Posted on December 22, 2016 at 6:00 am
Spokane County Library District introduces Engage, the new magazine packed with information about events, workshops, and programs at the library. You can pick up Engage at any of our 10 libraries or view it online. Just like all of our events and programs, the magazine is free.
When you open the pages of Engage, you’ll find classes, performances, and information for everyone: kids, tweens and teens, families, adults, business owners, job hunters, those who want to give back to the community, and those who seek answers to questions.
Here are just a few highlights from the January–April 2017 issue of Engage magazine:
For Early Learners
For Kids, Tweens, and Teens
Exhibition: The Literature of Prescription: Charlotte Perkins Gilman and “The Yellow Wall-Paper”
Money Smart Week: financial literacy programs
Tod Marshall Presents Poetry
Urban Farming classes (gardens, chickens, and beekeeping!)
For Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
What wonderful discovery will you find in 2017? We invite you to turn the pages and see what awaits you at your local library. Engage is published three times per year, covering 4 months of programs and events in each issue.
Engage supports the Spokane County Library District’s vision to learn, work, create, and thrive together.
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