Have You Seen Our Microfilm?

Have you seen our Microfilm machine? You can use it to review old copies of newspapers. It's great for genealogy, local history, and any general research.

We have copies of the Guide Review, Lingle Guide and Torrington Telegram, dating from 1907-2014.

This resource can only be used inside of the library as it is a physical resource rather than a digital one. Please ask a staff member for assistance.


Help Us Fill Our Display Case With Something New!

 We want to see your special collections! Your oddities! Your life's work! We want you to share that with your community.

Help us fill our display case and show Goshen County something we haven't seen before!

Call Goshen County Library at 307-532-3411

October Book Sale

The October book sale will run from October 5th to October 19th 2019. The sale will be open during regular library hours.


October 5th-10th will be full price

October 11th-15th will be the half price sale

October 16th-19th will be the bag sale

We have a massive selection of books and will be posting photos in our event on Facebook.



Story times- Tuesday mornings 10:15-10:45

Each Tuesday morning a staff member will present a variety of stories and crafts for preschoolers. This story time is geared towards 3-5 year olds capable of participating independently of their adult caregivers. Caregivers are welcome to join in until the child is comfortable.

Charcoal and Quill Guild- Thursdays 4-5pm

Everyone 13-18 years of age who hasn't yet graduated high school is welcome to attend. Charcoal and Quill Guild is a collection of teens who are enthusiastic about art, writing, poetry, and other assorted media. Teens who are looking to better themselves through the support of their peers. We usually drink tea, have cookies, do a small art project as a group, and display works in the library. Sharing is not mandatory but encouraged.

See our previous works here


Favorite Author Quote for the Moment

It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence never to practice either of them.

Mark Twain