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Ned Hayes New Book Tour Kicks Off
Olympia Library - Thu. May 5, 7:30pm

Olympia author Ned Hayes discusses his new book, “The Eagle Tree,” about an Olympia boy obsessed by climate change and fighting to save an old growth tree. Read more...

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May-hem Comic & Game Fest
Tumwater Library - Sat. May 7, 11am-3pm

Celebrate “Free Comic Books Day” with games, crafts, and costumes. There will be free comics for every enthusiast, from the youngest readers to adults. Read more...

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A Literary Peeps® Diorama Contest
Olympia Library - Apr 1 - May 7

Everyone is invited to celebrate spring, literature and libraries by entering the Peeps® Diorama Contest. Read more...

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Rap 101: The Message behind the Music
Lacey Library - Sat. May 7, 2pm

Eric Davis facilitates an audience discussion about rap music, the dominant ideology - the mainstream news media and the status quo - and what we can do, individually and societally, to stimulate social change. Read more...

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Crafting Stories from Memory
Lacey Library - Mon. Mar. 14, Apr. 11 & May 9

Local writer Keith Eisner presents three workshops on writing memoirs. The workshops will include discussions about turning memories into stories, and a series of low-stress, invigorating writing exercises. Read more...

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My Dear Wife and Children
Lacey Library - Fri. May 13, 4pm

David Brainard Griffin left his home and family in 1861 to join the 2nd Minnesota Volunteers fighting with the Union army. He wrote frequently to his wife and children until 1863 when he was killed in the Battle of Chickamauga. Read more...

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Author Unveils the Latest Bakeshop Mystery
Chehalis Library - Sat. May 14, 1pm

Pacific Northwest mystery writer Ellie Alexander introduces the third in the Bakeshop Mystery series, “On Thin Icing.” A local baker will provide treats inspired by the book. Read more...

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A Free Basic Self-Defense Class
Centralia Library - Sat. May 14, 2pm

Join Michael Garner, owner of Caliber Martial Training Center, as he teaches a class in basic self-defense. Learn key skills: awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance. Read more...

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Bear Festival Royalty Holds Court at the Library
McCleary Library - Sat. May 14, 11am

It’s Bear Festival time again! Children and their families are invited to enjoy the festivities at the McCleary Library, Saturday, for stories, crafts, games and treats. Read more...

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The South Sound World of Nikki McClure
Olympia Library - Sat. May 14, 11am

Nikki McClure reads aloud her new picture book, “Waiting for High Tide” followed by a “show & tell” about animal life in the South Salish Sea by members of the South Sound Estuary Association. Read more...

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National Readathon Promises Fun at 4 TRL Libraries
Aberdeen, Lacey, Centralia & Shelton, Sat. May 21

If you love nothing better than curling up in a quiet corner with a good book, National Readathon Day is for you. This reading party celebrates the joy of silent reading at the library. Read more...

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Come Together Mason County: Addiction Awareness
Shelton Library - Tue. May 24, 6:30pm

Join your neighbors for a panel discussion about addiction: the statistics, the stories, the despair and hope, and the human cost of drug addiction in our county. Read more...

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A New Book from Jim Lynch
Centralia Library - Sat. May 24, 5:30pm

Jim Lynch’s new book, “Before the Wind” is a grand saga of a sailing-obsessed family. The publisher is calling it a “long-awaited breakthrough.” Read more...

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