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The Ashland public library is a gem in plain view. Right there at the start of Siskiyou Blvd. it is a not to miss place for anyone who loves books. It's the best of a small town library. For starters, it's a beautiful old building...More
One morning, Andy and I took an early morning walk. We passed the library which is a beautiful old building with a newer wing right next door. There is a long flight of steps leading up to the buildings. The original building has columns and...More
Ashland has a great library no doubt, but what makes it an extra special community gathering spot is the huge children's library. They offer programs for ALL ages of children including infants.
The children's librarian certainly discovered her life's passion and it shows.
It is so great to see a community support their library the way Ashland does. This library offers free time on computers to people who are not local, and has a great historical collection. The space is beautiful and restful. A great place to spend...More
The old library is now a very well stocked children's section with not just books, but quiet activities to do. There was a picture on the wall, and the librarian was knowledgeable and told us the story behind it. It was Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) who...More