Camas, WA — 100 never looked so good, and the Camas Library is in celebration mode.
On April 4, 2023, the Camas Library will officially turn 100 years old, and you can help this Camas gem celebrate all-day and into the evening.
On April 4, 1923, the Women’s Club of Camas formed what is now the Camas Public library and since that date, it’s been bringing joy to this community. Now, 100 years later the Camas Library is hosting a full day of events that will include goodies, treats and a scavenger hunt for kids.
In addition to the festivities, every 100th person to enter the library will receive a special prize in honor of the momentous occasion.
At 4 pm, swing music and dancing will kick-off the evening portion of the festivities, which will also include a free raffle at 6 pm.
According to Camas Library Director, Connie Urquhart, this is a great opportunity to invite the whole community to visit the Library.
“It’ll be a fun time, plus it’s a great chance to look back at history,” said Urquhart. “It also gives the community a chance to remember the good times, and to also think about what the future could hold!”
More information at https://www.cityofcamas.us/library