PAC - Processing and Administrative Center
South Hill 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Event audience: Children
Play to Learn is for those who nurture children 6 years old and under. Each week's new theme offers individual play, fun group activities, songs and story times for children and adults to enjoy together!
The themes for our fall Play to Learn classes are as follows:
Gig Harbor 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Event audience: Children, Tween (ages 9-12), Teen/Young Adult
Youth and volunteers read and play literacy games with young readers. Reading buddy volunteers are mentors who give children extra reading practice in a fun environment. They are not tutors. Apply by Friday, Sept. 26.Ages 5 – 8: Partner with a reading buddy• Ask at the Help Desk for an application.Ages 11 – 18: Volunteer to be a reading buddy• Ask at the Help Desk for reading buddy application and criminal background check form.• Visit piercecountylibrary.org, search site: volunteer. Fill out library volunteer application.• Participate in volunteer training, Monday, June 30 @ 4 p.m.Mondays, Oct. 6 – Nov. 10, 4 – 5 p.m.
Steilacoom 10:30 AM
0 - 24 months accompanied by an adult 20 - 60 minutes.
For ages 0-24 months, accompanied by an adult. Join in with your child and enjoy books, action rhymes, knee bounces, songs and more. 20-60 minutes.
Lakewood 10:30 AM
Ages: 2 – 3 years, accompanied by an adult 20 - 30 minutes
For ages 2-3, accompanied by an adult. Enjoy simple picture books, songs, fingerplays and movement games. 20-30 minutes.
South Hill 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Event audience: Teen/Young Adult
Teen Programs Fall 2014Mondays 3:30 - 5:30 pm
September 8 Open GamingSeptember 15 Pokémon DS TournamentSeptember 22 MinecraftSeptember 29 Buttons and Shrinky DinksOctober 6 Sealed Deck Magic the Gathering TournamentOctober 13 Edge of TomorrowOctober 20 Open GamingOctober 27 Cupcakes
Parkland Spanaway 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Event audience: Family
Parkland Spanaway Pierce County Library Closed
Monday, Oct. 13 – Sunday, Oct. 26
The library will be closed for improvements, and will reopen Monday, Oct. 27.
Until then, if you have books or other items on hold, you may get them in the library’s meeting room at the following times:
Parkland Spanaway 6:00 PM
Event audience: Adult
All are welcome to join this book discussion group. We meet on the second Monday of the month at 6 p.m.
This month we will read and discuss “Flight Behavior” by Barbara Kingsolver.
Location for this meeting: Starbucks, 12821 Pacific Ave. S.
University Place 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Event audience: Tween (ages 9-12), Teen/Young Adult
Meet the teen team launching Generation Code. Teens Fiona and Semira share their experience winning Startup Weekend at University of Washington and working with a team of professionals to launch theirbusiness, Generation Code.
University Place 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Need help finding affordable health insurance? Washington State certified in-person assisters provide information and enrollment help with Washington Apple Health (Medicaid) and qualified health plans under the Affordable Care Act.Drop-In or call 253-722-2154 for an appointment.
Summit 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Take steps to reduce the earthquake hazard to your home with Rick Hopkins, Pierce County building official and Tom Shimko, professional retrofit specialist.Learn about:• Home evaluation• Permit process• Bolt and plate installation• Safety and engineering solutionsMore information at piercecountywa.org/PREPARE
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