Washakie (WASH-a-kee) County is located in north central Wyoming in the Big Horn Basin. This county was formed in 1911 and named for the great Shoshone, Chief Washakie. Worland is the county seat with a population of 5,000. Ten Sleep sits at the base of the Big Horn Mountains and has a population of 290. Welcome to the great state of Wyoming and Washakie County!
Funded by sales in our Booktique, the Worland Friends support activities and the summer reading program.
FRIENDS OF THE TEN SLEEP LIBRARY
Dedicated to improving and supplementing the Ten Sleep Library through educational resources and activities.
We are a non-profit dedicated to improving the libraries by providing funds or equipment as needed.
Washakie County Libraries © 2013
WASHAKIE COUNTY LIBRARY HOURS MON-WED-FRI 8am - 5 pm TUE-THUR 8am - 7pm SAT 9am - 1 pm SUNDAY CLOSED
TEN SLEEP BRANCH LIBRARY HOURS MON - FRI 8am - 5 pm SATURDAY 9am- 1 pm SUNDAY CLOSED