Reardan Memorial Library serves as a public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.

Book Sale

@Reardan Memorial Library

Mule Days    11:00 ~ 3:00

Check out our huge selection of books

Suspense   ~   Biography

Mystery  ~    Non-fiction

Romance    ~     Children

Western   ~   Sci-Fi

All available for donation

Downstairs at the Library

120 S. Oak St.


Refreshments upstairs:

Check out the Library!

   The Answer to "There's Nothing to Do this Summer"

Join us at the Reardan Park for Summer Day Camp. Join us for all six weeks, or pick the weeks that interest you the most. Camp runs from 8am-5pm. For ages 6-13. Only $50 per week!


Weekly Themes in Reardan:

  • Space Camp (July 3-7, none on the 4th)
  • Art Around the World
  • (July 10-14)
  • Pirate Week (July 7-21)
  • Mad Science (July 24-28)
  • Survivor (July 31- Aug 4)
  • Sports Camp (Aug 7-11)


I am determined to be cheerful and happy in whatever situation I may find myself. For I have learned that the greater part of our misery or unhappiness is determined not by our circumstance but by our disposition.

~Martha Washington

May 1

The first United States Postal Card was issued, 1873

The Empire State Building opened, 1931

May 2

Captain John Smith landed at Jamestown, 1607

May 3

Margaret Mitchell won the Pulitzer Prize for "Gone With The Wind," 1937

May 5

John T. Scopes was arrested in Tennessee for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution, 1925

Astronaut Alan Shepard went on the first manned space flight, 1961

May 7

Germany surrendered to the United States, 1945

May 10

The first Mother's Day observance took place in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1908

May 18

 Mt. St. Helen's volcano in Washington state erupted, 1980

May 24

Samuel F.B. Morse transmitted the first message as America's first telegraph line was opened, 1844

May 31

Walt Whitman was born in West Hill, New York, 1819

Two Thousand people perished when a dam break created a flood in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 1889

The 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution was declared in effect, 1913


Wondering What to Read Next?

Have you read all the books by your favorite author? Did you just finish a book that you really loved? Do you want to read another book just like it, but you don't know what to try? The following sites can help you find a book that you will enjoy!

Goodreads: Get recommendations from what you've read or what your friends are reading, rate books that you've read.

LibraryThing: Get recommendations based on what you've read.

What Should I Read Next: One of the best things about What Should I Read Next is that you don’t need an account to sign in. You just type in a book you like or that you’ve read, and it populates a list of similar books. has more than

3,500 learning activities across all major subject areas

and 450 lessons for ages 2-7.

Help your child build a strong foundation for future academic success.

Come into the library and play and learn.

The free lessons are only available at the library.

New Titles at the Library
Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.