TAG: adults

Trivia fans take on the ’90s, music, Harry Potter, & book vs. film

Posted in News on February 7, 2019 at 6:00 am

Take on the biggest realms of fandom at adult trivia night. Bring your knowledge and your friends to create an unstoppable trivia team. You’re welcome to bring your own eats or have food delivered. Costumes and cosplayers are always welcome. ’90s Do you love TV shows like In Living Color, Home Improvement, Blossom, and Wings? […]

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Define your success: GED & ESL classes plus job help at the library

Posted in News on February 6, 2019 at 6:00 am

Classes at the Library GED & High School Completion Classes For Teens & Adults Spokane Community College Adult Education faculty work to create a supportive and inclusive environment in which student learning is the focus. Students receive instruction in math, science, social studies, writing, and more. Classes are tailored to the individua […]

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Give your business a boost with free SCORE Business Workshops

Posted in News on January 31, 2019 at 6:00 am

Photo credit: iStock | monkeybusinessimages SCORE BUSINESS WORKSHOPS Start building your business with Spokane SCORE business experts Josh King and Rob Kennedy, who present monthly workshops on a variety of topics relevant to small business owners and entrepreneurs. Feel free to bring a sack lunch. Registration is required for all SCORE workshops. SCORE Business workshops are sponsored by th […]

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The evolution of the legend of Arthur

Posted in Explore and Discover on January 22, 2019 at 6:00 am

By Caitlin Wheeler A young boy grows up poor, not looked after by his foster parents. Abused, neglected, and destitute, he expects little from life, and life expects little from him. Until one day, everything changes. The child in servant’s clothes now wears a crown, and his childhood among the people turns out to have […]

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Discover a story through music

Posted in News on January 17, 2019 at 6:00 am

Explore the folk singers and songwriters of the late ’50s and ’60s, who rediscovered artists and songs from the 1920s–30s that they then reintroduced to national audiences. In this musical program for adults, Brad Keeler and Linda Parman perform music celebrating this watershed moment in American cultural history. The Great Folk Scare: Americ […]

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Volunteering: For those who enjoy reading, children, and reading with children

Posted in News on January 8, 2019 at 6:00 am

You can help a child improve their reading skills & gain confidence as a reader. We’re looking for volunteers for our Reading Buddy Program at local elementary schools, which starts the week of February 4. The Reading Buddy Program pairs volunteers, as mentors, with elementary school students. A reading buddy is a volunteer who loves […]

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Waylay winter boredom with culture and crafts

Posted in News on January 2, 2019 at 6:00 am

SPOKANE SYMPHONY PASSES Continuing in the winter and early spring of 2019, library customers can check out Spokane Symphony passes to select Sunday matinee performances, each conducted by Eckart Preu. This season is the final one with the Spokane Symphony for Eckart Preu, who has been serving as the musical director since 2004. Multiple passes […]

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Experience beautiful medieval book art with January Creator-in-Residence Hannah Charlton

Posted in News on December 13, 2018 at 6:00 am

By Erin Dodge In January, we are lucky to host Creator-in-Residence Hannah Charlton at The Lab at North Spokane Library. Hannah studied art, graphic design, and history at Whitworth University and found the perfect intersection of the three areas of study in medieval manuscript illumination. You may be wondering a bit about what an illuminated […]

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Gifts of experience for less stress and more joy this holiday season

Posted in Explore and Discover on December 11, 2018 at 6:00 am

By Abra Cole The holiday season is here again! I love the smells of goodies baking in the oven, the peacefulness of the fluffy snow falling outside, and the excited sounds of kids clamoring to get the best spot by the Christmas tree and all the gifts. Usually at our house, that last one is […]

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Delicious creations you can try with December Creator-in-Residence Catee Ng

Posted in News on November 20, 2018 at 6:00 am

By Erin Dodge I’ve made a few cakes and cupcakes for birthday parties over the years, usually from a box mix and a tub of frosting. Inevitably, my cake turns out lopsided, my cupcakes are dry, and the frosting is half-melting off the side. I realize that the last one happens because I start baking […]

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