Shelving Project

The foundation is seeking donations to help replace the library old, worn out, and inadequate shelving. The library’s current shelving was built-in when the library opened in 1965.  Formats such ...


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Moses Lake Public Library Foundation Honors Alice Harwood

The Moses Lake Public Library Foundation is pleased to honor Alice Harwood who served the community in many ways, but most memorably as an early member of the Board of Trustees of the North Central Regional Library from 1970 to 1982 following Moses Lake resident Bryan Miller, who was chair of the first seven member […]

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See You at the Fair!

Stop by and visit us at the Grant County Fair August 12-16!   (Find us in the Commercial Building) This is your chance to: Get a cool t-shirt! ONLY a $15 donation! Ask questions about the foundation Make a donation Find out about how you, your organization, or business can participate in the 50 Years of […]

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Glenna Bingham Passes

The Moses Lake Library, Foundation and the community lost a good friend July 8 with the passing of Glenna J. Bingham, 84. Glenna had lived in Moses Lake since she was 11 years old.  She started volunteering at the library in 1955 and was hired a year later as a full time clerk.  She worked there for the next […]

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The present Moses Lake Public Library was completed in 1964 and dedicated in 1965. In commemoration of its anniversary, the Moses Lake Public Library Foundation is composing an anthology of the collected memories, thoughts and stories about the library. The MLPLF is asking for submissions to complete this project, you can write a story, draw […]

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Help us celebrate National Book Week!

May 12-18, 2014 — the 95th anniversary! Children’s Book Week is the annual celebration of books for young people and the joy of reading. Established in 1919, Children’s Book Week is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country. Every year, commemorative events are held nationwide at schools, libraries, bookstores, homes — wherever young readers […]

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