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After a wonderful season of indulgence, the new year inspires many to eat healthier and to be more active.
With a little help from December’s winter frosts, many of us are in the mood for bundling up, hunkering down and enjoying some scrumptious meals with the ones we love.
Whether you are researching your family’s roots, interested in the past lives of the house you live in or are simply curious about the history of life on the Olympic Peninsula, the Bert Kellogg Collection — a trove of historical photographs curated by the North Olympic Library System — is a splendid place to start.
Here is the latest Off the Shelf from the North Olympic Library System.
With the thrill of summer a glimmer in the past and the anticipation of beginning a new school year slightly dimmed, the Sequim Library stands ready to provide a series of fall programs to stoke the exuberance of youth in our community.
At the North Olympic Library System, a collection of convenient and free online resources, also called databases, can help you tackle some of life’s most pressing questions — from groundbreaking medical treatments to home repair tips to the perfect book for a summer’s day.
The North Olympic Library System offers seven evenings of live music at the Sequim Library and the Port Angeles Library this summer.
Talk to any staff member at the Sequim Library and it’s likely you’re talking to a fan of audiobooks. Many of us listen to the next installment of a great read while we’re in our vehicles, but there are lots of other ways to enjoy audiobooks.
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.
April is National Poetry Month and whether you are a lifelong poetry lover or a new to the genre, this is a great time to read poetry aloud with a friend, write a poem or remember a favorite one from childhood.
On Saturday, April 12, set aside your chore list, close the laptop, turn off the TV, settle in with a good book and join readers around the country as they celebrate National D.E.A.R. Day by getting ready to “Drop Everything and Read.”