Visit any of our branches throughout the county.


Join a Book Club!

Expand your reading horizons this year by joining one of our book clubs. Book discussion groups are a great way to meet new people, hear different opinions, and explore new genres. Book clubs can be both intellectually and socially rewarding.

The Mono County Library offers several book clubs at branches throughout the county. Book club selections cover a wide range of topics, including both fiction and non-fiction. A librarian or volunteer facilitates the group, but discussion is freewheeling and member-driven. New members are always welcome!

For more information on current books and authors being discussed at our different branches contact your library.

Mammoth Lakes

  • Science Book Club, 4th Monday of the month @ 5 pm, Upstairs conference room.


  • Check with the branch for titles and schedule.

Crowley Lake

  • Book Club, last Tuesday of the month @ 6 pm. Books provided.


  • Book Club, third Wednesday of the month @ 3 pm.  Contact branch for current book selection.


Online Book Clubs

Interested in sharing your thoughts about the books, but can't attend any of our discussion groups?  Join an online book club!  In an online bookclub, readers gather in cyberspace to share and discuss their favorite books with others who share the same interests.  

Interesting article on why to join a digital book club at

Check out the following sites:


111569 Hwy. #395
P.O. Box 51
Coleville CA 96107
Telephone: (530) 495-2788
  • Tuesday 12:30-5:30 pm
  • Wednesday 12:30-5:30 pm
  • Thursday 12:30-5:30 pm
  • Saturday 8:30 am-1:30 pm
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The Coleville Library is a joint-use facility serving the Antelope Valley, as well as the students, faculty and staff of Antelope Elementary School, Coleville Middle School and the Coleville High School. We are located on the School Campus. This library has a collection of over items, including a collection of Audio Books, VHS and DVD Movies, Large Print Books, a Paperback Trade and a Local History section that has recently been expanded with the help of the Mono County Friends of the Library and the Antelope Valley Friends of the Library. Along with 8 public computers, which have access to the Internet, online magazine indexes and databases. Free WiFi Internet connection. You can print out your documents, make copies at the copy machine.

The Library offers friendly, professional service in a comfortable and safe atmosphere. Our library is an ideal place for doing word-processing, homework, research and catching up on your emails. The Antelope Valley Artists have decorated our walls with their beautiful paintings and photographs giving our library a very warm and comfortable atmosphere.

The library has a very supportive Friends of the Library group. The Friends raise money for the branch with their books sales, sponsor a variety of programs, purchase needed materials and actively promote the library in the community. The Antelope Valley Friends of the Library welcome new members and appreciate the many community volunteers who generously donate their time in support of the Coleville Library.  

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Gallery Wall

The Antelope Valley Friends of the Library is exhibiting artwork by local artists at the Coleville Library. This collaboration with local artists provides artists the opportunity to showcase and sell their work while supporting the Library. 30% or more of each sale is donated to the Friends of the Library group. The exhibit changes every 3 months, stop by to check out the current exhibit.


3627 Crowley Lake Dr.
Crowley Lake CA 93546
Telephone: (760) 935-4505
  • Tuesday 1:00-6:00 pm
  • Thursday 1:00-6:00 pm
  • Friday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Saturday 10:00 am-3:00 pm
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Located on Crowley Lake Drive between the Long Valley Fire Station and the county park is Crowley Lake Library, Mono County’s newest. Opened in the spring of 2004 with the help of community volunteers, the Crowley Lake Library has continued to grow and improve. The library serves southern Mono communities from Long Valley to Swall Meadows, along with visitors to the beautiful Eastern Sierra.

Housed in the old Community Center the library now boosts free high speed internet, free WI-FI, and free use of computers including a children’s computer. The library participates in many county, state and national literacy events, such as the Summer Reading Program, Children’s Story Hour, California Reads and the Big Read. The library also hosts displays by local artists, and opportunities to meet local authors.

One aspect that sets the Crowley Lake Library apart is the Felkel Regional Collection

Named for local resident, and library volunteer, Dick Felkel, this collection features the largest collection of regional books and materials in the area. Whether your interest lays in back country exploring, fishing, hiking, winter sports, or the history of the Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada we have titles that are sure to excite your imagination.

Building the Felkel Regional Collection would not be possible without the hard work and financial support of volunteers like the Friends of the Library. A new endeavor by the Friends is the creation of a Youth Science Collection which will motivate young people to better understand the many facets of science, and dare them to dream big. 

90 West Granite Ave.
P.O. Box 145
June Lake CA 93529
Telephone: (760) 648-7284
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays 1-6 PM
  • Wednesdays and Saturdays 11:00 am-4:00 pm
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The June Lake Library was established in 1962 later closing and reactivated in 1971. The library is situated on the shore of Gull Lake, the most beautiful setting for a library. In 1990, the June Lake Library addition was completed, with COCCAP raising almost $200,000.00 for the building, equipment and furnishings. Walter Lantz presented the library with an original oil painting of Woody Woodpecker. The library was dedicated to Gracie and Walter Lantz.

In 2010, the June Lake Friends of the Library paid for a small conference room which is attached to the library, “The Friend’s Reading Room” which houses the used books for sale, magazines and a nice area to read in and use wireless computers. The Friends also have a small rotating art exhibit.

The June Lake Friends of the Library hold a yearly Book Sale which provides money for large print books, updating the collection and supplies. They have provided a new printer/copier/scanner, computers for the public and a Kids Computer.

The June Lake Library receives donations from June Lake Women’s Club, patrons and visitors to help enhance our collection which consists of new best sellers, audiobooks, large print books, DVD’s, and children’s books.   


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400 Sierra Park Rd
P.O. Box 1120
Mammoth Lakes CA 93546
Telephone: (760) 934-4777
  • Monday through Friday 10:00 am-7:00 pm
  • Saturday 10:00 am-5:30 pm
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The Mammoth Lakes library located at 400 Sierra Park Rd opened in December of 2007. The new building features 20 public computers, free Wi-Fi, a children’s area equipped with many developmental toys and a programming room, a teen area and two meeting rooms. Scanning services are available for $1/page, printing and copying cost 10¢/page.  The Mammoth Lakes library has a diverse selection of books, audio books and DVDs and an excellent Spanish language collection as well as many foreign language DVDs.

The Mammoth Lakes Library is a joint-use facility with Cerro Coso Community College. The Library serves community college students as their research facility. To access the college library site click this link

Programs: The Mammoth Lakes Library has a variety of special events and programs scheduled throughout the year, such as Kids Cooking Classes, Game Day, Gallery Wall art shows, Ranger programs, Star Night, and Family concerts.  Story times for childern 0-5 are offered on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am. There is also a Science Book Club. 


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