PAC - Processing and Administrative Center
Summit 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Ages 13 - 18
Event audience: Teen/Young Adult
Meet other Teen Summer Challenge players at your local Pierce County Library. Work on challenges together, show off your creations, or just stop in to check it out! Are YOU up to the challenge?
DuPont 10:30 AM
Event audience: Family
Enjoy stories, art activities, rhymes, singing and fingerplays. Families with preschool age children.
Graham 10:30 AM
Ages 6 and up
Event audience: Children, Tween (ages 9-12), Family
Puppet Theatre Presents:
The Pierce County Library puppeteers present classic stories.#1 July 1 – 15: “Little Red Riding Hood” and “The Dog House.”#2 July 22 – 31: “When Turtle Grew Feathers” and “Henny Penny.”
Ages 6 and up
University Place 10:30 AM
Ages 0 – 3 with an adult
Event audience: Children, Family
Summer Stories: Help build your baby’s brain with books, action rhymes, knee bounces, songs and more.
Orting 1:00 PM
Ages 4 and up
Event audience: Children, Tween (ages 9-12)
Play and experiment with bubbles. Make your own bubble wands and blowers.
Lakewood 2:30 PM
Parkland Spanaway 10:00 AM
Ages 0 – 2 with an adult
Help build your baby’s brain with books, action rhymes, knee bounces, songs and more.
Summit 10:30 AM
Ages 6 – 16
Event audience: Children, Tween (ages 9-12), Teen/Young Adult
Find out where gold comes from and how to tell if it’s real.
Parkland Spanaway 11:00 AM
Lakewood 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Ages 12 - 18
July is International Zine Month!
Zines (pronounced “zeens”) are self-published alternative press counterculture magazines. During the month of July, come to the library to explore the art of zine-making and publish your own!
Zine Revolution Workshops: Design and print your own zine.Wednesday, July 2, 6 – 8 p.m.Thursday, July 31, 6 – 8 p.m.
Zine-Making: Find materials to work on your own publication in the Lakewood Library Teen Space throughout July.Monday – Friday, 2 – 5 p.m.
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