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Library Event Calendar

  1. Board at the Library - Game Day

    May 29, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Teen TECH Lab - 2nd floor

    Teens: Stop by to play a fun, quick board game, or stay the whole time and dig in to a long strategy game. Come in and learn how to play classic card games like cribbage or test your tactics with a game of chess. Bring your friends and play all afternoon!

  2. Friday Fun!

    May 29, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ 510 North Broadway

    Where LEGOs, games and imaginations come together! Come enjoy free play with LEGOs of all sorts of colors and shapes. Try putting together a car, house or even a helicopter! If LEGOs are not your thing, come play games with your child. Every Friday we do not have a craft, Friday Fun will be back in the Craft Corner for children and families to enjoy!

  3. Computer Basics for Older Adults 2.0

    May 29, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Computer Lab on Second Floor

    Learn basic computer and internet use in a friendly and non-threatening environment. We’ll tackle operating a keyboard and mouse, how to get on the internet and how to use email and social media to stay in touch with our friends and relatives. We’re going to get more comfortable using computers and have fun doing it!

    This program is for adults and older adults. Class size is limited and registration is required. Please call 657-8255. This is a two part program and attendance is strongly encouraged for both days.

  4. 40th Northwest Filmmakers' Festival Tour

    May 30, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Community Room

    The Library is excited to be able to bring you this festival of short films featuring the best of the annual Northwest Filmmakers' Festival! Danielle Duhaime of the Northwest Film Center says that the showing will include "documentary, drama, comedy, animation and experimental work from award-winning filmmakers living in the Northwest (Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington State.)"

  5. LIBRARY CLOSED

    May 31, All Day