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Black History Month
February 1-28, 2017

In honor of Black History Month, TRL created a booklist and podcast to celebrate the history and achievements of African Americans. Read more...

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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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TRL Newsletter - January/February 2017

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

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An Evening of Jazz and Swing Music
Olympia Library - Thu. Mar. 2, 7:30-8:45pm

When guitarist Vince Brown and vocalist LaVon Hardison team up as Red & Ruby, audiences can count on a grand evening of classic jazz and swing music. Read more...

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Sister Spit's 20th Anniversary Tour
Olympia Library - Fri. Mar. 3, 2017

Come to the library for an evening of queer and feminist memoir, poetry and performance. The show features six female artists that take an artful, edgy, often humorous look at intersecting issues of personal identity that shape our lives Read more...

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The Tale of Tacoma's Tragic Streetcar Disaster
Chehalis Library - Sat. Mar. 4, 2-3pm

On July 4, 1900, Tacoma held a grand Independence Day celebration to welcome the new century. Transportation systems were woefully inadequate to move the expected 50,000 people. Read more...

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Teens Consider Food, Community and Social Justice
Olympia Library - Sat. Mar. 4, 2-3:30pm

How does locally grown food support social justice? Teens will explore those connections at the second meeting of the "Curiosity Society." Read more...

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Hoodsport Library Closing for Repairs & Remodeling
Feb. 14, 2017 through Mar. 13, 2017

The Hoodsport Timberland Library will be closed beginning Tuesday, Feb. 14 for structural repairs and remodeling. The library is scheduled to re-open on Tuesday, March 14. Read more...

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The Raptors of Washington's Pacific Coast
Aberdeen Library - Tue. Mar. 14, 6-7pm

Washington's Pacific Coast is home to several types of birds of prey - falcons, hawks and eagles. Raptor expert Dan Varland will discuss these majestic creatures. Read more...

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Library Teams up with Tenino School District
March 1, 2017

Tenino public school students will soon have more learning tools - computers and internet access - to help them with schoolwork and support their academic success. Read more...

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On Stage at the Lacey Library: Two Classic Comedies
Lacey Library - Mon. Mar. 15, 2-3pm

Readers Theater Unlimited will present two humorous plays, one from 19th century British literature, the other from mid-2oth century American popular culture. Both are classic gems. Read more...

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Building Understanding in Challenging Times
Lacey Library - Thu. Mar. 16, 3-5pm

Experts from the Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County will discuss communication skills that create understanding between people who do not share perspectives, opinions or experiences. Read more...

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The Fleetwoods' Gretchen Christopher Performs
Olympia Library - Thu. Mar. 16, 7:30-8:45pm

Hit songwriter and recording artist Gretchen Christopher will perform songs of life, love and romance. Christopher was one-third of the popular musical group, The Fleetwoods. Read more...

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Puppets Please Marionettes
Olympia Library - Thu. Mar. 16, 10:15-10:45am

This troupe of puppeteers and their hand-made marionettes light up every stage with their artistry, music and storytelling. Read more...

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Sasquatch: Man-Ape or Myth?
Amanda Park Library - Sat. Mar. 18, 2-3pm

Author David George Gordon will examine the existing Sasquatch data through the lens of the scientific method, and encourage guests to share Big Foot stories and experiences. Read more...

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