|FRIENDS OF COAST COMMUNITY LIBRARY
225 Main Street PO Box 808
Point Arena, CA 95468
Julia Larke, Branch Manager
Mon, Fri 12 - 6 PM
Tues 10 AM - 6 PM
Wed 10 AM - 8 PM
Thurs 12 PM - 8 PM
Sat 12 PM - 3 PM
|Site last updated on
May 16, 2013
|Welcome to the web site of the
Friends of Coast Community
In 1989 FOCCL began as
a small library in the back room of
a church in Point Arena. In 2004,
it moved into its current building
which it purchased and renovated
with local funds and labor.
For a more detailed history
see the Join Us page.
Coast Community Library is now a
branch of the Mendocino County
Library system and is supported by
FOCCL funds and volunteers as
well as by the County.
Visit Mendocino County Library
and search the catalog.
Find out more about
Friends of Coast Community Library
FOCCL is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
|Some of the links on this site require that you have Adobe
Acrobat Reader on your computer in order to open and view
the file. You may DOWNLOAD a FREE copy of Adobe Reader
by clicking on the link below:
|Coast Community Library (and all libraries) Rocks!
|The Redwood Coast Review, founded in 1999,
is published by Friends of Coast Community Library
in cooperation with the Independent Coast Observer
of Gualala. It appears quarterly as a section of the
ICO. 1500 copies are also distributed independently
to selected bookstores, cafés, libraries and
cultural centers in California.
|A Mendocino County-wide project is well underway to bring universal,affordable BROADBAND access to EVERY residence
and business to support economic viability, ensure health and safety, and provide educational opportunities. Check out the site of
the Mendocino Broadband Alliance for more info or go straight to their SURVEY.
|The Community Room
is available for public use.
Go to Contact Us to see the policies
and download an application
|The Friends of Coast Community Library would like to thank
The Community Foundation of Mendocino County
for awarding us a grant to purchase
the AWE Early Literacy Station
that is now in our children's room and
is already being put to much use. Its great resolution, big screen,
interesting programs, colorful keyboard and touchscreen are all
draws for kids. Come check it out if you haven't already!
Read about this unique computer and its features.
|How the Earth Works
Free college level DVD lecture course examining the history and future of
our geologically active planet.
Thursdays at 4pm. January 3 through June 13
|View the new Library Newsletter !
Notes From The Coast