Juliaetta Library

Juliaetta Library


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205 Main St, Juliaetta, Idaho 83535

Telephone: (208) 276-7071


Branch Manager: Linda Weeks,

E-mail: juliaetta@latahlibrary.org




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The Juliaetta Community Library is part of the county system.

Open hours:

Tuesdays 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Wednesdays 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Thursdays 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Closed Mondays, Fridays, and weekends.

Storytimes are on Thursdays at 10:30, from September to April.

The library has books, videos, Cd's,and DVD's to be checked out. Donated books are for sale.

Patrons can also use the Public Access computers with InterNet access for free. The library is a wireless hotspot so you may use your own laptop inside or outside of the library for Internet connection. Summer Reading has weekly programs for children through grade 6. The Friends of the Juliaetta Community Library meet monthly.

Community Library Project Committee

Community Library Project Committee meeting is held on the first Tuesday of every month. Please come and help build a new library for our community. There are many ways to help. Come find out how you can help.

History

The current bulding containing the Juliaetta Community Library was constructed in 1898 as a two-story building located elsewhere. The Juliaetta Sun had its offices in the front of the bulding with an apartment in the rear. The upstairs story housed the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Lodges as well as the Grange at one time.

When the Rebekahs Lodge disbanded in 1976, this 2-story building was donated to the city and the Rebekahs Hall was lowered for the library.

The Potlatch Community Library continues to have the highest circulation figures for the entire system excluding Moscow.

(Early history excerpts from "Juliaetta ID Historical Tour" by J-K Heritage Foundation)