Library

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Read about us! 
The Joseph Public Library is a vital part of our community serving as a center for information, cultural programming, and entertainment. The Joseph Public Library offers numerous services including:
  • Current Magazines
  • Current Newspapers 
  • Current Fiction and Non-fiction Books 
  • Books on tape 
  • New Movies
  • Reference Services  
  • And More!
In addition to public funding the library is supported by two local organizations - The Friends of the Joseph Public Library and The Wallowa Valley Library Foundation. 

Friends of the Library provides support through fund raisers and project assistance. Please call for date & time of meeting.
   
The Library is administered by the Joseph Library Board consisting of up to seven Joseph citizens. The board meets the first Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the Library. 
  
Our Programs
Up,Up, and Away: This is our fall reading program. Up,Up, and Away begins in November. This after school program is for anyone in grades first through sixth. The activities include story telling, songs, crafts, and games. This program has room for 30 children. You can contact the office for more information.

Summer Reading Program: This program starts in mid June and spans five weeks with stories, crafts, any first through fourth grade student can be involved. 



Hours: 
Noon - 4 p.m. 
Tuesday - Saturday 

Contact Information: 
Eric Shoudel, Librarian 
541-432-0141