Wireless internet hotspots now available at Chelan Public Library.

CHELAN - You can now check out wireless internet hotspots at Chelan Public Library.

The goal is to provide internet to people who may not have service at home or access to it while they are away from home, said Heather Inczauskis, STEM outreach coordinator for North Central Regional Library.


“With wireless access, they can work on homework, travel to meetings, look for a new home or jobs or community activities, and have access to our many online resources such as Hoopla and Overdrive at any time,” she said.


NCRL library card holders can check out a hotspot from the Chelan branch for up to 21 days. To be eligible, a patron must have been an NCRL registered cardholder for at least 30 days, have a current valid Washington ID, and have no outstanding library fines. Children under the age of 18 can check them out with consent from a parent or guardian who has an NCRL library account.


The hotspots can only be checked out in person at the Chelan library and cannot be requested online and sent to another library branch.


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