Author Archives: Jocelyn Redel

Teen Services Librarian at the Lynnwood Library.

Featured Event: Black Friday Teen Craftacular

Not ready to brave the horde of shoppers on Black Friday? Check out this event instead – Black Friday Teen Craftacular @ Mill Creek Library Friday, November 24 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Instead of buying holiday gifts on Black Friday, come to the library and make your own: buttons, duct tape wallets, jewelry, and […]

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Featured Events: Tween STEAM Fun

Looking for some fun STEAM projects? Check out these events – Tween STEM Series: LittleBits @ Mill Creek Library Sunday, November 12 10 – 11:30 a.m. littleBits are magnetic blocks that snap together to create fun and easy circuits. Unlock your creativity and make your own awesome inventions that can buzz, light up, and more. […]

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Featured Events – College Planning: Getting an Early Start

Ready to start thinking about your future? Perhaps this event can help – College Planning: Getting an Early Start @ Mariner Library Thursday, November 9 6 – 7 p.m. By planning for college applications early, families and students can ensure they are prepared to be strong college applicants and scholarship recipients. Learn how to identify […]

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Featured Events: International Games Week

Get ready to celebrate games at these fun events! International Games Week Celebration @ Granite Falls Library Thursday, November 2 3:30 – 5 p.m. Stop by the library and celebrate International Games Week by enjoying some of our great selections of card and board games and Mario Cart on our Wii! Also, get the chance […]

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Featured Event: Zombie Makeup 101

Just in time for Halloween… Zombie Makeup 101 @ Mountlake Terrace Library Saturday, October 28 1 – 2 p.m. Halloween is almost here! Learn how to make yourself into a quick and easy zombie using safe, quality FX make-up. Taught by Shawn Morse, make-up department head at Nile Nightmares Haunted House. For ages 13-18, and […]

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Featured Event: Create Your Own Comic!

Create Your Own Comic! @ Brier Library Saturday, Oct. 21 2 – 4 p.m. Volunteers from Seattle Independent Comic and Game Artists will be visiting to host a comic making workshop. We will practice creating characters, writing a story and drawing a short comic that participants can take home when we’re done!

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Featured Event: Fossilology

Tween STEAM Club: Fossilology @ Coupeville Library Thursday, Oct. 12 4 – 5 p.m. Hands-on STEAM fun is coming to Coupeville. Join other tweens (9-13 or in 4th-8th grade) for one of these four workshops taught by the Imagine Children’s Museum in Everett. Space is limited, so please be sure to register! In Fossilology, students […]

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Featured Event: Money Works for Teens

Need to learn more about money? Check out this series of money workshops for teens… Money Works for Teens: Earning a Paycheck, Budgeting @ Edmonds Library Monday, Oct. 2 5:30 – 7 p.m. Gain real life money skills in these hands-on workshops that use active learning through games, activities, technology and discussion beyond the classroom. […]

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Featured Event: Adventures in Bug Eating

At the Coupeville Library this week – Adventures in Bug Eating Friday, September 29 1-2 p.m. Have you ever swallowed a bug? More than 80 percent of the world’s cultures eat insects — why don’t we? According to the United Nations, insects could very well be the food of the future. Raising grasshoppers as a […]

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Featured Event: College Planning: Fundamentals of Financial Aid

Need to know more about college financial aid? Perhaps this program will help – College Planning: Fundamentals of Financial Aid The rising costs of college and increasing levels of student debt are regular news items. A college education is often a family’s second largest investment—behind the purchase of a home. Andrea Main, of Main Education […]

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