A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION - VISIT KEIZER COMMUNITY LIBRARY!!
Keizer Community Library continues to be *OPEN* for visitors. Come in & browse the shelves for the many NEW books by favorite authors; books for Young Adults; Graphic Novels; Picture Books for Children and, for all the new readers in your family, their first chapter books; Spanish language books; and the special Book Saver's section where books that have not been checked out in a while are highlighted as a reminder to "READ ME."
The City of Keizer has guaranteed that the Keizer Community Library can and will be funded and accessible to the community for all of 2023.
Checkout books & DVDs. Purchase a Rare Book from the exclusive collection on SALE now at 20% off all listed prices in our catalog.
*Check the KCL website for the hours of Keizer Community Library*
How about some more auditions? Keizer Homegrown Conservatory will be holding auditions for Finding Jo March on Saturday December 10th at 6pm. Show dates are Jan 13 and 14. See you there!
Keizer Homegrown Conservatory is designed to provide performance, learning and connection opportunities in theater for young adults aged 16-22 who do not have access to theater programs in their schools or universities.
Come and try out the new Keizer Heritage Museum interactive touchscreen.
Watch the old school take its journey down Chemawa.
Listen to what is was like to go to Keizer Elementary in 1939.
We are continuing to add new content, would love your feedback!
Museum hours are
Saturday 11:00 to 2:30
The Keizer Heritage Foundation seeks 100 Keizer residents to make a one-time $1,000 contribution to raise $100,000 be used for repairs and maintenance ONLY. We are confident that this one-time fundraiser will sustain the “Old Keizer School” through the next 20 years. To acknowledge your commitment to Keizer’s heritage, your name will be added to a permanent plaque placed inside the school designating you as a member of the “Keizer 100 Club” and we will all come together to celebrate our accomplishment NEXT summer on the patio of the building.
Contact us here to sign up!
In 1988 a group of concerned Keizer citizens united to save the “Old Keizer School.” In a highly successful effort, they raised $250,000 that was matched by the City of Keizer and the school was saved! Today the “Old Keizer School” houses four non-profit volunteer-operated organizations that are unique in Keizer and directly benefit the Keizer Community.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you.
We wouldn't be here without the support of the Keizer Community.
There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities.
980 Chemawa Road Northeast, Keizer, Oregon 97303, United States
10:00 am – 04:00 pm