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Bud Werner Memorial Library

1289 Lincoln Avenue
970-879-0240

Mission

The Bud Werner Memorial Library is your index to the world. We connect you to the information you need, the inspiration you seek and the stories you long to experience.

Purpose

The library is committed to providing free, equal and meaningful access to knowledge and information in a variety of formats including print, audiovisual and electronic. The Internet has become the primary platform for access to electronic information resources and databases essential for library research purposes. Resources available on the Internet supplement and compliment the collections of the Bud Werner Memorial Library.



Reviews

Andy J. Kennedy

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
"Came for the winter, stayed for the library!" So true, this is one of the highlights of Steamboat! I know, a library? A highlight?? No, it is! Get a coffee, take it upstairs, read a magazine, while looking down at the raving Yampa River. This is a great place to take in free WiFi while in town if you have to work for an hour, or just want to chill indoors on a hot day, a rainy day, a snowy day. Much quieter than Starbucks 🙊

David Bolt

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Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017
Great library along the Yampa River with a coffee shop inside and a lot of historical documents and books about Steamboat and the mountains.

Kyle Atkinson

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Monday, April 17, 2017
Coziest library in the state in my opinion. Especially for teens. They have an amazing area for them and a several floors for adults. The view is incredible all year around.

robin stone

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Saturday, April 8, 2017
The staff, the books, the building, the internet, the cafe, the fish and more! This library's mission is "to be a place of public happiness". It has succeeded. Our family is so grateful for this Steamboat treasure. Thank you.

DAVID WILICHOWSKI

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Monday, Jan. 9, 2017
Nice library with a good amount of books for various topics. Helpful for research and just for finding good books to read.

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