GRANDVIEW LIBRARY IS A JOINT PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE CITY OF GRANDVIEW, WA
AND YAKIMA VALLEY COLLEGE
500 W MAIN ST
GRANDVIEW, WA 98930
(b. 1960. English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, audio theatre, and films)
2023 Summer Reading
June 17-September 16
ALL EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
All movies rated PG-13 or higher require parent permission (click on the PG-13 graphic below for form) or proof of age (valid government-issued photo identification)
Movie Schedule (click the image to make it larger):
Due to licensing agreements, please do not share the flyers showing movie images and titles. We have very specific ways in which we can use these!
About this Collection
Grandview Heritage is a project of Washington Rural Heritage, a collection of historically significant materials residing in libraries, heritage institutions, and private collections throughout Washington State. The collection includes photographs, documents, and artifacts that tell the stories of Washington’s small and rural communities.
Grandview Heritage is coordinated by the Grandview Library, which works with the Grandview Museum to digitize and provide enhanced access to historically significant materials documenting the history of Grandview and communities throughout the Yakima Valley. The Grandview Library Collection documents the founding and development of the city of Grandview, located in Washington State’s fertile Yakima Valley. The History of Grandview publication was compiled by the Grandview Pioneer Association “to preserve the early history of the Grandview District” because they realized that the early local history of any community perishes with the passing of its pioneers.
The Blanche McLane Cook Art Collection is a collection of books, paintings, three-dimensional art, and many more items, bequeathed to the library by the late Blanche McLane Cook (1901-1991). Ms. Cook, a Grandview High School graduate, was a freelance commercial artist and portrait painter, an art instructor at Yakima Valley College (now Yakima Valley Community College), Philadelphia School of Design, and the Baldwin School. Her works have been exhibited in various galleries and museums, and public and private collections. She was a member and co-founder of the Yakima Valley Art Association and also a member of the Seattle Art Museum and the Women Painters of Washington.