Mid-Columbia Libraries

Mid-Columbia Libraries' 12 branch libraries, Bookmobile, and outreach teams provide quality library services to the nearly 241,000 residents of Benton, Franklin, and parts of Adams Counties.  Community members came together in 1948 to form the first board of directors. Mid-Columbia Libraries has continually provided Bookmobile services since 1949. The early library district was meant to serve the region's unincorporated areas and provided a rare opportunity for families to explore the world through reading. Founding director Neva LeBlond Bequette guided the library district through many decades and helped instill a pioneering spirit of innovation, relevance, and excellent service.  

Program Contact Info
First Name: 
Charity
Last Name: 
Cree
Title: 
Programs Manager
Location: 
1620 S Union St
Kennewick, WA 99338
United States
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Program Details
Year Established: 
1949
Affiliation: 
Leap into Science
Program Focus: 
Humanities
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Technology
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Math
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Engineering
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General Science
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Invention Education
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Earth and Environmental Science
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Arts
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Biology
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Robotics
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Space Science/Aerospace/Rocketry
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mid-columbia-libraries