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Free resources from Multnomah County Central Library

Check out an outdoor eco-roof, get homework help, learn a new language, and more.

Three stone archways lead to the front doors of a public library.

Another phase of construction at Multnomah County Central Library will begin in 2023 and is estimated to take six months or more.

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When we say public libraries are magic, we’re not just speaking to bookworms. ✨

Outside of printed knowledge, fantastical escapes, and harrowing journeys, Multnomah County Central Library has also amassed a huge catalog of other offerings.

Check out these library resources for cardholders — and some for those without one. Pro tip: library cards are free.

On-site delights

In addition to being insanely Instagrammable, the library offers amenities to those who step through its doors.

Make an appointment

Workers at the library aren’t just there to help you find books. Try out:

Digital treats

Enjoy the academic bounties from home:

Take it home

Books aren’t the only thing you can check out. You can also reserve:

Getting down to business

Professionally minded individuals can benefit from:

No card needed

Here’s what you can enjoy without a library card.

Want more? The library has more resources on its website.

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