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Upcoming Events Today and Tomorrow

Upcoming Events at Sno-Isle Libraries
This list is updated frequently and only shows today's and tomorrow's future events.
To see all of today's events including ongoing events and today's past events, please view the complete list.

9:15 AM
5/26/2017
Book-a-Librarian
This one-on-one help session for your technology questions focuses on general computer skills tutoring. This session also offers support for Sno-Isle digital resources, including eBook downloading, Zinio magazines and Hoopla video services. For Kindle, Android, iOS, Apple and Windows devices. Bring your device, login ID/password and your library card number.

Intended audience: Adults
10:00 AM
5/26/2017
ESL Talk Time
ESL Talk Time is a time for adults to practice speaking English in a friendly and supportive setting. Free drop-in sessions facilitated by library volunteers.

Intended audience: Adults
11:00 AM
5/26/2017
Spring Toddler Storytime
Jump and bounce into a magical world of stories, music, and movements that nurture the desire to read in toddlers. Playtime or craft will follow. For ages 18 months to 3 years. Caregiver required. Supported by Friends of the Brier Library.

Intended audience: Preschool
11:00 AM
5/26/2017
Oak Harbor Book Group: "H is for Hawk"
Share your love of reading! Check out a copy of "H is for Hawk" by Helen Macdonald, and join the discussion in the library's Center for Lifelong Learning. All are welcome.

Intended audience: Adults
1:00 PM
5/26/2017
Sub-Zero Science: Cool Creations with Dry Ice
Can you make a quarter sing? Can you hold a bubble in your hand? Learn about the amazing properties of dry ice and discover some ways it is used. Exciting experiments and fun with fog are on the agenda for this early release program at Coupeville Elementary School multipurpose room. For children ages 5 and up. Supported by the Friends of the Coupeville Library.

Intended audience: School-Age
2:00 PM
5/26/2017
LEGO Lab
Come and build to your heart's content using LEGO, Roylco straws, K'NEX, and more! This program promotes discovery and self-directed learning. For families.

Intended audience: All Ages
3:00 PM
5/26/2017
One-on-One Business Mentoring
Starting a business or growing an existing one? Have an idea but not sure what to do next? Ron Claude, a local SCORE volunteer mentor brings 25+ years of executive experience to one-on-one counseling sessions aimed at helping your business thrive. Please pre-register.

Intended audience: Adults
4:00 PM
5/26/2017
One-on-One Business Mentoring
Starting a business or growing an existing one? Have an idea but not sure what to do next? Ron Claude, a local SCORE volunteer mentor brings 25+ years of executive experience to one-on-one counseling sessions aimed at helping your business thrive. Please pre-register.

Intended audience: Adults
10:00 AM
5/27/2017
Made By Hand: Paper Circuits
Make electrifying art! Using conductive tape, LEDs, and batteries, light up your drawings, origami, and other papercraft creations. Supported by the Friends of the Freeland Library. Please register, space is limited.

Intended audience: All Ages
10:00 AM
5/27/2017
Acing College: Full STEM Ahead!
In the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, Edmonds Community College provides many opportunities for students. Explore aerospace, computer information science, engineering, game development, material science, robotics, and so much more. Edmonds CC is even the home for the National Research Center for Materials Technology Education, leading the national effort materials technology. Learn what it means to #BeATriton on the cutting edge of innovation and discovery. Questions may be directed to EDCC Admissions at 425-640-1963. Brought to you by Edmonds Community College and Sno-Isle Libraries.

Intended audience: Adults, Teens
10:00 AM
5/27/2017
English as a Second Language (ESL)/English Language Acquisition (ELA) Conversati
Come, meet new friends, practice English conversation, and improve your speaking skills - it's free! All sessions are facilitated by trained volunteers. <br /><br />All Adult English language learners are welcome! Open to the public. Conversation Cafe is sponsored by the BRIDGES Program, Everett Community College - East County Campus, Monroe, WA. <br />

Intended audience: Adults
11:00 AM
5/27/2017
Painting Tulips with Carla Walsh
Learn to paint tulips in this fun, informational class with Carla. Carla is a local artist who is an experienced art teacher. She provides easy tips for beginning painters.<br />

Intended audience: All Ages
11:00 AM
5/27/2017
Family Storytime
Enjoy stories, sing-along songs, rhymes, and creative activities to prepare for the adventure of early reading. Caregiver required. All ages are welcome.

