This Week at the Library

Monday, April 27th

Journeys: The Great Divide Mountain Bike Route 3:00 PM – Freeland Library

Jean Fankhauser rode 2,161 miles along the Great Divide from Baniff, Alberta, to northern New Mexico. Join Jean for a discussion about the preparation, training and gear for bike-packing followed by a slide show of his journey.

Tuesday, April 28th

Bag Your First Job 3:00 PM – Marysville Library

Teens learn the job-hunting and resume-building skills you need to bag your first job or your next job at this hands-on workshop. Kathy Rowland, an employment specialist at WorkSource Youth Center will teach how to find a job, prepare a resume, fill out an application and to interview for your first or next job. Come with your own laptop or use one the library will provide. Small Meeting Room. Registration is required. Supported by WorkSource Youth Center and the Friends of the Marysville Library 

Teen Gaming 3:00 PM – Monroe Library

Teens! Drop in for some video games! Mario Cart, Smash Brothers, Nintendoland and more! Provided by the Friends of the Monroe Library.

DIY Teens: Book Binding 3:30 PM – Granite Falls Library

Feeling crafty? Come to our DIY session and have fun creating your handmade book. Enjoy exploring the world of book binding with other teens and discover library resources that can help you become a pro!
Supported by the Friends of the Granite Falls Library. 

Wednesday, April 29th

Gadget Making littleBits 3:30 PM – Snohomish Library

Come to the library to build cool gadgets and Rube Goldberg machines using LittleBits and other props.

Junior Monroe Wednesday Writers 4:30 PM – Monroe Library

Calling all teen writers! Looking for a supportive place to share your writing? Join the Junior Monroe Wednesday Writers and get feedback and guidance from your peers, a published author and library staff. All writers in grades 6-12 are welcome.

Thursday, April 30th

After School Gaming: Wii 3:00 PM – Arlington Library

Get your game on at the library! Challenge your friends and show off your skills.

Matchbox Rockets 3:00 PM – Monroe Library

It’s rocket science! Design your own mini-matchbox rocket at the library, and see which one flies the farthest! (Library staff will be responsible for the actual launching of the rocket.) The designer of the farthest-soaring rocket wins a prize. Funded by the Friends of the Monroe Library.  

Saturday, May 2nd

Community Service Volunteers 10:30 AM – Mukilteo Library

Middle school students (grades 6-8) can earn Community Service credit by helping out at the Mukilteo Library. We will prepare crafts for library programs, pick up and clean up, sort books, and more. No need to sign up – all are welcome! Located in the teen area of the library at 10:30-11:30am on the first Saturday of each month, September through May.

grant@snohomish

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