With the latest public-health guidelines released May 13 by federal and state officials, many may wonder about the impact on their community libraries.
Sno-Isle Libraries will help grant writers learn more about their field with Introduction to Proposal Writing, an online class scheduled for 10 a.m. May 19.
Upcoming Sno-Isle Libraries Open Book guest author Christina Soontornvat has won numerous awards for her books that appeal to children of all ages.
Tina Ontiveros, author, teacher and an upcoming guest in Sno-Isle Libraries’ Open Book online author series on May 20, had a challenging childhood.
Dr. Nina Kim Hanson wants to build bridges between cultures to help break down anti-Asian racism. Learn more in a virtual lecture May 11.
The City of Lake Stevens is moving forward with plans to revitalize the downtown area and North Cove Park, so the the library has to close
Boy Scouts learn to overcome obstacles with resilience, and Seraj Zeghuzi proves it. The Mukilteo Library is the beneficiary of his persistence.
When the publisher of “Harry Potter” wanted to update the covers of the popular book series to honor its 15th anniversary in 2012, it called Kazu Kibuishi.