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BiblioBall 2014: Fairy Tale Formal
Olympia Library - Sat. Dec. 20, 6:30pm

From babes in arms to family elders, everyone is welcome to celebrate the wonder of fairy tales at the Olympia Timberland Library’s “BiblioBall." Read more...

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Libraries Closed for Christmas
Wed. & Thu., December 24 & 25

All TRL libraries will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday, December 24 and 25 in observance of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Read more...

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Today's Library - TRL Newsletter
November/December 2014 issue

Check out the new issue of Today's Library, TRL's newlsetter. Read more...

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Adult Winter Reading
January 1 through March 14

Booklovers can once again welcome the New Year with some healthy self-indulgence: reading books, audiobooks and more books – as many as possible – between January 1 and March 14. Read more...

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Timberland Reads & Writes Together in 2015
January 1 through March 31

The selected book for next October’s Timberland Reads Together program doesn’t yet exist. It will be written by talented residents to create the Timberland Writes Together Anthology. Read more...

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Jeff Evans brings Holiday Magic
Chehalis - Jan. 2, 11am & Winlock - Jan. 2, 2pm

Come to the Chehalis and Winlock libraries to see magician Jeff Evans enchant ropes and spell-bind money; he’ll conjure up a card-playing reindeer and even Santa Claus himself! Read more...

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What Possessed Mary Shelley?
Lacey Library - Wed. Jan 7, 5:30pm

Literary scholar Lance Rhoades explores the questions raised by Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein." What constitutes human life? Should there be limits placed on scientific research? Read more...

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On Guard: The Purpose and Pathos of Anxiety
Olympia Library - Wed. Jan 7, 7:30pm

Anxiety disorders are the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorder in this country. Jill Joanis discusses the science behind these conditions and treatment options Read more...

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Rainy Day Reading Reviews
Aberdeen Library - Jan. 9-Feb. 27, 10:30am

A library patron reads a book of her or his choosing and presents the review at a public gathering. It’s all about reading, reflecting and sharing as a community. Read more...

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Author Says Old Dogs Tell Important Stories
Olympia Library - Sat. Jan. 10, 2pm

Ardeth De Vries serves as president of “Old Dog Haven,” the largest senior dog rescue in the U.S. She shares her knowledge of the problem and some of the heart-lifting stories old dogs can tell. Read more...

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Understanding the Nutrition-Health Connection
Chehalis Library - Tue, Jan. 13, Feb. 10, Mar. 10

In a food-obsessed world, how do we navigate the do’s, don’ts and wants? Kate Moore, nutritional therapist, offers digestible facts about how bodies work and what fuels them best. Read more...

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A Tribute to the Queen of Country Music
Chehalis Library - Sat. Jan. 24, 2pm

Multi-talented Elizabeth Stierle, half of the duo “Buck and Elizabeth” gives voice to country and pop music star Patsy Cline Read more...

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Author Ann Pancake Talks About New Book
Olympia Library - Thu. Mar. 5, 7:30pm

Acclaimed for her 2007 book Strange as this Weather Has Been, Ann Pancake is back with a collection of stories set in her home state of West Virginia. Read more...

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Theodore Roosevelt: Wilderness Warrior
Westport Library - Thu. Mar. 5, 1pm

Historian Scott Woodward talks about the wilderness legacy Roosevelt left behind and his signature approach to getting things done. Read more...

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A Tribute to the Queen of Country Music
North Mason Library - Thu. Mar. 12, 7pm

Multi-talented Elizabeth Stierle, half of the duo “Buck and Elizabeth” gives voice to country and pop music star Patsy Cline. Read more...

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