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Friendly. Busy. Cozy. Crowded. These are a few of the words that have been used to describe the current Sequim Library facility. The branch was… Continue reading
The popularity of adult coloring books has led this librarian to believe that adults are craving … something. Is it a connection to their childhood?… Continue reading
If you read, then graphic novels are for you. They are the illuminated manuscripts of the present era, artistic works in every detail from the… Continue reading
September is Library Card Sign-up Month — a time when libraries across the country, together with the American Library Association, remind parents that a library… Continue reading
National Book Lovers Day is Aug. 9 and there’s no better place to spend the day than your local library! The North Olympic Library System… Continue reading
Summer always meant two things for me as a child: coming to visit my mom here on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula and participating in the… Continue reading
Spring has been slow to arrive this year, but the North Olympic Library System got the growing season going early, with the rollout of a… Continue reading
Have you wondered when your ancestors arrived in the U.S. and how they got here? Need a non-biased review for that new TV you’re considering… Continue reading
Expressions such as “fake news” “alternative facts” and “post-truth” have become common phrases during the past few months. While most people realize that not everything… Continue reading
“Things. Can. Happen.” So spoke Rep. John Lewis to a Tallahassee audience on the 50th anniversary of that city’s bus segregation boycotts. Referencing President Johnson’s… Continue reading
Planning some resolutions for the new year? While it’s always beneficial to evaluate where you are in life and make healthy adjustments, statistically, only about… Continue reading
In the wake of the 2016 General Election, following a campaign that has been termed one of the most divisive in American history, many families,… Continue reading
May is the month of flowers, parades, sunshine and, of course, mothers.
Here is what’s in store at your library during February. For a calendar of all the free, fun and educational events taking place at the North Olympic Library System this winter, visit www.nols.org/events.
This spring, the North Olympic Library System joined forces with the North Olympic Discovery Marathon to form a unique community partnership to encourage youths in Clallam County to read.
Grab your picnic basket, a lawn chair and some friends and head over to the Sequim Library for the 2016 “Summertime Music! Outdoor Concert Series.”
How do you find your next great read? Word of mouth, blurbs, reviews? Do you judge books by their covers? Perhaps you seek out stories of immigrants, coming-of-age tales or Pulitzer Prize winners. You just might discuss the question with your local library staff!
Promoting literacy is a primary value of libraries everywhere. The North Olympic Library System maintains a strong commitment to providing early literacy services and programming for children, as well as literacy education and enrichment opportunities for all ages.
The North Olympic Library System has three geocaching kits that are now available for checkout.
Librarians discuss the latest happenings in the Sequim Library in their monthly column.