Featured Event: Junk Drawer Robotics

Robot fans, this event is for you… Junk Drawer Robotics @ Oak Harbor Library Tuesday, August 22, 2017 4 – 5:30 p.m. Join members of the Whidbey Island Wildcats Robotics team to build robots from everyday items! Explore and learn about robot arms, including pneumatics, arm designs, and three-dimensional space. Grades 4-12.

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Featured Event: Chalk Photography

Chalk Photography @ Snohomish Library Wednesday, August 16, 2017 2 – 3 p.m Have you ever dreamed of flying through the air? Or balancing on top of a tulip? Or visiting the moon? Use sidewalk chalk to draw a scene, then we will take a picture of you from above interacting with your scene. For […]

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Featured Event: Origami Sculptures

Use the ancient art of paper-folding to build sculptures… Build 3D Origami Sculptures @ Mariner Library Tuesday, August 8, 2017 11 am – 12 pm Learn how to fold the basic pieces used for creating 3D origami sculptures. Then work together or individually to create animals, sky scrapers, and whatever else you can imagine! For […]

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Featured Event – TeenScare Afterhours Karaoke Party

TeenScare Afterhours Karaoke Party @ Brier Library Friday, August 4 6-8 p.m. Make Seascare swag to wear and help transform a bookcart into a float for the parade. Plus play games and sing your heart out.

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Featured Event – Write Now: Undercover Writing. Flashlight Required.

Teen writers, here’s a workshop for you – Write Now: Undercover Writing. Flashlight Required. @ Mukilteo Library Tuesday, July 25 2-4 p.m. Have you ever wondered how your favorite sleuths crack the clues to solve their mysteries? In this workshop, writer/illustrator Kathryn Dennis of SpyGirls Press will help you create five mystery plots to take […]

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Featured Event – Brew It: Fandom Tea Blending

What fandom do you belong to? Brew It: Fandom Tea Blending @ Langley Library Monday, July 17 4 – 5 p.m. Do you like Fan-tea-sy? How about Mys–tea-ry? Whatever you favorite genre or fandom, use it to inspire your own personal tea blend. While you’re here, discover library resources that can stir up new ideas! […]

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Featured Event – Dream Big with Vision Boards

Dream Big with Vision Boards @ Edmonds Library Tuesday, July 11 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. Get inspired. Envision your successes and accomplishments in school, sports, and other activities for the upcoming year. Author Paddy Eger will help you to create your personal vision board or affirmation cards as a take-home reminder of your goals and […]

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Featured Event – Wilderness Survival Essentials

Heading outdoors this summer? Make sure you’re prepared to survive in the wilderness with this class – Wilderness Survival Essentials @ Lake Stevens Library Friday, July 7 1 – 3 p.m. Join the staff from Alderleaf Wilderness College and learn about the keys to effective shelter construction, water purification, fire making, wild edibles foraging, and […]

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Featured Event – Create Your Own Comic World

Explore Summer: Create Your Own Comic World @ Mariner Library Wednesday, June 28 2-3 p.m. Let your inner character loose as we celebrate the beginning of Summer! The Seattle Independent Comic and Game Artists (Sicaga) will be here to give instruction on drawing your own comic book. You will be given a template to work […]

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Featured Event – Pachyderm Intrigue

Pachyderm Intrigue & the Lessons Elephants Bring @ Coupeville Library Monday, June 19 2-3 p.m. Did you know elephants can hear and communicate over long distances using their feet? Photographer Donald J. Miller shares information and images from four decades of photographing elephants; most recently while assisting conservation projects for the desert elephants of Namibia, […]

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