Photo: Langley Library, Whidbey Island, 2010 by Carol Tulpar
Visiting Langley last fall, I stayed across the road at the Saratoga Inn, and was attracted by this lovely small-town library from the past, with its ocean view. Closed only on Sundays, it's open between 7 and 9 hours on all other days.
The original building dates back to 1923. The most recent addition was completed in 1994, and is wheelchair accessible.
In 2012, the Langley library will be annexed with Sno-Isle libraries, centered in Marysville.
Elsewhere on Whidbey, Coupeville has a library, and Freeland and Oak Harbour Libraries are open even on Sundays during the school year.