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Mobile Library LINC at the Community Shelter in Chattaroy with Free Wi-Fi, Computers & Resources

Posted on August 23, 2023 at 4:40 pm

LINC, the mobile library of Spokane County Library District, parked in Spokane County and open for library visitors.

In response to the devastating Oregon Road wildfire in Elk, our mobile library LINC will be at the community shelter at Riverside High School (4120 E Deer Park Milan Rd, Chattaroy, WA) and other locations to offer support and services for the community.

Special days and hours for LINC visits:

Riverside High School
4120 E Deer Park Milan Rd, Chattaroy, WA

Saturday, Aug 26, 9:45am–3:30pm
Tuesday, Aug 29, 9:45am–2pm
Wednesday, Aug 30, 9:45am–3:30pm
Thursday, Aug 31, 9:45am–3:30pm
Friday, Sep 1, 9:45am–3:30pm
Saturday, Sep 2, 9:45am–3:30pm
Wednesday, Sep 6, 9:45am–12:15pm
Thursday, Sep 7, 9:45am–3:30pm
Friday, Sep 8, 9:45am–3:30pm

LINC will also be visiting these area locations:

Chattaroy Community Church
3711 E Chattaroy Rd #8608, Chattaroy, WA
Wednesday, Sep 6, 1:30pm–3pm

North County Food Pantry
40015A N Collins Rd, Elk, WA
Wednesday, Sep 20, 9:30am–12pm

If you are facing uncertainty, need help, and/or are looking to connect with your neighbors, you can get access to the following and more, at no cost while visiting LINC or any of our libraries:

  • Wi-Fi internet access for mobile devices
  • Computers with internet and common software
  • Printing of up to 80 pages per week
  • Online resources in our Digital Library
  • Library staff who can help you find community, regional, and statewide resources
  • Space to gather with others and unwind

Kids can ask a lot of questions when natural disasters happen. We’ve put together the booklist Let’s Talk About: Wildfires. These titles about wildfires, firefighting, survival, and recovery will help reassure and provide helpful answers to the children in your life.

Our staff are here to help. If you are unable to visit LINC or the library in person, you can reach out by phone at 509.893.8400 and online using the Ask a Librarian form.

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