Napa Valley Wine Library Association 1492 Library Ln, Saint Helena, CA94574 The Napa Valley Wine Library Association is a nonprofit group that was founded in 1963. It is dedicated to maintaining…More and supporting the Napa Valley Wine Library, which is located inside the St. Helena Public Library. The association procures materials relating to wine, and each year it publishes two Napa Valley Wine Library Reports and hosts an annual tasting for members.
St. Helena Public Library 1492 Library Ln, Saint Helena, CA94574 At St. Helena Public Library, residents have access to around 96,000 books, videos, magazines, DVDs, microfilm and other…More media. Events for kids and teens occur periodically throughout any given month and a calender can be viewed at the library's website. The building houses the world-famous Silverado Museum and the Napa Valley Wine Library.
St. Helena Public Library Foundation 1492 Library Ln, Saint Helena, CA94574 St. Helena Public Library Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and strengthening the St. Helena…More Public Library. The organization works in conjuncture with Friends of the Library in providing financial support. Its focus includes substantial gifts and bequests, charitable trusts, matching grants, securing capital funding and other planned giving strategies.
The Yountville Library 6516 Washington St, Yountville, CA94599 The Yountville Library is a small public library operated by the Napa County Library system. Formally situated in the…More Town Hall, it moved to the Yountville Community Center in 2010. Its collection includes a wide selection of books, magazines, newspapers, music CDs, audiobooks, DVDs and reference books. It also features eight public use computers, pay-per-page printers, Wi-Fi access and color and black-and-white copiers.
Located between Fifth and Division streets on downtown Napa's historic Coombs St., this is the flagship of Napa…More County's four-city library system. Since 1963, when it merged with the local city library, it is also supported by City of Napa funding, which helps keep its doors open six days a week.
Built in 1974 and expanded during the 1990's, the library offers a wealth of services, from Internet access via its 37 Web-enabled computers to special programs for kids, teens and adults. Its Community Room, which is available for rent, is also the site of the popular Friends of the Library book sales, held several days a year. And the library's Project Upgrade literacy program (707-253-4283) is always looking for volunteers to help Napans learn to read and write in English.
Napa Valley Genealogical Library 1701 Menlo Ave, Napa, CA94558 "Dedicated to the bicentennials of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights," this small facility is…More located just off California Boulevard north of Lincoln Avenue. Its holdings include both genealogical and biographical material. The library has been serving the Napa area since 1991. Please note that the library is staffed by volunteers, so call ahead to make sure it is staffed before you arrive.
Napa County Historical Society 1219 1st St, Napa, CA94559 The Historical Society is a free research library and museum dedicated to the preservation of the history and lore of…More Napa County. Located in a historic building in downtown Napa which is the oldest library in California still used for its original purpose, the library holdings include books, old city directories, architectural plans, land grants, photographs, and other unique documents. Visitors are encouraged to view the museum and also become members.