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Assistance with 2016 Taxes
Tax assistance schedule & IRS forms help

Assistance with tax questions is available from AARP Tax-Aides in some TRL libraries and other locations. Read more...

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Author J.A. Jance Talks about Her New Thriller
Olympia Library - Wed. Mar. 29, 7:30-8:45pm

Two tech geniuses face off, one for good, and one, most decidedly, for evil. Amateur sleuth Ali Reynolds is back in action in "Man Overboard," the latest book by New York Times best-selling author J.A. Jance. Read more...

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Two Local Young Adult Authors Discuss Writing
Lacey Library - Thu. Mar. 30, 4-5:30pm

Local authors Sage Adderley-Knox and Jennifer Shaw Wolf will talk about writing and publishing young adult fiction. Read more...

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Library Partnership Brings Resources to Job Seekers
Pacific County Libraries Starting in March, 2017

The five Timberland libraries in Pacific County have new tools to help job seekers, career builders and business starters - new laptop computers loaded with tools for success. Read more...

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Lacey's Teen Writers Contest Winners Announced
Lacey Library - 2017 Lacey Loves to Read

The annual contest is run by the Lacey Timberland Library as part of Lacey Loves to Read, a community-wide program. Read more...

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Two Programs Honoring American Veterans
Centralia Library - Sat. Apr. 1 & Sat. Apr. 8

Washington at War: The Evergreen State in World War I on Sat. Apr. 1, 2-3pm. Lt. Col. Larry B. Mason will share his experience in Vietnam on Sat. Apr. 8, 2-3pm. Read more...

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Teens solve "A Willful Deceit: A Murder Mystery"
Olympia Library - Sat. Apr. 1, 6:30-10:30pm

Come Dressed in Black: Murder's Afoot! After hours at the library, it's mystery, mayhem, a movie, and lots of fun - for teens only. Read more...

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Fall in love with the fierce language of poetry
Chehalis Library - Sat. Apr. 1, 2-3pm

Poet and performer Judith Adams will help us rediscover the enchantment of poetry. Adams will demonstrate how poetry can "radically enhance, change and even save our lives." Read more...

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Literary Peeps® Diorama Contest
Olympia Library - April, 2017

A diorama is a scene recreated in miniature and three dimensions. The Literary Peeps Contest requires the scene be selected from a book, and the characters in the scene made out of marshmallow Peeps® candy. Read more...

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Photographer and Mountaineer Alan Bauer
Olympia Library - Thu. Apr. 6, 7:30-8:45pm

Photographer and mountaineer Alan Bauer has a passion for the Pacific Northwest - specifically, its history and natural history. He will share stories about hiking in the spring - spiced with characteristic good humor. Read more...

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Local Brewers Teach Class on Beer Making
Aberdeen Library - Tue. Apr. 11, 6-7pm

Jon and Stefanie Bennett, of Steam Donkey Brewing, will talk about the basics of the brewing process, the equipment, and the characteristics of various brews. Read more...

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"Bountiful Backyards" series
Pacific County Libraries, Apr. 13 - May 20, 2017

In April, Lisa Taylor will teach how to create a garden the whole family can care for and enjoy. In May chicken pro Pam Watson will share tips and tricks for starting a backyard flock. Read more...

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How Culture Shapes Childbirth
Lacey Library - Fri. Apr. 14, 3-5pm

Birthing may be simple biology, but human childbirth is more complex. Culture, tradition, and belief systems are a critical part of bringing a new human into the world. Read more...

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Cheapskate's Guide to a Better Retirement
Tumwater & Aberdeen Libraries - Sat. Apr. 15

Jeff Yeager is "the Ultimate Cheapskate." Yeager has created a lifestyle that allowed him to retire at age 46. He continues to live a rich, happy life, doing exactly what he wants to do. Read more...

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Beloved Poetry and Original Jazz - it’s “PoetryMusic”
North Mason Library - Wed. Apr. 19, 7-8pm

Jazz artists Chris Lee and Colleen O’Brien, performing as "PoetryMusic," are back with an original repertoire of art songs - new music created for classic verse. Read more...

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Authors Alec Clayton and Sam Snoek-Brown
Lacey Library - Thu. Apr. 20, 5:30-7pm

These two writers live here now, but their fiction hails from the Deep South. Alec Clayton and Sam Snoek-Brown will read from their works, answer questions and sign books. Read more...

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Vocal Ensemble Noteables Welcomes Spring
Tumwater Library - Wed. Apr. 26, noon-12:45pm

Tumwater High School's premier vocal ensemble, Noteables, perform jazz-infused, a capella music. Read more...

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Author on the Japanese-American Experience in WWII
Norman Worthington Conf. Ctr, Lacey - Apr. 27, 7-9pm

Prior to the evening lecture, author Pamela Rotner Sakamoto will participate in a book discussion at the Lacey Library from 2-3 p.m. Read more...

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