The Little Boston Branch Library serves 2,800 residents in the City of Kingston and is a part of the Kitsap Regional Library. The library system maintains 438,500 volumes and circulates two million items annually, including books, audiobooks, movies, music, periodicals, and digital resources. Opened in 1974, the Little Boston Branch is owned by the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe and operated by the Kitsap Regional Library. It provides collections of original works of Coast Salish and Northwest Coast artwork, dedicated kids and teens areas, meeting rooms, public computers, free WiFi, copy, fax, and scan devices, curbside pickup, and book drop services, as well as events for all ages.

Contact Little Boston Branch Library


Physical Address:
31986 Little Boston Road NE
Kingston, Washington {JSON:Zip}


Popular Public Libraries