Learn and Discover: Old-Timey Movies

Like movies? Want to try something odd and unusual? On August 5, 2016, at 7:30 pm, the Historic Everett Theater in downtown Everett is showing “The Mark of Zorro” – a fast-paced adventure made in 1920 about a Robin Hood-type figure who defends poor people in Spanish California against an oppressive governor (you can also […]

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This Week at the Library

The New Year is upon and this week at the library there are plenty of chances for you to express yourself at the library. In Words: In My Opinion Wed 3:00 PM Arlington You have an opinion, and we want to hear it!  Tell us what you like–or don’t like–about books, movies, fandoms and even […]

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This week (and the next) at the library

The next couple of weeks are sure to be busy for everyone, but there are still a few things happening in some of our locations. First thing up though is information about holiday closures: December 24th – all Sno-Isle branches close at 3:00 pm December 25th – all libraries closed December 31st – all Sno-Isle […]

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This Week at the Library

‘Tis the season for making things! DIY Crafts for Teens: Gingerbread Houses – Monroe Library, December 9th @ 3:00 pm Prefab houses will be ready for you and your fellow teens to decorate to your heart’s desire with frosting, candy and other decorations. From T-Shirt to Tote Bag – Langley Library, December 10th @ 1:00 […]

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This Week at the Library

Let’s face it – you’re probably reading this blog because you like to read, and you might enjoy writing too.  This week there are several programs to please both readers and writers. BYOBooks: A Bring Your Own Book Club – Arlington Library, December 2nd @ 3:00 pm Do you love to read? Do you like […]

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This Week at the Library

Good grief – how did Thanksgiving get here so fast?  This week all of the libraries will be closed on Thursday while we eat big feasts and celebrate with our friends and families. But that means one thing – the holidays are in full swing and many of you are probably looking for interesting gift-giving […]

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This Week at the Library – Part Two

There is just so much going on this week I wanted to make sure nothing gets missed!  Especially this special performance by Book-It Repertory Theater at the Monroe Library on Thursday, Novermber 20th at 7:00 pm. On Friday November 21st at 12:30 pm the Coupeville Library is hosting the Island County Astronomical Society for a […]

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This Week at the Library

Could you walk 2,833 miles in 165 days?  That’s exactly what Freeland resident Cameron Coupe and his friend Zan Roman did earlier this year to raise money for Seattle Children’s Hospital.  You can meet Cameron and hear about their amazing journey from Seattle to New York City on Monday, November 10th at the Freeland Library, […]

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This Week at the Library

Seattle – Hanukkah Eve Windstorm damage, 2006 (CC BY 2.0 Seattle Municipal Archives) The stormy season has arrived!  Trees topple, rivers flood, and any one of us can be affected by the ravages of Mother Nature.  The Monroe Library is hosting a program this week to help you prepare for the unexpected.  Bring your family to […]

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This Week at the Library

With the long dark nights upon us, wouldn’t it be great to have something fun to add a little light to your life?  If you visit the Marysville library tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 pm, you can make your own LED color-changing light.  Supplies are limited – please register in advance. There are several opportunities for […]

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