The library offers over 40,000 circulating items for your education and enjoyment, including fiction and non-fiction titles, audio books, films on DVD and video, and music CD titles. iPads, Kindles, Nooks, and laptops are also available for checkout. Did you know you can checkout musical instruments at the library? They checkout just like books for a month and can be renewed if no one is waiting. Included are violins, guitars, ukuleles, electronic keyboards, a cello, a banjo and several wind instruments. Through Hoopla and Overdrive you can checkout digital versions of films, musical albums, and audiobooks online all through the library’ s digital hub
Computers in the Library
The library has ten public computer terminals and three laptops for use in the library only. Patrons and visitors may also bring in their own laptops to use with the wireless router we make available to everyone. The library offers free access to the Internet as part of its mission to provide access to information and resources. For more information on computer and internet use and policies, see the Computers in the Library page.
The library offers many products and services. Click on the link above to view the Library Services page.
Get a Library Card
Applications are available at the circulation desk, and you will be able to borrow materials on the same day you apply for your card. More information can be found on the Get a Library Card page.
Click on the link above to access your account by logging in with your 14-digit library card number. The default password is your last name without capitalization.
You may renew your books by clicking on this link and logging into your account.
For Interlibrary Loan requests, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Donating Used Books
The Friends of the Lopez Island Library accept saleable books in good to excellent condition for the July 4th and Thanksgiving book sales. Please see the Friends of the Library page for items that may be donated and which are not accepted.
Check out NoveList for recommended reading lists.
Staff picks may give you some reading ideas.
We have reading programs for both children and adults (see the Literary Salon, below).
Click on the link above to view classes and workshops offered in the library.
We offer a monthly Literary Salon, giving readers the opportunity to discuss and share their favorite recent read. This is a “no-guilt” salon. Participants can show up without anything to share, and drop-ins are welcome.
You may also request to be placed on an e-list which will remind you of the next Salon and send you the most recent book list. Email Lou Pray to be added to the list.