Library Catalog Maintenance
Fri. 10/16 5am - Sun. 10/18 9m
Patrons will be able to search the catalog but will NOT be able to login to MY ACCOUNT from approximately 5am Fri. 10/16 morning until 9pm on Sun. 10/18. See more info on the library catalog. Read more...
October is “Get the Card” Month
All Timberland Libraries, October 1-31, 2015
This is the best month to become a new library patron. Everyone who signs up in October will receive a beautiful, limited-edition library card and be entered in a drawing for prizes. Read more...
Get Ready to Vote: Two Candidate Forums
Olympia Library, Wed. Oct. 14 & 21, 7:30pm
Candidates for local positions will discuss the issues:
Oct. 14 - Mayor and City Council (Position 1)
Oct. 21 - Port Commissioner (Dist 1 & 3) and School Board Director (Dist 2)
Mushroom Hunting for Beginners
Amanda Park & Aberdeen Libraries - Sat. Oct. 17
Marian Maxwell of the Puget Sound Mycological Society will present this program in Amanda Park at 10:30am and in Aberdeen at 2:30pm. Read more...
How earthquakes & volcanos shape our landscape
Naselle Library - Tue. Oct. 20, 6pm
Geophysicist Robert J. Lillie will describe how violent geological events form the spectacular mountains, valleys and coastlines of our region. Read more...
Zine Fest 2015: Kicking Off with All-Star Panel
Olympia Library - Fri. Oct. 23, 7pm
Help kick off the Olympia Zine Fest at the library with a panel discussion addressing the ins-and-outs of independent publishing. Read more...
Today's Library - TRL Newsletter
September/October 2015 issue
Check out the new issue of Today's Library, TRL's newlsetter. Read more...
Live in the Library: Yodelady & Tattered Dress
Lacey Library - Fri. Nov. 6, 7pm
In the grand tradition of American barn dances, Yodelady and Tattered Dress perform traditional fiddle songs, cowboy covers, folk originals, rip-roaring dance tunes and country waltzes. Read more...
Ozette: Excavating a Makah Whaling Village
Lacey Library - Sat. Nov. 7, 2:30pm
Author Ruth Kirk tells the story of an archaeological recovery of Olympic Peninsula houses buried 300 years ago by a mudslide. Read more...