Whether you're interested in Children's Books, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Research, Videos, or Magazines, the Omak Library is the place to start! If we don't have what you're looking for at our fingertips, we'll see if the North Central Regional Library, or another library somewhere, has what you want! The North Central Regional Library has an on-line resource page at www.ncrl.org The Omak Library also houses four public access internet and word processing stations. These are available for half hour and one hour time slots. Reservations are available for one station only, the others are on a first come first serve basis. Phone the library in the morning to reserve for that same day.
"Whether you're interested in Children's Books, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Research, Videos, or Magazines, the Omak Library is the place to start!"
The Omak Municipal Library
Regional manager: Sharon Reddick
Circulation Manager: Sandra Menendez
The Omak Municipal Library is located at 30 South Ash Street, at the south end of the Civic League Park, in Omak Washington.
9 AM to 8 PM - Monday thru Thursday
9 AM to 5 PM on Friday
9 AM to 5 PM on Saturday
1 PM to 5 PM on Sunday
The Mindbenders Book Club
Give your mind a workout with thought provoking non-fiction books from recommended reading lists. The library has a non-fiction selection of the month available for non-fiction readers. Discussion group meets the last Friday of each month from 3:00-4:00pm. Join our volunteer discussion leader, Kate Wallace Johnson, an avid reader and instructor at Wenatchee Valley College, for a stimulating discussion.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUPS
These free events are held at the Omak Public Library in the Pioneer Room, and the public is welcome. We hope you can join one of our reading groups and share your joy of reading.
Fridays from 11:30am-Noon.
Need to host a meeting? Need a meeting space?
The Library has a room designed for public meetings, with exterior access for your convenience.
Please call the Library for information on reserving the Pioneer Room for your meeting.
The Omak Library is home to beautiful stained glass panels, received through gifts and memorials. The panels have been chosen to celebrate our historical and cultural heritage in the Okanogan Valley. It is worth a visit to the library to enjoy these fine examples of art in glass.
Regular meetings of the Library Board are held on the second Monday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Omak Library