Reardan Memorial Library serves as a public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.

Emergency Broadband Benefit

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more.

As of May 12, 2021, eligible households will be able to enroll in the Program to receive a monthly discount off the cost of broadband service from an approved provider. Eligible households can enroll through an approved provider or by visiting

“Families in every corner of the country have been struggling to get online throughout this pandemic. For those families, we now say help is around the corner. I’m proud of the work we’ve done as an agency to get this program off the ground in record time,” said Rosenworcel.

The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program will provide eligible households with discounts of up to $50 a month for broadband service, and up to $75 a month if the household is on Tribal lands. It also will provide a one-time discount of up to $100 on a computer or tablet for eligible households. Under the law, the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is open to households that participate in an existing low-income or pandemic relief program offered by a broadband provider; Lifeline subscribers, including those that are on Medicaid or accept SNAP benefits; households with kids receiving free and reduced-price lunch or school breakfast; Pell grant recipients; and those who have lost jobs and seen their income reduced in the last year.

For more information about the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, please visit: 

Summer Reading Returns this Summer


Reardan Library is working with the Reardan-Edwall School District and RECAP to provide Summer Reading. Join us Thursdays from 10:30 to 12:00 in July and August (exact dates to be announced) for reading, crafts, experiments, speakers and food.


Discover Washington State

Would you like to explore Washington's State Parks?

Back by popular demand, the Check Out Washington program allows library card holders to check out free Discover Passes for a week at a time. Check out your pass and head for a state-managed recreation site.

Reardan Library has two Discover Passes that may be checked out. A Discover Pass usually sells for $30 for year-long access. These passes allow for motor vehicle access to lands managed by:

Washington State Parks

Washington State Department of Natural Resources

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

According to About the Pass | Discover Pass, WA - Official Websitethe Discover Pass offers you access to millions of acres of state recreation lands in Washington, including:

Tag Reardan Memorial Library, the Washington State Library (@WashingtonStateLibrary) and Washington State Parks (@WashingtonStateParks) in your posts about your adventures with the loaner pass.

Orgs you can tag in this post:

The Discover Pass is a motor vehicle permit only. You do not need the pass to access state recreation lands by boat or by non-motorized means (foot, horse, bicycle, etc.). Motor vehicles used to transport recreation equipment, such as vehicles pulling horse or boat trailers, must display the pass. However, the trailers being towed that are carrying the equipment do not need a Discover Pass. Boaters will still need to pay for such services as moorage and waste-pumping.

If you just want to drive through state recreation lands managed by DNR and WDFW and you do not leave your vehicle, you do not need a pass.           




Guidelines for library use 


Masks are not required for those who are fully immunized. If you are not yet fully immunized, please continue to wear a mask.


   Use hand sanitizer upon entering.  



Please remember to stay six feet away from others!  

 As usual, if you are sneezing, coughing, sniffling, or if you feel ill, please do not enter the library. We look forward to being here when you are feeling better.






Reardan Memorial Library

is online with

Wheatland Libraries!


When you access the catalog, you will find the holdings in all Lincoln County Libraries and the East Adams (Ritzville) Library! We have joined forces to provide more items for our patrons. At this time, if you put a hold on an item from another library, you must pick up and return the item at that library. In the future, we hope to have the ability to transport the books among the libraries for your convenience.

If you want to see only what Reardan Library has, please choose Reardan from the drop down menu.



Take Classes from home via the


At LinkedIn Learning  you can explore topics, learn a software program that you have been wanting to learn, or discover new interests. A few of the topics include

  • Computer Literacy for Windows 10
  • Time Management
  • Communicating with Confidence
  • Graphic Design Tips and Tricks
  • Photoshop Essentials


Explore all the possibilities online at LinkedIn Learning. The Washington State Library Division of the Secretary of State helps make this service available to patrons of Reardan Library by partnering with us in the cost. 

You can access these resources at home with your library card, or you can come in and use one of our three desktop computers, one of our many tablets, or our laptop.

Access to your LinkedIn Learning account is the same as your library user name and PIN:

Library card number:       firstname.lastname

PIN:                  Lastname







Wondering What to Read Next?

Have you read all the books by your favorite author? Did you just finish a book that you really loved? Do you want to read another book just like it, but you don't know what to try? The following sites can help you find a book that you will enjoy!

Goodreads: Get recommendations from what you've read or what your friends are reading, rate books that you've read. Also, find the Choice Awards. These are books that have been voted on by readers like you. Goodreads has a yearly reading challenge. You determine how many books you would like to read for the year. Then as you finish your books, record them on Goodreads. An easy way to keep track of the books you read!

LibraryThing: Get recommendations based on what you've read.

What Should I Read Next: One of the best things about What Should I Read Next is that you don’t need an account to sign in. You just type in a book you like or that you’ve read, and it populates a list of similar books. 

New Titles at the Library
Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.