Administrative Center (PAC)
Graham 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Event audience: Family
Round up your family and come in for a variety of fun board games, building games, card games and crafts!
1st Saturday of the month. Year-round.
Parkland Spanaway 3:00 PM
Ages 6 - 14
Event audience: Children, Tween (ages 9-12), Teen/Young Adult
How does kryptonite affect superpowers? See the amazing fluorescent mineral cabinet. Bring up to 2 rocks/minerals to be identified.
Gig Harbor 10:30 AM
Grades K - 3
Event audience: Children
Explore career options in fun, hands-on activities. Earn your “degree” as an environmental scientist, a health care professional and a computer engineer.
Registration Required. Online registration begins Friday, May 15.
Current Availability: Wait List Only
Summit 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Event audience: Adult
Your classes on your schedule. Find out how to access online learning available with your library card to learn just about anything–from tech skills and language learning, to basic cooking and web development, it’s learning on demand.
Current Availability: 15
Administrative Center (PAC) 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Event audience: Tween (ages 9-12), Teen/Young Adult, Family
It's time for the main event!
Are you Otaku? A die-hard Potterhead or a member of Loki's Army? A Superwholockian, a Swifty or a 12th Man?
Jennifer K. Stuller, feminist pop culture historian and co-founder of GeekGirlCon
Chelsea M. Campbell, author of the Renegade X series
Destiny City Comics
Star Wars characters
My Little Pony party
Fan art exhibit
DuPont 11:00 AM
Mark Ryan, sketch artist and caricaturist, will display and sign the historical drawings he created for theHow the West Was Fun Heritage Bus Tour. Prints and posters will be available for signing and purchase.
All proceeds will benefit the museums participating in the Heritage Bus Tour.
Sketch where you live! After the 11 a.m. signing, venture outside at 12 p.m. to learn how to sketch with Mark andother guest artists. Art supplies will be provided. With your permission, your completed sketches will be displayed at the libary. Sponsored by City of DuPont Tourism
Steilacoom 2:00 PM
Ages 6 and up
Event audience: Children, Tween (ages 9-12), Family
Pierce County Library puppeteers present classic stories.#1 - July 7 - 21 “The Mouse Bride” and “The Elves and the Shoemaker”#2 - July 28 - Aug. 6 “Go to Sleep, Gecko” and “Raven”
Fife 6:00 PM
Families with preschool age children
Event audience: Children, Family
Enjoy stories, art activities, rhymes, singing and fingerplays.
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