More than 30 friends, family and library supporters gathered on March 28, 2015, at South Hill Pierce County Library for a brief ceremony to unveil the new Florence Davis Reading Lounge. The reading lounge features new and additional seating with built-in charging stations.
Pierce County Library Foundation Board recently elected new officers to direct the volunteer board’s support of library services for Pierce County Library System.
Children and their families will have fun learning as they explore diverse cultures and music, magic and creative crafts during free events at Steilacoom Pierce County Library.
Please help make summer reading even better by taking a short survey:
Children are natural scientists. Questions like “Where does the wind come from?” and “Why don’t pennies float?” are the beginnings of scientific investigation. Satisfy that curiosity with a Science to Go backpack from Pierce County Library.
Tacoma – Playing with blocks will help children, ages 3 – 8, develop learning skills during free events, sponsored by Pierce County Library Foundation, at five Pierce County Libraries.
TACOMA – Thanks to a generous Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation grant, seniors in care facilities will receive improved services from Pierce County Library System.
TACOMA – Pierce County Library Foundation Board recently elected eight new members to serve on the Foundation’s board of directors in support of library services for Pierce County Library System.
TACOMA – Children and their families will have fun learning as they explore diverse cultures and music during free events at Steilacoom Pierce County Library, 2950 Steilacoom Blvd. this fall.
TACOMA – Thanks to a generous Paul G. Allen Family Foundation/Faye G. Allen Library Program grant, children in kindergarten through third grade will build science and learning skills through a Science to Go program at Pierce County Library System.
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