Beginning Monday, January 3, the North Olympic Library System (NOLS) will expand its hours. With the new hours, the Library is offering nearly the same amount of open hours as it was before the pandemic, but adjustments have been made to the exact times based current needs and the results of a community survey conducted in the fall. Of special note, The Forks, Port Angeles and Sequim Branches will open an hour earlier at 9am on Fridays and Saturdays. Current hours can be found here.
Join NOLS staff for a fun night of trivia on Zoom! Play as a team or on your own. Register for Zoom link.
2nd Tuesdays, January through April, 7pm via Zoom 1/11, 2/8, 3/8, 4/12 Olympic National Park’s Perspectives Winter Speaker Series will be hosted by NOLS via Zoom this season. The free talks will be offered at 7pm on the second Tuesday of each month from January through April. Registration is required to attend the Zoom [...]
Starting Friday, January 21, while supplies last.
A fun winter treat for all ages! Grab a kit to create your own DIY Hot Cocoa Bomb. Drop it in warm milk (any kind!) for a melty-sweet beverage in the cold winter months. Adult supervision highly recommended.
First Meeting: Thursday, February 3, 4pm-5pm on Zoom
Come shape your library! Teens can now sign up to collaborate with library staff and peers on planning programming and making the library a fun, supportive, and engaging place for teens. Gain leadership skills while meeting others in your community.
Tuesday, February 8 at 7pm on Zoom
Revisiting Stratigraphy of the Eocene to Miocene Sedimentary Rocks on the Olympic Peninsula
This research aims to better understand sedimentary basin formation following accretion of a large oceanic plateau (Siletzia) to the Pacific Northwest approximately 50 million years ago. Register now to receive the link.
Friday, February 25 at 6:30pm on Zoom
Sweets & Baking Trivia
Whether you embraced 2020 quarantine baking, or stuck strictly to watching Bake-Off and Nailed It, show what you know about how to bind, fold, cream, and whisk in this trivia competition that’s sure to stimulate your sweet tooth. Registration required.
Tuesday, March 8 at 7pm on Zoom
Forest Restoration on Exposed Sediments Along the Elwha River
Riverbank lupine is a pioneering species that assimilates nitrogen through nitrogen-fixing bacteria in a form that is readily available to plants. The purpose of this study was to investigate lupine’s influence on conifer establishment in newly exposed soils resulted from the removal of the dams on the Elwha River. Register now to receive the link.