Category Archives: Events

Local events within Sno-Isle (Write Now, Issues that Matter, Teen Tech Month, Explore Summer, etc.) or surrounding communities.

J.A. Jance Zooming @ Sno-Isle Libraries

by Marie B. New York Times bestselling author J.A. Jance is coming to Sno-Isle Libraries (virtually) on Thursday, September 17 at 6:30 p.m. Click the green Register button under the photo of Jance on the event page to register for this program.  If you’d like assistance with registration, contact your local library.  We are here […]

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A Conversation with Author Matthew Sullivan

by Marie B. Whidbey is smack dab in the middle of Whidbey Reads, where the community reads one book and Whidbey community libraries host a wide range of programs related to the book’s themes.  The 2019 selection is Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore by Matthew Sullivan.  You’ll have a chance to meet Sullivan at […]

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Whidbey Reads… a Mystery!

by Marie B What would you do if someone you barely knew left you all their worldly possessions following their death by suicide?  That’s just what happens to Lydia, the deceased’s favorite clerk at the local bookstore, one of his favorite haunts.  As Lydia peels back the layers of Joey’s life, she realizes there was […]

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Write Now 2018: Book Now!

by Denise D.  ‘Tis the Season of Learning It’s all around us: darkening skies, cooling temperatures, school bus flashing lights, ransacked office supply shelves at the grocery store. Summer is over. But fret not. Now is the time to learn. Think Back to School is just for the kids? Not so at the library. Here, learning […]

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Once Upon a Crime

by Marie B. September has just begun, but fall is already on the horizon.  What comes to mind for you when you think of autumn?  Perhaps it’s crunching through piles of colorful leaves, or the first frost.  Is it enjoying (or avoiding) pumpkin spice everything?  For my part, I think of hunkering down with a […]

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Lunch with Maria Semple

Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation presents a special luncheon with best selling author Maria Semple. Maria is the author of the breakout bestseller, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette“. Her latest novel, “Today Will be Different” takes place over the course of a single day and tells a hilarious and life-affirming story about a woman who wakes up determined […]

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An Evening with Jacquelyn Mitchard

by Jackie P. It’s not too late to see bestselling author Jacquelyn Mitchard this Saturday! Her book The Deep End of the Ocean was the inaugural selection of the Oprah Winfrey Book Club and was made into a major feature film. The editor of a realistic Young Adult imprint, Merit Press, Mitchard also is the author of […]

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Once upon a Crime: Stella Cameron

by Lindsey A. We have one more author visiting for Oak Harbor Library‘s Once upon a Crime series! This series features local authors of mystery, thriller, and suspense novels. Previous authors interviewed include Marty Wingate, Robert Dugoni, and Kevin O’Brien. This week we feature an interview with author Stella Cameron. On Oct. 31, Stella will visit the […]

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Once upon a Crime: Kevin O’Brien

by Lindsey A. Today we offer you an interview with crime writer Kevin O’Brien for the Once upon a Crime author series! This series at the Oak Harbor Library features four local authors of mystery, thriller, and suspense novels. On select Tuesdays in October, a different author will visit the library to talk about their books and […]

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Once upon a Crime: Robert Dugoni

by Lindsey A. This week we feature an interview with bestselling crime writer Robert Dugoni, who will be at the Oak Harbor Library on Oct. 10. This is part of the series Once upon a Crime, in which local authors of mystery, thriller, and suspense novels visit the library on select Tuesdays to talk about […]

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