King County Library System - Fall City Branch

33415 SE 42nd Place
Fall City, WA 98024

425-222-5951

Opened: May 3, 2008

OVERVIEW

  • Design-build construction
  • Designed by Miller-Hull Partnership
  • 5,000 square feet

HISTORY

  • 1944: Fall City Study Club establishes Fall City's first library in the United Methodist Church's Sunday school classrooms, furnished by a desk found floating down the river
  • 1957: Library moves into Al and Bonnie Hansen's 18-by-24-foot honeymoon cottage on school property; KCLS provides books and the Fall City Study Club pays for utilities
  • 1967: The Study Club raises $9,267 to fund moving the library to larger facility
  • 1986: Library opens in old bank building where the bank vault became the teen area (minus the steel doors)
  • 2008: Opening of new 5,000 square foot Fall City Library

FRIENDS OF THE FALL CITY LIBRARY

  • Dues: Membership is free
  • Book Sales: Ongoing sale in library
  • Other Fundraisers: Annual Plant Sale
  • Meetings: Second Thursday of each month, 7 pm
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