Intended audience: All Ages
11:00 AM
5/27/2017
Reading With Rover
Read aloud to a loving canine listener. The Reading with Rover program helps kids strengthen reading skills and improve reading confidence. For school-age children with a caregiver.

Intended audience: School-Age
12:45 PM
5/27/2017
PoetsWest Poetry Reading and Open Mic
PoetsWest features NW Poets Eugene Marckx, Terry, Busch & Rayn Roberts. An Open Mic will follow the readings.

Intended audience: Adults
2:00 PM
5/27/2017
Game On!
Game on at Brier Library! Join us Saturdays for drop in board games and card games for the whole family. Enjoy a classic, or discover something new!

Intended audience: All Ages
2:00 PM
5/27/2017
Therapy and Service Dogs: What’s the Difference?
Have you ever wondered what it takes to train your dog to perform specific a job? Have you wanted to volunteer with Reading with Rover or at Children’s Hospital as a therapy dog team? What do service dogs do that therapy dogs can’t? Learn about training techniques and get your questions answered by a panel of experts. <br />Jim Litz has many years of volunteer experience with therapy dogs; his canine, Callie, is a King Charles Spaniel. Mike Powers, currently a volunteer at Summit Assistance Dogs, has 700 hours volunteering in the service dog field. <br />

Intended audience: Adults
2:00 PM
5/27/2017
Retold Tales through Film: "The Smurfs"
Attempting to escape from an evil wizard and his cat, a group of small, blue creatures fall through a portal into New York City! Join us for a showing of a live action film based on the "Smurfs" graphic novels written by Peyo! Free popcorn and movie provided by the Friends of the Oak Harbor Library.

Intended audience: Adults, Teens
3:00 PM
5/27/2017
Mad Science
Join us for fun, hands-on science experiences! Each session will feature a different science theme. For students in 3rd grade and up.

Intended audience: School-Age
4:00 PM
5/27/2017
Introducing New Fantasy Adventure by local author Valeria Rae
Meet the Wizard Scraggin Dragon, his Ogre, and Sir George the Wise Knight<br /><br />The Adventures of Sir George the Wise Knight and Scraggin Dragon: The Quest is a new novel written by Valeria Vata Rae and Illustrated by Christopher Aaron Barbee and is set in the time of castles and great deeds of bravery. Meet Valeria, hear her read from her new book and learn more about this tale of brave feats, magic, and friendship that will spark the imagination of any age. Appropriate for readers ages 8 to 12.<br />

Intended audience: All Ages
2:00 PM
5/28/2017
Whidbey Reads: All Creatures Great and Small: Preaching Microbial Supremacy!
Puget Sound University professor, Mark Martin, researches the molecular genetics and ecology of bacterial predators and how such organisms modify population structure within microbial communities. With luminescent microorganisms in mind after reading "The 100 Year Miracle," Doc Martin will present an over view of the amazing microbial presence around us. Attendees will then have a chance to try their own hands at “painting” with luminous microbes. See examples at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rauCYs8QeQ<br />At Clinton Community Hall, 6411 S. Central Avenue.

Intended audience: Adults, Teens
2:30 PM
5/28/2017
Alice in Wonderland
You are invited to experience the Russian Children's Theater production, Alice in Wonderland. The show will be presented in Russian, has two parts with an intermission. For children 5 and above.

Intended audience: School-Age
3:00 PM
5/28/2017
Citizenship Class
Learn how to become a U.S. Citizen and study for the Naturalization test with other students. All classes are free.

Intended audience: Adults
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- Dwight D. Eisenhower