Libraries closed in observance of Labor Day
Monday, September 7
All libraries will be closed in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Read more...
Landslides in Washington: Past, Present and Future
Olympia Library - Wed. Sep. 9, 7:30pm
Geologic hazards expert Stephen Slaughter presents a slide show and discusses historic Washington landslides, types of landslides, and his current project - mapping landslides. Read more...
Wolves in Washington
Lacey Library - Fri. Sep. 11, 7pm
Humans aren’t born fearing wolves, but most of us seem to learn early in life that they are big and bad. The people at Wolf Haven International share their perspective and experience with wolves. Read more...
Applying for U.S. Citizenship
Lacey Library - Sat. Sep. 12, 2pm
English and Vietnamese speakers can find help at this bilingual workshop designed for people seeking United States citizenship. Read more...
Meet Local Author of Faarian Chronicles: Exile
Aberdeen Library - Sat. Sep. 12, 2pm
Fifteen-year-old Sunny Price dreams of being an Olympic gymnast but thanks to the worst custody agreement in the universe, she is exiled to her absentee mother’s home planet. Read more...
Theodore Roosevelt: Wilderness Warrior
Shelton Library - Sat. Sep. 12, 2pm
Historian Scott Woodward talks about Roosevelt and his wilderness legacy, including his inspiring 17-city tour of Washington State in 1903. Read more...
Bones, Blessings and Miracles
Olympia Library - Tue. Sep. 15, 6:30pm
Artist, writer and teacher Anatha Attar will discuss and read from her first book, "Bones, Blessings and Miracles: Reflections on Living the Creative Purposeful Life". Read more...
All libraries closed for staff training day
Wednesday, September 16
All TRL libraries will be closed on Wednesday, September 16, for All Staff Training Day. Read more...
Business Building and Entrepreneurship
Raymond Library - Tue. Sep. 22, 8-9am
Business owners and entrepreneurs will benefit from this free class on business development and marketing. Read more...
Author Talk: Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger is back
Olympia Library - Wed. Sep. 23, 7:30pm
Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger will talk about the inspiration and research behind his new book, “A Junkyard God with Broken Legs”. Read more...
Author Talk, Book Release Party and Live Music
Olympia Library - Thu. Sep. 24, 7:30pm
Bryan C. Parker lives in one of America’s hippest cities - Austin. He edits the blog “Pop Press International.” Now he’s written a book, “Beat Happening,” part of the 33-1/3 book series. Read more...