Dear Foundation Supporters,

As the coronavirus health crisis continues, we are proud of how our communities have responded by continuing social distancing and taking every precaution to ensure the health of our neighbors. Sno-Isle Libraries is responding too, expanding our services to help bring the library to as many people as possible. Library staff have begun reaching out to customers who may be feeling the effects of the crisis most acutely, sending cards and calling customers to help them access our digital services, and ensure they are staying connected to their communities.

We've also made the library more accessible with the new Online Library Card. The Online Library card is downloaded directly from Sno-Isle's website and can be used immediately. Please share this link - - with friends and family who need a card.

Parents also need extra support, and starting next week, Sno-Isle Libraries will be offering online storytime so that children can participate in the storytimes so important to their development.

The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation is proud to support the hard work of Sno-Isle Libraries, and I will continue to update you on all the ways Sno-Isle is meeting the needs of our communities during this difficult time. Please visit to access all of our digital materials, and thank you again for being a stakeholder of the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation.

Event with Kristin Hannah
Enjoying a Foundation event
Woman has book signed by author Timothy Egan

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Trudy Sundberg 2020 Event Cancelled and Rescheduled to May 2021
The Trudy Sundberg Lecture Series 2020 featuring Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha has been officially rescheduled and moved to May 2021 due to the COVID-19 public health guidelines
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The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library.
—Albert Einstein
Third-Grade Reading Challenge participants
Your donation helps fund innovative programs

2019 Third-Grade Reading Challenge

The Read Hawks of Hillcrest Elementary in Lake Stevens was the top scoring team at the "Sno-Isle Libraries Mega-Fun, Biblio-Trivia, Rockem-Sockem Third-Grade Reading Challenge" Finals on March 25.

Community Partners

We greatly acknowledge the community partners that make our mission a reality.