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Port Angeles Main Library Events

Teen Lounge

Tuesday, November 19, 3:30pm - 5pm
Port Angeles Main Library

Want a place to hang out and have some fun? Come to the Teen Lounge on Tuesdays! Drop by, have a snack, play games, do some art projects, learn some tech skills, and talk with friends. For teens and tweens ages 11-19.

Categories: Teens|

Storm Warning: Historic Weather in the Evergreen State

Tuesday, November 19 at 6pm
Port Angeles Main Library

Humanities Washington Speaker, local broadcaster, and historian, Feliks Banel, will discuss our region’s darkest weather days and most infamous storms. With archival photos, radio, and TV clips, Banel will take audiences back in time to hear stories of those who survived some of the worst Pacific Northwest weather in recorded history.

Categories: Adults|

Black Friday Game Day

Friday, November 29 at 10:00am
Port Angeles Main Library

Avoid the shopping madness and spend Black Friday playing games at the library! Games for all ages will be set up throughout the library. Fun for the whole family, teens, and adults!

Categories: Kids, Teens, All Ages|

Bricks & Brews

Tuesday, December 3 at 6pm
Midtown Public House
633 E First St., Port Angeles

LEGO® bricks are not just for the kids in your life! Enjoy an hour of building with LEGO® bricks in a setting that is as relaxed as it is playful. Adults ages 21 and older can unwind with a cold beverage as you play, create, and connect.

Categories: Adults|

Wednesday Evening Book Discussion Group

Wednesday, December 4 at 6:30pm
Port Angeles Main Library

The Wednesday Evening Book Group reads both fiction and nonfiction titles. The group meets at 6:30pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month in the Coffey Room at the Port Angeles Main Library. Attend as often as you wish. Drop-ins are always welcome.

Categories: All Ages, Book Groups|

PAWS to Read

Thursday, December 5 at 3:30pm
Port Angeles Main Library

Dogs make great listeners for readers of all ages! Share a story with a furry, four-legged friend from Therapy Dogs International.

Categories: Kids, All Ages|

Olympic National Park Perspectives Speaker Series

Tuesday, December 10 at 7pm
Port Angeles Main Library

Eighty percent of the world’s population lives under light polluted skies. What do we lose when we lose sight of the stars? Excessive and improper lighting robs us of our night skies, disrupts our sleep patterns and endangers nocturnal habitats. Saving the Dark explores the need to preserve night skies and ways to combat light pollution.

Categories: Teens, Adults|

EggBots

Saturday, December 14, 10:30am
Port Angeles Main Library

Learn how to use an EggBot to print designs from a laptop onto spherical or circular objects. For ages 10-14. Registration is required.

Categories: Kids|

Build It!

Saturday, December 21, 10am - 12pm
Port Angeles Main Library

Stop by to create and play! Kids will be encouraged to let their imaginations run free while they construct their own creations using LEGO® bricks.

Categories: Kids|

Olympic National Park Perspectives Speaker Series

Tuesday, January 14 at 7pm
Port Angeles Main Library

A park guide for over 20 years in Gunung Mulu National Park, Borneo, Syria recently volunteered at the Hoh Rain Forest. Join her for enticing stories and visuals about the contrasts between these tropical and temperate environments.

Categories: Teens, Adults|

Olympic National Park Perspectives Speaker Series

Tuesday, February 11 at 7pm
Port Angeles Main Library

In this presentation, WDFW Wolf Coordinator Julia Smith will provide the history and background about wolves in Washington, discuss wolf biology and natural history, give information about WDFW’s conservation and management of wolves, delve into resources for coexisting with wolves, and hold a Q&A session.

Categories: Teens, Adults|

Olympic National Park Perspectives Speaker Series

Tuesday, April 14 at 7pm
Port Angeles Main Library

Patrick Loafman will share some adventures of his 3-year quest to photograph every plant found in Washington’s Coast Range. Learn about the challenges of creating a simple key to allow plant enthusiasts to more easily identify plants.

Categories: Teens, Adults|

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books is a year-long collaborative project between NOLS and schools from around Clallam County, including homeschooled students. From October through February, Library staff will hold book discussions at fourth-grade classrooms, as well as facilitate a homeschooled group.

Categories: Kids|

Storytimes

NOLS offers weekly storytimes September through May. Other special storytimes are offered throughout the year at each branch. Library storytimes create critically important early literacy opportunities for young children and their parents or caregivers.

Categories: Kids|
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