Closed until 10:00am tomorrow


10:00AM - 6:00PM

10:00AM - 6:00PM

10:00AM - 6:00PM

10:00AM - 5:00PM

10:00AM - 5:00PM


322 NE First Street
Winlock, WA 98596

Upcoming Events

Holidays and Closures

  • Christmas Eve
    Sunday, December 24, 2023
    Closed All Day
  • Christmas Day
    Monday, December 25, 2023
    Closed All Day
  • New Year's Day
    Monday, January 1, 2024
    Closed All Day

About Winlock

    • Air Conditioning
    • Checkout Stations
    • Chromebooks
    • Computers & WiFi
    • Holds Pickup
    • iPads
    • Library Takeout Window - Contact Free Service
    • Print / Copy / Scan / Fax
    • Remote Printing
    • WorkSource Connection Site
    • Art Supply Cart
    • Xbox in Teen Area
  • Limited Parking on First St, additional parking available on Front St.

  • Restroom - changing tables

    1 accessible parking space in front of library.

    Materials are rarely shelved on bottom shelves.

    Some materials are shelved above 4 feet high in the Adult section of the library.

    1 accessible self-checkout stations.

    Entry doors are not automated.

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New at Winlock


Igniting Futures: Latinx Youth Summit 2023

Nov 06, 2023
TRL is proud to work with community partners to organize the 21st annual Latinx Youth Summit.

Learn a Language with Mango

Nov 01, 2023
New adaptive language-learning experience with tools and guidance you need to expand your language skills. Available online or using an app.

Native American Heritage Month - Books for Kids

Celebrate the rich tapestry of Native American cultures and traditions with our captivating collection of children's books.

Native American Heritage Month - Books for Teens

Tales of ancestral wisdom, stories of contemporary life, or accounts of historical events, these books provide a platform for teens.

Technology To Help Bridge The Gap

Technology can play a role in helping children learn to read. These valuable tools support reading skill with interactive, engaging games, puzzles and activities. Audiobooks and read-aloud can enhance the reading experience and improve phonetic skills. A balanced approach combines technology with caregivers involvement and guidance.

Non-traditional Teaching Tools


Loaded with a world of learning with apps, videos, storybooks, and games just for kids. No internet needed.

VOX Books

Listen while reading through the book. No batteries or internet access needed; just press a button and you’re listening and reading!

Early Math Backpacks

Contain picture books, launchpad, manipulatives, and a game, focusing on early math concepts. For ages 3-5.

Kids Playaway Audiobooks

An audiobook player built just for kids. No internet needed. Simply plug in headphones and press play.

Online Resources

Centralia Chronicle via NewsBank

Local and regional news articles from the Centralia Chronicle ranging from October 2002 to the present.


News media archive that consolidates articles from newspapers, blogs, broadcast transcripts, and more into one place.

Washington Rural Heritage Project

Unique local history materials from libraries, museums, and private collections of citizens across Washington State.


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