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Red Yarn Concert

Red Yarn with hymnal and puppet on his shoulder

Folk singer and family performer Red Yarn weaves music, puppetry and American history into lively, charming shows for all ages.

  • Tuesday, March 28
  • Wednesday, March 29
  • 6:30pm
  • 10:30am
  • Port Angeles Main Library
  • Sequim Boys & Girls Club,
    400 West Fir Street, Sequim

See Red Yarn and his friends perform "Rattlesnake!"

These programs are generously supported by the Port Angeles Friends of the Library and Friends of Sequim Library, and in collaboration with the Sequim Boys & Girls Club.

Various puppets arranged against pattern fabric with Deep Woods Revival sign

Family Flicks
Sequim Branch Library

Family Flicks provides free family entertainment, popcorn, and fun movie trivia!

2pm every first Saturday of the month
October through April


April 1:  Zootopia
In a city of anthropomorphic animals, a rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy.

Family Science with
Feiro Marine Life Center

Family Science with Feiro Marine Life Center

Join Feiro Marine Life Center educators and live ocean creatures at several North Olympic Library System branches to learn about marine life. This special family program is designed for children ages 4-6. Each child may be accompanied by one adult. Participants will explore touch tanks, ask questions, use scientific tools to find answers, and design new habitats for marine animals.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

Monday, April 3, 10:30am, Port Angeles Main Library,  REGISTER

Wednesday, April 5, 11am, Forks Branch Library,  REGISTER

Thursday, April 6, 9:30am, Sequim Branch Library,  REGISTER
Thursday, April 6, 10:30am, Sequim Branch Library,  REGISTER

For additional information and to register for this program, visit the events calendar at www.nols.org, email , or contact your nearby NOLS branch location.

This free program is funded in part by the Albert Haller foundation and the North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee.

Feiro Marine Life Center

Hour of Code!
Forks Branch Libraray

Hour of Code!

Participate in an Hour of Code at the Forks Branch Library!
Wednesday,  April 5,  4-5pm.

The Forks Branch Library will host an Hour of Code on Wednesday, April 5, from 4pm to 5pm.
Hour of Code is an introduction to computer science designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn programming basics. Each participant will use a laptop to access a variety of fun, self-guided tutorials provided by Code.org.

More About Coding
Computer coding is a valuable skill because it is a universal language. People who know how to code will be able to communicate across countries and cultures, and solve problems more efficiently in the future. Learning programming at a young age helps children solve everyday problems and set up for a lifetime of opportunities. Hour of Code is the first step for anyone to learn that computer science is fun and accessible at all ages!

This event is recommended for ages 4 and up; even pre-readers can participate! All learning levels are welcome. Laptops will be provided.

Register Now!

This program is made possible by a grant from the Washington State Library. For more information about this program email .

Second Saturday Science
Sequim Branch Library

The Second Saturday Science series creates fun, hands-on opportunities for children to explore concepts related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Preregistration is required due to space limitations.

Electric Motors and More!
Saturday, April 8.  10:30am-12:30pm
for ages 7 - 12

Second Saturday Science Electric Motors and More!

Hands-on experiments will include constructing terrariums and electric motors! Peninsula College STEM Club members will assist participants with building scientific creations.
Registration open!

Saturday, June 10

Second Saturday Science Rockets
The Museum of Flight will be presenting two rocketry programs for a Second Saturday Science program finale. A quick rocket history, rocket construction, and grand rocket launch!

10:30am – 11:30am   Water Rockets for ages 7-12

11:30am – 12:30pm   Alka Rockets for ages 5-6
(parent participation required)

Registration opens April 1!

Kids Create Art
Sequim Branch Library

Several kids sitting at tables drawing in the Sequim Library participating in Kids Create Art program

Led by local artists, the Kids Create Art program series— recommended for ages 7 to 12— creates fun, hands-on opportunities for children to explore various artistic media.

Each session is free to attend, but with class sizes limited, preregistration is required.
To register, visit the Sequim Branch Library events calendar, call the library at 360.683.1161, or send an email to .
All materials will be provided.

10:30am to 12pm every third Saturday of the month
October through May

Class Schedule


  • Apr 15
  • May 20
  • Tissue Paper
    and Tulips
  • Air Dry Clay
  • Carrie Rodlend
  • Eva Kozun
Young girl holding up her clay art project. Young boy holding up her clay art project.

This program is generously supported by the
Friends of Sequim Library.

LEGO® Maker Program
Sequim Branch Library

Cut boy playing with lego blocks.

Saturday, April 22
Saturday, May 20

Create, play, and tell a story during LEGO® Maker programs at the Sequim Branch Library from 1pm-3pm on Saturday, April 22, and Saturday, May 20.

Research shows that creative play is important in the development of reading and critical thinking skills. Libraries from around the country offer programs using LEGO® bricks to encourage young people and families to play and build together.

LEGO® Maker program participants will be encouraged to write a story about their creation, which will be photographed during the program. LEGO® bricks and creations will remain in the library at the conclusion of each program. All ages are welcome, though parents or caregivers are asked to accompany all children under 8 years-old. All materials will be provided.

The library’s LEGO® brick collection was built with the generous support of the Port Angeles Friends of the Library, the Friends of Sequim Library, the North Olympic Library Foundation, and the Girl Scout Troop of Western Washington.

Lego Club
Forks Branch Library

Close up of duplo blocks.

1st Wednesday of the month, 2-3pm
March 1, 2017 through June 7, 2017
For children ages 6-14. Free.

Create a Lego masterpiece based on a weekly theme or build something totally unique! The goal of Lego Club is to encourage children to use their imaginations while working as individuals and teams. Each week will present attendees with a new theme to help encourage and guide new projects. All materials will be provided, and the Lego creations will remain in the library after each session.

PAWS to Read
Sequim Branch Library

Sequim PAWS to Read

Second Wednesdays, 3-4pm
October 2016 — May 2017

Discover the joy of reading with a little help from some furry friends at the Sequim Branch Library! The PAWS to Read program will connect readers with Olympic Gentle Paws Therapy dogs beginning October 12 at 3pm. Dogs and their trainers will eagerly listen to readers of all ages from 3-4pm on the second Wednesday of every month, October through May.

Reading to a dog or other pet provides a non-judgmental audience and encourages reading with confidence in a supportive and fun atmosphere. Research shows that the more a child reads, the more their reading skills will improve. For nervous or self-conscious readers, reading to therapy dogs can be a helpful way to practice reading without feelings of intimidation or judgment.

Paws to Read
Forks Branch Library

Paws to Read

Practice your reading skills with Tally the therapy dog! Children can build their reading skills and find encouragement and reading success by reading aloud to dogs that are trained to listen and be attentive. Tally and her trainer are members of the Olympic Gentle Paws.

Wednesday, March 29,   2pm to 3pm