Thursday, March 19
Rosalia (2 p.m.) & Tekoa (6 p.m.) – Use a Computer to Climb Your Family Tree – Explore on-line resources for family history research with experienced genealogy trainer Carolyn Arnett.
Albion, Colton, Colfax, Farmington & Palouse – After school programs – Fun, education and snacks for elementary students. Check the library calendar or call the branch for more information and times.
Friday, March 20
Endicott, LaCrosse, St. John & Uniontown – Early learning Storytime with books, singing and crafts for ages six and younger. Check the calendar for times.
Saturday, March 21
Oakesdale – 11a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Use a Computer to Climb Your Family Tree – Explore on-line resources for family history research with experienced genealogy trainer Carolyn Arnett.
Monday, March 23
Colfax – Three different fitness classes for different skill levels at The Center. Visit the online calendar for more information and costs.
Colton – 10:30 a.m. – Storytime – Ages 1-6 are invited to learn about numbers through stories and songs.
Tuesday, March 24
Farmington, Palouse, Rosalia & Uniontown – Pre-School programs – Social time for kids and parents with play, singing, crafts and storytelling for ages 6 and younger. Visit the online calendar for times.
Wednesday, March 25
Colfax – 6 to 7:30 p.m. – Teen Book Club – Teens are invited to discuss Markus Zusak’s, “The Book Thief.”
Thursday, March 26
St. John 10:30 a.m., Palouse 6:30 p.m. – Musician and Historian Hank Cramer presents The Seven Tongues of Flame: Ireland’s Easter Rebellion of 1916 – Learn the power of music and poetry to change governments when violence fails. Program supported by Humanities Washington.
Farmington (2 to 3:30 p.m.) & Tekoa (4 - 6 p.m.) – Computer Basics – Help with basic computer skills including: Resume help, on-line searching and using digital library services. Preregistration encouraged.
Lacrosse – 7 to 9 p.m. – Dryland, Documentary Film Screening and Discussion – an intimate portrait of rural America in transition, through the eyes of a young man pursuing his dream and a town fighting to survive. Free program made possible with funding from Humanities Washington.
Many of this week’s programs are made possible by Technology Made Easy from the Washington State Library through funding provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
This is only a sampling of the dozens of programs held each week in branches of the Whitman County Library. Check our events calendar www.whitco.lib.wa.us to see what else is happening.