February is full of great things to experience at your Library! View in browser
Lots of free, exciting events for all ages.
February Holiday Closures

The Library will be closed on Presidents' Day Monday, February 17th. If the Library is closed, you can always return your materials to the book drop located on Everett St.

A reading with Washington State Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna
One River, Many Voices

A celebration of poetry along the Columbia River. Explore our place, our history, and the power of words and story to define our communities and ourselves.

The Clark County League of Women Voters Celebrates Women's Right to Vote
100 Years!

Enjoy a cupcake! Play our trivia game! Win a door prize!

Family fun
Explore Wind!

Hands-on stem activities and scientific thinking for the whole family.


Do you want to know what is happening at the Library, or you want to book a room? We have software in place to make it oh so easy for you.

Events Calendar

What's going on at the Library?

Meeting Rooms

Make a reservation for your large group.

Study Rooms

Small rooms that can be reserved, or drop-in.

Special Events for January

Click on any event title for more information.

All Ages Book Swap

Trade your used books with others. Take home as many as you bring!

Teen Overnight Movie Marathon Lock-in!

Sorry! Teen Sleepover is full.

Library Aide Job Opening

Interested? Click here for job description and application.

Limited Series

These events will only run for a short time.

Mindfulness Meetings

Beginners welcome.

Tax Aide

Get those taxes done with the help of our AARP volunteers!

Recurring Events

No sign-up necessary; come any day!

English Conversation Group

A casual ESL gathering.

Zine Zone

Drop-in make-and-take for teens. 

Free Legal Help

All questions welcome! Provided by Basic Counsel. 

Simply Write

Writer's group for adults. All abilities welcome!

Blood Drive

Save a life; donate! Drop-in or make an appointment. Provided by Bloodworks NW.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Pick up participation sheets in the Library.

Camas Tolkien Fellowship

A book club for adults passionate about Tolkien.

Bee Club

Advocacy and education for all.

Read to the Dog

Kids, come practice your reading with Cooper the therapy dog! Sign-up required.

1 On 1 Tech Help

Schedule a half hour with our tech guru for 1 on 1 tech help.

Game Night

Bring your own board game or play ours. For adults.

Make Me!

Different drop-in crafts for teens each month.


Thousands of LEGOs. All ages welcome!

Great Decisions

Learn about foreign policy and participate in lively, nonpartisan discussion.

Crochet Club

NEW! Save the date; starts March 7th.

Book Discussion Groups

Something for everyone!

Page Turners

For 4th-6th graders and a parent.

Story Explorers

For 2nd-3rd graders and a parent.

Mystery & Mayhem

Monthly mystery book club for adults. Sign-up at the Library.

No 2 Readers

Monthly general book club for adults. Sign-up at the Library.

Book to Art

Read the book, make some art! For adults. Sign up at the Library. The next meeting is March 26th.

Book to Art, Jr.

Read the book, make some art! For 6th-8th graders and their adult. Sign-up at the Library. 

Book Discussion Kits

Host your own group! Almost 200 titles available.


We have storytimes five days a week for multiple ages, in different languages!

Current Schedule of Storytimes
Mark Your Calendars!
Future Used Book Sales

Wednesdays through Mondays

2020 Mother's Day Week

2020 Camas Days Week

2020 Hometown Holidays Week

Thousands of gently used books at bargain prices!

Second Story Gallery
Whispers in the Wind

Karen Stewe will bring her nature photos to Second Story Gallery in February. Her show, “Reflections of the Pacific Northwest,” features scenes ranging from crashing waves to wildflower-filled meadows. 

The artist will open her show with a First Friday reception Feb. 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Gallery. Musician Rob Lewis will provide rhythms for the evening. The event is free and open to the public.

The show continues through Feb. 29 during regular library hours, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

How Can I Get Involved with the Library?

All meeting are open to the public.

Friends and Foundation of the Camas Library (FFCL)

Next meeting will be Monday, February 24th, at 6 pm. Board Member positions are available. Sign up for their newsletter here!

Want an easy way to support us? Bookmark Amazon Smile and choose FFCL as your non-profit.

Board of Trustees

Next meeting will be Thursday, February 6th, at 6:30 pm.

Mission Statement

We: Share, Explore, Reach, Value, Enrich. We SERVE our community.

Strategic Service Plan

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Director's Reports and Quarterly Reports
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616 NE 4th Ave, Camas
WA 98607 United States

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