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Upcoming Events Today and Tomorrow

Upcoming Events at Sno-Isle Libraries
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4:00 PM
8/22/2014
Readin’ at the Speed of SOUND!
Listen and learn as language, loudness and laughter take the lead in the library. During this noisy show, we will discuss and pick the top 10 sounds we love and the top 10 that we hate. Kids will also learn some funny new noises to imitate for their spoken reading.

Intended audience: Children and Families
Lynnwood Library
10:00 AM
8/23/2014
Back to School With the Lake Stevens Family Center
The Lake Stevens Staff and Friends will provide a booth at the Lake Stevens Family Center Back to School Event. This event is for families who live in Lake Stevens that need support to attain their child’s school supplies. Some items and services offered will include free haircuts and new/gently-used backpacks filled with necessary school supplies. Families should bring school assignment papers to show proof of residency and responsibility.

Intended audience: Children and Families
Lake Stevens Library
11:00 AM
8/23/2014
Reading with Rover
Read aloud to a loving canine. The Reading with Rover program helps kids strengthen reading skills and improve reading confidence. <br />

Intended audience: Children and Families
Edmonds Library
11:00 AM
8/23/2014
Second Mini Comic Con and Zombie Walk Featuring Guest Speaker Jennifer Stuller
Costumes! Comics! Zombies? <br />Come in costume, display your original artwork, and be surprised by library resources that can fuel your love of pop culture. Show up at 11 to view our community art gallery, show off your best cosplay, and get your picture taken in our retro comic photo booth. Then at 1, enjoy some free pizza while competing for prizes in our trivia contest. At 1:30, pop culture historian and Humanities Washington speaker Jennifer K. Stuller will be presenting her multimedia program “Ink-Stained Amazons and Cinematic Warriors: Superwomen in Modern Mythology” a fascinating look at how female superheroes from Buffy to the Power Puff Girls have broken into the boys club. Finally, enjoy “The Incredibles,” one of the great movies from the Sno-Isle film collection. While you’re watching, grab some popcorn and a mini zombie makeover so that you’re all set at 4:00 when we round out the day by shambling through the library and off into the sunset!<br /><br />Made possible by Humanities Washington and the Friends of the Granite Falls Library.<br />

Intended audience: Teens
Granite Falls Library
2:00 PM
8/23/2014
Poetry, War and Resources
Linda Beeman will share poems from "Collateral Damage," her new book featuring a scrapbook of poems and personalities who confront us with unanswered questions about war, its costs and its rewards. Copies will be available for purchase and signing. Gregory Stone, the president of the board of directors for the Veterans Resource Center, will share their mission. Find out how you can support veterans and their families.

Intended audience: Adults
Clinton Library
2:00 PM
8/23/2014
Poetry, War and Resources
Linda Beeman will share poems from "Collateral Damage," her new book featuring a scrapbook of poems and personalities who confront us with unanswered questions about war, its costs and its rewards. Copies will be available for purchase and signing. Colonel (retired) Greg Stone, the president of the board of directors for the Whidbey Veterans Resource Center (WVRC), will share their mission. Find out how you can support veterans and their families and their involvement with our wonderful community.

Intended audience: Adults
Clinton Library
2:00 PM
8/24/2014
The History of Wine
Robert M. Wagner, wine connoiseur & broker, shares his expertise & reveals the rich evolution of wine. Space is limited, so please call or preregister online. Supported by Friends of the Coupeville Library.

Intended audience: Adults
Coupeville Library
3:00 PM
8/24/2014
Read with Carmen and Risa
Carmen and Risa love to listen to young readers. Read with one of these sweet therapy dogs for 15 minutes and recieve a "pawtograph" souvenir. For school-age children.

Intended audience: Children and Families, All Ages
Mukilteo Library
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