Help us support the Kodiak Public Library in providing the services and activities our community values.
What We Do
The Kodiak Public Library Association is a nonprofit organization that supports and advocates for the City of Kodiak’s public library. Our activities include a number of fundraisers and services, such as:
KPLA raises funds through book sales at the Kodiak Crab Festival in May. KPLA has other pop-up book sales, holiday giveaways, and is now playing a small part in the Santa in the Villages. Used books are also for sale at the library year round.
KPLA helps organize and promote author readings as wellas community travel lectures. We also participate in special projects sponsored by the public library.
Cruise Ship Welcomes
When visitors arrive on cruise ships and seek out free WiFi and other library services, KPLA volunteers are there to make them feel at home.
Would You Like to Host a Little Library?
In Kodiak it is KPLA’s goal to get books in the hands of children. The more books in or near the home, the more likely a child will learn and love to read.” Book sharing boxes play essential roles in providing 24/7 access to books.
This includes fishermen leaving or arriving on boats, tourists coming and going on the ferry, people waiting for a loved one in the hospital, people running in and out of the local grocery stop, food co-op or coffee shop.
No matter who you are, Kodiak Little Free Library has a book for you.
Little Library Locations
- Teen Center, 410 Cedar Way
- Neighborhood, 3275 Woody Way Loop
- Neighborhood, 3789 Woodland Drive
- KCHC, 1915 E Razanof Drive
- F&M Properties, 1420 Selif Street
- Ferry Terminal, 100 E Marine Way
- Three Sisters Coffee, 2645 Mill Bay Road
- Harborside Coffee, 210 Shelikof St. #B
- Bells Flats Little Store, 11012 W. Rezanof Dr.
Become a member of KPLA, volunteer for our fundraising and community activities which include travel programs, author readings, used book sales, and other activities.