We are a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, focused on the literary and cultural needs of our community.
The goal of GPL-Foundation is to provide the opportunity to all for lifelong education and development. We seek to not only help build the library and its programs, but also increase cultural awareness and pride in our community, find common ground for dialogue, and interaction among one another.
The foundation is independent of city and county government, with a 12 member all-volunteer board consisting of citizens of Gladstone, Clackamas, Oak Grove, Oregon City, and Milwaukie.
The GPL-Foundation, with the help of the community via gifts and donation, provides the library and community with support not only for reading and education programs, but also provides opportunities for enrichment. These include the popular summer reading program, and cultural passes.
Thank you for your YES votes, passing Measure 3-530 to build a new library. If you want to know more, click here to see what comes next.
More information to come. It will be an amazing event you will want to put on your calendar for sure!
Start to drop off your gently used donations, pre-priced if possible to: 310 First street, Gladstone
Tuesday Night Pints for Charity. 1401 Washington St, Oregon City. August 21, 5 pm-close (11 pm). $1 donated for every OCB pint, taster, soda, crowler, and growler purchased. Minor allowed in tap room until 9 pm, patio until close. Kitchen open until 10 pm. Proceeds benefit Gladstone Library Foundation.
What is Bike Night? Join your neighbors in downtown Gladstone on the 2nd Thursday of each month from May 10-Setpember 13th. 7-9 pm. Food, live music, vendors, raffles, and beer garden. Visit www.latus-hd.com for more details.
Details coming soon
August 3-5, 2018
John Wetten Elementary School
Gladstone, OR 97027
We welcome donations of books in types of genres to sell. Drop off books, DVD's, CD's, VHS , or even books on tape at our local Gladstone Public Library, 135 E. Dartmouth, Gladstone.