Heritage Quest Research Library 1007 Main St, Sumner, WA98390 Leland and Steven Meitzler from Orting, Wash. sold their private collection of genealogy books and records in 1982,…More which became the basis of the Heritage Quest Research Library in Sumner. The library became a nonprofit organization in 1996 and is run completely by volunteers as an independent research facility. Volunteers can teach Saturday classes and share their knowledge or work a shift as a librarian. The library also participates in quarterly and annual heritage events throughout the Pacific Northwest. There are magazines and other heritage research items available for purchase; the library staff can also research heritage or genealogy questions for customers and will respond within two weeks with as much information as they can find.
The Sumner Pierce County Library, located just off the Puyallup River, is a great place to curl up with a good book…More or to get work done. Many community events happen at the library, and the meeting and study rooms are available for reservation. The library also has online access to extensive databases or e-source that's perfect for research, including LexisNexis Statistical Datasets and magazine archives.
This is an excellent place to start if you're job hunting -- the Job and Buisness Center has a network of dedicated computers and literature on local resources available to peruse during your visit. The library also hosts a number of job seminars and adult computer classes that can help build necessary skills to become a stronger job candidate. The Sumner Pierce County Library also is an official standardized test proctor.
Bonney Lake Pierce County Library 18501 90th St E, Bonney Lake, WA98391 The Bonney Lake Pierce County Library serves the greater Bonney Lake community and is also enjoyed by Buckley and Sumner…More residents. It is not only a great place to find the latest book, it's also the epicenter of community literature and film events in Bonney Lake. The Friends of Bonney Lake Library sponsor Books on Tapps Book Group, which meets monthly to discuss chosen literature. Visit the location for information on meeting times and places, as they change every month.