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Adult Events and Classes

The Beaverton City Library offers a wide range of services and materials for adults of all ages.  We seek to offer lifelong learning and recreational support and meet the need for general information topics, as well as support the pursuit of personal interests for enjoyment including hobbies and entertainment.

  •  Audio Books
  •  Maps 
  •  Biographies
  •  Music CDs
  •  DVDs & Blu-Rays
  •  Newspapers on microfilm
  •  Fiction
  •  Non-Fiction
  •  Genre Fiction
    (Mystery, Fantasy/Sci-Fi & Western)
  •  Sheet Music
  •  Graphic Novels
  •  World Languages
  •  Large Print
  •  Video Games
  •  Magazines & Newspapers

Downloadable eBooks and audio books are provided through 3M Cloud and Library2Go.


Reference, informational assistance and reader’s advisory services are provided in-person and by telephone during all open hours as well as online through Answerland, the statewide live chat.  Text-a-librarian service is also available: text your question to 66746, including the word wccls in your message.  For telephone reference assistance please call (503) 644-2197 and choose option 2.

Regularly scheduled programs include  technology-related classes, book discussion groups, a writers group, a song circle and story slams. A variety of other adult-focused programs are offered throughout the year.

Library patrons have access to a number of paid subscription databases containing online magazines, journals, and much more through our membership in the Washington County Library System.