Through this new phase of the Pathway Partnership, Tacoma Public School (TPS) educators may access premium public library resources with their employee ID. Educators share this privilege with their students, who have been able to use their school ID as a library card for four years. Learn more. We, at Tacoma Public Library, hope this…Read More from Tacoma Library Welcomes TPS Educators to the Pathway Partnership
Tacoma Public Library is always looking for ways to improve service to our patrons. In fact, you may have noticed some recent improvements such as: • Making getting a library card easier through an online application process for an eCard • eCards providing immediate access to our digital eResources • Making Standard, Internet and eCards…Read More from Improving Service at Tacoma Public Library
Hunger is Roxane Gay's powerful memoir discussing the effects of trauma on self-image and weight, and exploring the author’s experience interacting with societal expectations around a woman’s appearance. The title is Mayor Marilyn Strickland’s selection for Tacoma Reads 2017, the city's community wide reading program, now in its 15th year. Copies of Hunger are currently available at all…Read More from Hunger selected for Tacoma Reads 2017
All Tacoma Public Library branches will be closed on Saturday, September 2nd in observation of Labor Day.Read More from All branches closed Saturday, September 2, 2017
Starting August 29th, Tacoma Public Library is making it easier for you to get in and get out quickly with the installation of SelfCheck machines at every branch. Intended to increase efficiency, 30 new SelfCheck machines have been added as part of a system-wide improvement plan supported by funds from the city. In addition, each location…Read More from SelfCheck Machines are Here!