All Spokane County Library District locations will be closed on Monday, February 15, to observe Presidents’ Day.

TAG: teens

Come code!

Posted in News on February 10, 2016 at 6:00 am

Feature_ComeCode! Interested in website design? Come code at a hands-on class! Learn how to start building your own responsive website, along with where to find coding resources and inspiration. If you have a personal laptop, feel free to bring it with you. For teens grades 7 and up. Saturday, Mar 5, 2–4pm NORTH SPOKANE Sunday, March […]

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Programs especially for tweens and teens

Posted in News on January 22, 2016 at 6:00 am

Feature_RandomFandom The library is an ideal place for tweens and teens to socialize with friends, explore their interests, and learn valuable skills. It’s a space where they can access unlimited resources and participate in engaging, free programs. February through May we have a variety of activities designed especially for students in grades 4 and up. Tween […]

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Don’t fear the FAFSA

Posted in News on January 9, 2016 at 6:00 am

Feature_FAFSA If the words “financial aid” make you quake in your boots, this event is for you. Let Tammy Zibell and Janet Rice help you navigate the Federal Financial Aid System, and complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Whether you’re learning the ropes as a high school or non-traditional student, Tammy and Janet will […]

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The best sci-fi graphic novels of 2015

Posted in Explore and Discover, For You on December 2, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_BestSciFiBooks By Brian Vander Veen Years ago, I stumbled into a public library looking for some sort of literary palette cleanser, some light reading to break up the monotony of the weightier academic work I had to trudge through as a graduate student. I hadn’t read comics in some years, but I decided to check out […]

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Boredom Busters

Posted in News on November 6, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_BoredomBusters Get to the library for plenty of boredom busters to keep you entertained when school’s out. Drop in to play games, make spectacular crafts, explore electricity with squishy circuits, and test your engineering skills with building challenges. Bring friends for an afternoon of fun! 1–4pm | For kids in grades K–6 CHENEY Thursday, Nov 19 MED […]

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Library Hack: Get college ready with the Digital Library

Posted in Business and Careers, For You, Parents and Teachers, Teens on November 5, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_CollegeReady By Brian Vander Veen As a first generation college student, I found the whole process of college planning absurdly confusing. My frustration was compounded by the fact that my peers from college-educated families seemed to navigate the whole process with relative assurance and ease. Many of them ended up going out of state with generous […]

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Game On: Family Game Day with Uncle’s Games

Posted in News on October 23, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_FamilyGameDay For some family-friendly fun get to the library for an afternoon of gaming! Play and test out a variety of board games provided by Uncle’s Games. You can even purchase a game to add to your family’s collection or check someone off your holiday gift list. Come get your game on! 11am–4pm | All ages […]

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Fall programs especially for tweens & teens

Posted in For You, News, Parents and Teachers, Teens on September 28, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_RandomFandom The library is an ideal place for tweens and teens to socialize with friends, explore their interests, and learn valuable skills. It’s a space where they can access unlimited resources and participate in engaging, free programs. This fall we have a variety of activities designed especially for students in grades 4 and up. Tween Club […]

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Animal rescues: Q&A with local author Kelly Milner Halls

Posted in Explore and Discover, For You, kids, Teens on September 23, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_Kelly By Sheri Boggs What do Sasquatch, wild dogs, dinosaur babies, ghosts, and alien visitors all have in common? Besides being intrinsically awesome, they’ve all been book subjects for local writer Kelly Milner Halls. Halls is a passionate profiler of the wonderfully weird, with nonfiction titles like Tales of the Cryptids, Ghostly Evidence, a […]

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Discover endless possibilities within your reach

Posted in For You, kids, Parents and Teachers, Teens on September 15, 2015 at 6:00 am

Feature_endless possibilities By Gwendolyn Haley I just bought a cartful of school supplies for my three kids. We love new pens, pencils, and notebooks at our house. They represent the endless possibilities a new school year brings. I get excited just thinking about everything that my kids will learn and create over the next few months. One […]

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