Tue. 9:30 - 2:30
Wed. 11:30 - 4:30
Thu. 9:30 - 2:30
112 W. Main St.
PO Box 191, Craigmont, ID 83523
Come in and browse our books for all ages, audiobooks (CD and MP3), and movies (DVD and Blu-Ray).
We also offer two computer stations for public internet access and WiFi that can be used any time of day.
Interested in supporting the library through volunteering and fund raising?
Join our Friends of the Library Group!
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 2:30p in the library. We have one major fundraiser a year, our Books & Bites Sale on the 1st Saturday in May in conjunction with the City-Wide Yard Sale. Our goal is to install all new, cleverly designed book shelves in our library. We are always accepting gently used books for our annual sale.
Our next selection is Black River by S.M Hulse
(2017 Everybody Reads selection).
Come prepared to share what you learned from it, what you liked or disliked about it, how it inspired you, or just sit and enjoy the other members' reports. (See more events here.)
A tense Western and an assured debut, Black River tells the story of a man marked by a prison riot as he returns to the town--and the convict--who shaped him. When Wes Carver returns to Black River, he carries two things in the cab of his truck: his wife’s ashes and a letter from the prison parole board. The convict who held him hostage during a riot, twenty years ago, is being considered for release. Wes has been away from Black River ever since the riot. He grew up in this small Montana town, encircled by mountains, and, like his father before him and most of the men there, he made his living as a Corrections Officer. A talented, natural fiddler, he found solace and joy in his music. But during that riot Bobby Williams changed everything for Wes--undermining his faith and taking away his ability to play.
How can a man who once embodied evil ever come to good? How can he pay for such crimes with anything but his life? As Wes considers his own choices and grieves for all he’s lost, he must decide what he believes and whether he can let Williams walk away.
Lapwai / District Office