Keizer Community Library

imagination and discovery

imagination and discovery
Open Hours
Monday 1-7
Tuesday 3-7
Wednesday 11-5
Thursday & Friday 1-5
Saturday 11-3

Cover-to-cover reading club begins March 2!

Join the In-N-Out Cover to Cover Club! Children who read five books or 300 minutes will earn a free In-N-Out hamburger or cheeseburger! Children between the ages of 4 and 12 are eligible to participate. If the children are unable to read themselves, their parents may read five books to them or read to them […]

Happy Birthday, Oregon!

One hundred and sixty four years ago today, Oregon became the 33rd state of the United States. It had only been about 50 years since Lewis and Clark arrived on the Oregon coast! By 1848, Oregon was forming a government in the Oregon Territory, which at the time included what is now the states of […]

Genealogy Assistance is on Monday, Feb 12 from 5pm to 7pm

Reserve your slot for Genealogy Assistance from the Willamette Valley Genealogical Society! The Willamette Valley Genealogical Society will be at KCL to provide one-on-one assistance for genealogical research for free on the second and fourth Mondays of each month! Reserve a half hour time slot at the front desk, or call us at 503-390-2370 and […]

Do you love the library? If so, click here!

Do you love the library? Want to know how you can help? Keizer City Council wants your opinion about what services the City should offer in the future. Please fill out their short survey by February 6 and let them know that Keizer needs a public library! The survey will ask if you feel the Keizer […]

February is Black History Month

About Black History Month Black History Month was established in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, a scholar dedicated to celebrating the achievements of Black people. KCL is celebrating by gathering materials that you can explore to learn about the history and contributions of Black Americans. Check out our Black History Month display across from the […]

Why do you love the library?

Why do you love the library? In February we will be featuring a “Why We Love the Library” campaign on social media. You can send in your thoughts on why you love the library by clicking here!

Fiber Arts Circle on Saturday, Jan 20

Do you practice fiber arts like knitting or embroidery? Bring your project to KCL on January 20th and join other artists for our Fiber Art Circle!