On Saturday March 14, 2015 the Nampa Public Library opened its doors to the public for the first time in its beautiful new building, and welcomed over 8,000 people in. Five years later on Saturday, March 14, we will be celebrating and reflecting on the positive impact the new facility has made in our community. In the last 5 years the library has:
  • Hosted over 20,500 outside events and meetings
  • Welcomed over 1,628,993 people through its doors
The wonderful staff at the Nampa Public Library are both humbled and proud of the differences we make in people’s lives every day! 

  • 10:30-10:45: Hearing from Mayor Kling, Library Director and Library Foundation
  • 11-11:45: Performance by Idaho Arts Charter School's Global Beats
  • 10am-1pm: Button making, art projects in Multipurpose Room, The Materials Services Experience (create your own books!), cupcakes and birthday hats
  • 10am-1pm: Children's Dentistry is bringing their MONSTER TRUCK! They will be in the alley, and children can see the monster truck and take plenty of photos with it!
  • Back-of-house SVEN Tour (book sorter): 10:15, 10:45, 12:15 and 12:45 (15 minute tours)
  • Scavenger Hunt - ALL DAY!

Visit nampalibrary.org/bewellnampa to see all of the resources offered.

These include community health services, dental services,
on-site behavioral health counseling, health hub resources
and multiple programs and events!

Health appointments, dental visits, counseling services
and programs are provided to patrons free of charge.

The Be Well Nampa project is funded by the National
Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) through the
NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Award.
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