Libraries are cool, especially in the heat

libraries are cool graphicIn the heat of the summer, finding a way to stay cool can a problem.

Most of the Sno-Isle Libraries community libraries can be one solution. Of the 23 library buildings, 20 have air conditioning and are open to the public during regular business hours. Open hours can vary from building to building.

Wi-fi is free and available without a library card for those bringing their own device. Along with the events calendar, library staff members have put together a list of 24 things to do at Sno-Isle Libraries while also beating the heat. In extreme heat conditions, especially in the buildings without air conditioning, staff may decide to close for comfort and safety.

Libraries with air conditioning

1. Brier Library
2. Camano Island Library
3. Clinton Library
4. Coupeville Library
5. Darrington Library
6. Edmonds Library
7. Freeland Library
8. Granite Falls Library
9. Lakewood/Smokey Point Library
10. Langley Library
11. Lynnwood Library
12. Mariner Library
13. Marysville Library
14. Mill Creek Library
15. Monroe Library
16. Mountlake Terrace Library
17. Mukilteo Library
18. Oak Harbor Library
19. Snohomish Library
20. Sultan Library

Libraries without air conditioning

1. Lake Stevens
2. Arlington
3. Stanwood