The Trudy Sundberg Lecture Series, in collaboration with the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, returns in person with anthropologist Dr. Wade Davis.
Nothing lasts forever, and the 41-year-old roof at the Arlington Library is proof. Work to install a new metal roof with skylights is set to start March 14.
This year’s 20th anniversary of Whidbey Reads celebrates the Asian American experience with online events in March and April that culminate on April 27.
Sno-Isle Libraries is excited to move forward in 2022 on a new, larger Lake Stevens Library to better serve customers on the Chapel Hill property the library owns. Community input is actively sought.
Sno-Isle Libraries Open Book online author series continues this year with New York Times bestselling novelist Jonathan Evison at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22.
The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation Board is pleased to announce that Christina Kourteva will serve as the next Foundation Executive Director, effective Jan. 24.
New developments have emerged in Sno-Isle Libraries’ long-standing effort to build a new, larger library to serve the Lake Stevens community.
Let’s say you want to get out to enjoy nature at one of Washington’s state parks or wildlife areas, but you realize you don’t have a Washington Discover Pass
Michael Adams officially joins the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees on Jan. 6. He is founder of Change the Narrative, a Granite Falls social justice group.