The Library Link
The Library Link June 19 - 26, 2018

Welcome to our eNewsletter dedicated to you! This weekly newsletter links you to fantastic programs, fun events, interesting classes, and excellent books. 

Summer Reading: Libraries Rock!
Summer Reading starts NOW! Residents of ALL AGES are invited to participate in reading challenges & fun, free community programs!
 Summer Reading Programs this Week: 
Tuesday, June 19 
Geology Professor - Palouse 9:30 AM
Rock Painting - LaCrosse Park 10 AM
Rock Collection - Endicott 11 AM
Rockin' Summer FUN - Farmington 2:30 PM
Comedy Stunt Show - Colfax Schmuck Park 4 PM
Summer BBQ - Lamont Fire Station 6 PM

Wednesday, June 20
Comedy Stunt Show - Malden, Palouse & St. John
Summer Reading Kickoff - Albion 11:30 AM
DIY Musical Instruments - Garfield 1 PM

Thursday, June 21
DIY Musical Instruments! - Tekoa 12 PM
Jr. Summer Reading Kickoff - Malden 4-6 PM

Friday, June 22
DIY Musical Instruments! - Uniontown 10:30 AM
Teen Summer Reading - Malden 6 PM

Monday, June 25
DIY Musical Instruments! - Colton 10:30 AM
Rock Painting - Oakesdale 2 PM

Tuesday, June 26
Ukulele Extravaganza - Palouse 9:30 AM
Kite Making! - LaCrosse 10 AM
Rockin' Summer FUN - Farmington 2:30 PM
Clown Around Comedy - Colfax Schmuck Park 4 PM

ADULT Rock Painting - Endicott 5 PM
Sign up for Summer Reading at your library or online to WIN fantastic prizes donated by local sponsors!

...Still want to know more? Click here for WCL's 2018 Summer Reading Overview! 

Upcoming Library Events & Resources

Keep Kids Learning all Summer!
Stop by any WCL branch this summer for puzzles, ABC Mouse, educational activity packs, and books galore! 

Families can check out Bonnie Belle Backpacks & STEM Bags chock full of books, toys, crafts, costumes, and other goodies! Bags have themes including Robotics, Dinosaurs, All Around the World & more!
Tribal Battles of 1858:
Richard Scheuerman

June 27, 7 p.m. at Colfax Library
Discover the important history of the Palouse Region and its role in the battles of 1858 with local historian & Chief Kamiakin author, Richard Scheuerman.
This presentation coincides with the Center's June art & film exhibit by Nona Hengen
Healthy Choices & Life Skills
CBSG Tekoa Youth Summer Session Jun. 18 - 29, 11 to 12 p.m.

Grades 4-6 meet daily to discuss healthy choices, friendship skills, overcoming adversity & more! Includes lunch and a daily pool pass! Call 284-3121 or register online

Sponsored by Healthy Tekoa Coalition
Perfect summer reads for vacationing at the beach, camping out, or relaxing at home!
Summer Reading is here! Adults, read 3 books or complete 3 tasks to WIN! Request a book today!

See the adult reading challenge!

Are you traveling around Washington this summer? Why not explore our state’s libraries? Stop along the way and discover what our wonderful libraries have to offer! Take a photo at each library you visit and enter the Passport to Washington Libraries drawing! Learn more!
Visit 5 libraries between Jun.15 - Sept.15 & be entered to win up to a $100 gift card!
  •  Andrew Carnegie helped Washington build 43 libraries?
  •  A Washington library has a jail cell inside?
  •  There is a library in Washington that used to be a bank and contains a vault?
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