The Mount Vernon City Library is helping people grow their own food with our seed library.
This service is open to Skagit residents. Request seeds using the link below.
Seed Starting Basics Video Gardening Series
Rami Warburton is a farmworker and cheesemaker in the valley and the founder of the Skagit Seed Library. In this 5 part video series Rami will discuss topics such as planting from seed, transplanting, garden planning, sustainable soil practices, and pollinator plants. A new video will premiere every Wednesday afternoon throughout the month of March on Facebook, Instagram and the library YouTube channel. Don't forget the library has family seed packs and pollinator seed packs available now. 79 seed packs went out in the month of February and it is not too late to get yours! You can request them on our website or by giving us a call at 360-336-6209.
March Craft of the Month
March's Craft of the Month Kit for adults and teens is here!
This month's kit contains supplies to make origami tulips.
If you are interested in kit, please place a hold via our online catalog, and we will notify you when it is ready for pickup. Available while supplies last.
See What's Been Recently Added to Our Collection!
Click on the links below to see the full lists of new items added to our collection.
To see an item in our catalog click on the title, and, if you're interested, you can place a hold with your library card. You might get lucky and be the first in line for a title!
Our Personal Shopping service helps you get your own personalized recommendations. After filling out a brief form below about your broad preferences, we will curate a bag of books, movies, or audiobooks for your enjoyment. Try it today. The form can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (feel free to take a picture of the form or just email the answers), dropped off at the library or just give us a call with your answers.
315 Snoqualmie St.
Mt Vernon, WA 98273
Sunday - Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Friday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
The library building is temporarily closed to the public until further notice