The Nisqually Tribe Library serves an important role to the Nisqually Indian Tribe and Community through the collection and management of, and engagement with culturally relevant published materials and collections. In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, our current program offerings include:


  • Curbside and on-Reservation materials pick-up and drop-off
  • Telephone and email reference services
  • Online programming and events
  • Quarterly Family Engagement drive-through programs
  • Online databases and professional development applications for patrons


As programs being to open up – with clearance from our Public Health Officers and Tribal Council – our program will resume:


  • Weekly story times for Nisqually Tribe Childcare and Head Start classes

  • In-person reference services and materials check-out
  • Computer and printing services


Nisqually Tribal Library
4816 She-Nah-Num Drive S.E., Olympia, WA 98513
Phone: (360) 456-5221 ext. 1125


Library Staff:

Darla Obi, Operations Manager
(360) 456-5221 ext. 1220 


Kayla Sparkuhl, Culture, Education & Outreach Coordinator
(360) 456-5221 ext. 1002


Catalina Sanchez, Technician IV
(360) 456-5221 ext. 1222




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