiliated or sponsored activities.
  • Meeting rooms may be reserved up to 2 months in advance.
  • No more than 2 meeting room reservations in advance per calendar month.
  • Library staff will review all reservation requests and notify you of the status within three (3) working days of receipt of the reservation request.
  • Additional same-day drop-in meetings may be allowed if the meeting room is not in use for up to two hours.
  • When choosing a time, select the actual start time for your meeting. Greyed-out blocks are not available. The request form will include options to add an additional 60 minutes to set up the room and 60 minutes to tear down the room, you can request to adjust this setup and tear down time as needed. This additional time allows you to set up, clean, and reset the room.
  • Reservations not claimed within 15 minutes of the scheduled start times may be cancelled.
  • You must return the space to pre-event condition after your meeting reservation time is completed.
  • Read our full policy and procedures on meeting room use.

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