It is the policy of the C. Giles Hunt Sutherlin Public Library to issue a library card to any resident of Douglas County. Cards may be obtained in person or by requesting one electronically. Visit the book catalog page from this webpage and look to the upper right hand page corner. Our in-person and digital library services are made possible, without charge, by generous donations from our awesome card holders, the Sutherlin Friends of the Library, the Sutherlin Library Foundation, the City of Sutherlin, and grants from foundations believing in the crucial importance of literacy.
Visitors are always welcome.
In-person StoryTime will be suspended for the month of September. See below.
Per Governor Brown’s mandate, masks are once again required. All adults and children over six entering the Library need to wear masks. Books are still being cleaned upon return to the Library.
The 2021 Summer Reading Program will run from Wednesday, June 23, 2021 through Wednesday, August 18. All lessons will have kits available for pick-up prior to the lesson being posted.
**StoryTime will be suspended for the month of September. At the end of the month we will reconsider and hopefully reopen. Until then we will be posting online activities and reading suggestions for parents and little ones.**
This Summer at the Sutherlin Library
August STEM Lessons will be held Wednesday, August 4th, 11th and 18th, at 1:00 pm. Kits are available at the library.
August 4, 11, and 18: STEM Lessons with Isaac Ashby
July 7, 15, 21, and 28: Art Lessons with Morgan Krepky
Art kits will be provided; pick up at the Library on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, 1pm-3pm.
June 30 : Tying T-Shirts
Victoria Carnate, from UVA, will teach a class on tie dying T-shirts from 1:00-3:00 pm. The class is open to school aged children accompanied by an adult to help. T-shirts will be provided.
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June 23: Power of Plants
Plants grow all around us and are our natural heroes. Pick up your kits from the Sutherlin Library, Wednesday, June 23, from 1pm – 3pm. This Program is courtesy of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon.
Four Weekly Art Lessons with Morgan Krepky. (Spring classes will be back in 2022.
Resources In Sutherlin
We strive to provide the best resources and assistance to continuing the growth of our community
Books & Resources
We maintain a collection of more than 24,000 books, periodicals, and audio and visual resources onsite, and can access other materials from many sources.
Our community programs span all ages and demographics such as Early learning programs,summer reading programs, book clubs, pre-school story times and adult education programs.
We host community events all the time!We also have space available for other community-based meetings and small study groups.
Our facility boasts a number of awesome resources for the local community to use such as:
- Private Study Space
- Expansive childrens area
- Community Computers