PAC - Processing and Administrative Center
Parkland Spanaway 6:30 PM
Event audience: Adult
Meet inspirational author Karen Barnett as she discusses “Mistaken,” a suspenseful, historical romance set in Washington state during Prohibition
Books will be available for checkout, purchase and signing.
Lakewood 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Event audience: Family
Lakewood Pierce County Library Closed
Tuesday, Sept. 2 – Sunday, Sept. 21
The library will be closed for improvements, and will reopen Monday, Sept. 22.
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:
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
Graham 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Cover basic computer skills and concepts, including identifying the parts of a computer, understanding basic computer terminology and navigating a window using a mouse and keyboard.
Current Availability: 5
Parkland Spanaway 7:00 PM
Bring your genealogy questions and your laptops to our monthly Genealogy Discussion Group led by Teresa Davis. Learn about software, databases and other research topics and work together on your "brick wall" barriers.
DuPont 6:30 PM
All are welcome to join this free book discussion group. We meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
Gig Harbor 6:30 PM
Are you prepared? Learn about estate planning from a team of local experts, including a financial advisor, an attorney, a CPA and a funeral director.
Event presented by Erin Abrigo, Financial Advisor with Edward Jones. Light refreshments will be served.
Current Availability: 43
Gig Harbor 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Learn about 3D Printing and see a demonstration of the library’s new Afinia 3D Printers.
South Hill 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Ages 8 – 18 Parents and families welcome
Event audience: Teen/Young Adult, Family
CoderDojo is a global movement to provide free coding education to young people!
Tinker, play and work with mentors to learn how to code, show off your programming skills, and develop your own websites, apps and games.
Bring a laptop if you have access to one. The library will provide a limited number of laptops for program use.
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