Hours: Monday to Thursday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm | Closed: Fridays

Newport Library

The Newport Library and Community Center, located at 405 7th Avenue, provides multiple programs for children and adults including, monthly crafts, book clubs, adult craft groups, movie events, family story times, and PAWS to Read.  Services available: books, magazines, movies, games, public computers, printer, copier, small laminations, and wireless access. Residents may also check out the Library to use as a meeting room.

Library Events Calendar 

Library and Community Center Policy
HOURS
Mon 9:00 am- 8:00 pm
Tues 2:30-5:30 pm
Wed 1:00-8:00 pm
Thurs 1:00-6:00 pm
Sat 12:00-5:00 pm
Closed Friday, Sunday and Holidays

Programs

The Library and Community Center has several programs throughout the year. If you would like to receive email notifications of programs, please contact Sara-Marie Malewitz, Coordinator, at library@newportmn.com. 

Craft Program P.A.W.S. to Read
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The Newport Public Library came into existence in November 1889. The first library was in an old schoolhouse and was put together with the help of citizens who volunteered their time and efforts. The Library was relocated in 1897 to its current location.

Washington County Library System
Washington County installed a kiosk at the Newport Transit Station, 250 Red Rock Crossing, for residents to utilize for checking out items through the Washington County Library system. Residents can reserve items online at www.co.washington.mn.us/library. Once a resident's items are ready, they may pick them up and drop them off at the Transit Station.

Washington County Library Survey
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Washington County Library is in the process of updating its strategic plan, which will guide decisions for the library over the next several years. We want to hear how you use the library and what services you need. Take this short survey by September 15 to share your thoughts about library services, hours, and locations. Your input will help set goals and prioritize funding in ways that make sense for our community for years to come.