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TAG: programs

December Brings Wintery Disney Trivia, Local Holiday Shopping & Merry Gnome Ornaments

Posted in News on November 17, 2021 at 6:00 am

Kids and families can enjoy library programs for making gnome ornaments, creating a gingerbread house, competing in wintery Disney trivia, trying science experiments, and participating in Camp Read-a-Rama during winter break. Plus programs for businesses, parents, and holiday shoppers! […]

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Thankful for Sherlock Holmes, Holiday Ornaments, LEGO Storytimes & You

Posted in News on October 19, 2021 at 6:00 am

Boy with teddy bear under tree with fall leaves on the ground Fans of mystery will want to check out our programs dedicated to one of the most famous private detectives in literature, TV, and film—Sherlock Holmes. Plus, November has entertaining and informative programs for adults, businesses, and kids and families that you won’t want to miss. […]

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Fun & Eerie Things for Kids & Families to Do for a Thrilling October

Posted in News on September 14, 2021 at 6:00 am

Science experiments and storytimes are a great way to discover new things and great stories all month long. National Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 through October 15. We’re having a Spanish-language celebration at Spokane Valley Library with music, food, activities for los niños, as well as a tour of the library and our expanded […]

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Discussing difficult topics with children

Posted in kids, Parents and Teachers on March 11, 2020 at 6:00 am

father and daughter talking, with dog in park By Gwendolyn Haley I have found that parenting includes the need to have difficult conversations with children. My family recently lost a beloved dog, Pepe, who had been with us for over 14 years. He was an old dog and spent more and more of his time resting and sleeping. So while we were prepared […]

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Homebuyer education & financial literacy workshops from SNAP Spokane

Posted in News on September 30, 2019 at 6:00 am

HOMEBUYER EDUCATION SEMINARS October 2019–January 2020 Buying a home can be a dream come true and an overwhelming process at the same time. In a free seminar held at the library, explore all of the major aspects of the home-buying process in an unbiased format with SNAP Spokane instructors certified by the Washington State Housing […]

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Blast Off! for summer fun with space-themed crafts, books, and programs

Posted in kids, Parents and Teachers on July 8, 2019 at 6:00 am

By Rachel Edmondson This year the library’s summer reading program has been celebrating A Universe of Stories. If you haven’t already poured through Engage, our programs and events guide, to circle the programs that interest you, I suggest you do so soon. We still have lots of summer programs you won’t want to miss! This […]

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Library Top 10

Posted in Explore and Discover, For You, kids, Parents and Teachers, Prime Time, Teens on December 30, 2014 at 6:00 am

By Rachel Edmondson I have a confession to make. I love “Top 10” lists, year-in-reviews, countdowns, you name it. I’m always so curious to see what is most popular and how it compares to my choices and preferences. Whether it is baby names, songs or books, I’m always intrigued. I must not be the only […]

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