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Interesting Programs in February: View an Art Show, Count Birds, Get Genealogy Tips & More

Posted in News on January 18, 2023 at 6:00 am

The shortest month of the year is packed with interesting and engaging programs for all ages, adults, and businesses—including online author talks. SCLD Online Authors Series Register for these programs on our Upcoming Speakers web page. Back in a Spell: Author Talk with Lana HarperRegistration is required.ONLINEThursday, Feb 9, 4pm Tastes Like W […]

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Stepping into the New Year with Art Show Submissions, Great Author Talks & Loads to Explore

Posted in News on December 14, 2022 at 6:00 am

You can start 2023 by exploring new things and honing your skills at the library. Express your creativity with a submission to our art show. Try out a family book discussion. Check out video magic using a green screen. Tackle your unfinished crafts with the encouragement of other pro-craft-inators. And that’s just the start! Check […]

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Helpful & Informative: Author Talks, Memory Care, Medicare, Retirement & Small Business Strategies

Posted in News on October 19, 2022 at 6:00 am

Hear from thought leaders and award-winning authors in the upcoming Humanities Washington program about the gentrification of rural Washington and in three author talks discussing the founding women of NPR, the novel Lessons in Chemistry, and ways to have difficult discussions about race. If you have questions about Medicare or health care and reti […]

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October Is for You: Creative Arts, Author Talks, Shred Day, Memory Care & More

Posted in News on September 21, 2022 at 6:00 am

This fall you can explore creative arts and leisure activities at the library, including blacksmithing, lace tatting, cyanotypes, and photography. October brings you some wonderful author talks—including Spokane Is Reading author Kate Lebo—and information sessions about dyslexia and caring for loved ones who are experiencing memory loss. Shred […]

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Online Author Talks: Raising Thrivers, One Prolific Author & a Tale of Privilege, Wealth & Deceit

Posted in News on August 25, 2022 at 4:00 am

Three online author talks in September give you a chance to explore raising THRIVERS with Dr. Michele Borba, attend a talk with Simon Winchester, the prolific author of THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN, and hear from Hernan Diaz about his novel TRUST set in the roaring 1920s.  […]

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Spokane Is Reading Selects “The Book of Difficult Fruit” by Local Author Kate Lebo

Posted in News on August 24, 2022 at 6:00 am

Spokane Is Reading 2022: "The Book of Difficult Fruit" by Kate Lebo Spokane Is Reading Spokane Is Reading has announced their book selection for the 21st annual community-wide reading event: local author Kate Lebo’s The Book of Difficult Fruit: Arguments for the Tart, Tender, and Unruly (with Recipes). The Book of Difficult Fruit is a collection of essays that combine memoir, natural history, and recipes. It is […]

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How Will You Spend the Rest of Your Summer? We Have Some Great Ideas

Posted in News on July 19, 2022 at 6:00 am

Our new SCLD Online Authors Series has four author talks for you to see in August, discussing their fiction and nonfiction titles. We think this is a wonderful way to spend some of your summer hours. Businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs can check out the SCORE workshop to learn the tools for measuring different kinds of […]

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