2月9日 11:15 am 欢迎大家来参加龙年新年故事会（无需注册） Join us for a special drop-in Family Storytime to celebrate the Lunar New Year! Learn about this tradition through stories, rhymes, and songs, which will primarily be delivered in Mandarin (with a little bit of English). All are welcome, but space may be limited. Children must be accompanied by a parent […]
Come hang out in The Lab and play with the Library’s fantastic collection of technology and apps. We will also have fun screen-free options, like LEGO! Registration is required and opens January 1 at 10 a.m. Caregivers stay and play for this program. Please register only one name per family.
Create a small quarter bag with weaver Spelexílh Anjeanette Dawson on a cardboard loom and learn more about traditional Coast Salish wool weaving history. What You’ll Need: All supplies will be provided If you have a 4.00mm crochet hook, please bring it Spelexílh Anjeanette Dawson has been weaving for 19 years. She apprenticed under Willard […]
To avoid going to prison, a gang of notorious animal criminals attempt to pull off their most challenging con yet: become model citizens. But when a new villain threatens the city, can their leader Mr. Wolf persuade the rest of the gang to actually become the Good Guys? Based off of Aaron Blabey's popular series […]
In this program, Kallie George will discuss how she was inspired to become an author. Participants will glimpse the writer's process through her notebooks, story-based crafts, and inspiration. This virtual program will be live-streamed to YouTube—no registration is required, and ASL interpretation is provided. Biography Kallie George is an author, editor, and speaker living near […]
Join the District in a mission to inspire change through creativity! The 2024 Student Video Contest is an exciting opportunity for students to showcase their videomaking talents and creativity while addressing themes relating to sustainability. From thought-provoking documentaries to imaginative narratives, this contest encourages participants to use the power of storytelling to raise awareness and […]
Join Pocket Panda Chinese Learning Centre teachers for an interactive program to celebrate the Chinese Lantern Festival. Children who are nine years old or younger must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Please only register the child that will be attending. Adults accompanying children to this program do not need to register.