Libraries in Clallam and Jefferson counties this summer are teaming up to offer programs to communities on the Olympic Peninsula as part of the Summer Reading Program.
Through July 27, patrons of North Olympic Library System branches, Port Townsend Public Library and Jefferson County Library can log in weekly at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays for fun, interactive programs geared toward children and families, but open to all ages.
Visit nols.org/kids-events to find out more and get Zoom links.
• June 29 — “Amazing Mammals” with Northwest Trek
Learn about a variety of mammals that make their homes in the Pacific Northwest.
• July 6 — “Science Magic” with Jeff Evans
Follow along with fun STEM (science, technology, Engineering, Mathematics) projects that look like magic.
• July 13 — “Glass Blowing” with Bao Thao
Tour the Morean Glass Studio and watch a live glass blowing demonstration.
• July 20 — “Doodle with Dana”
Learn cartooning in a workshop with Dana Sullivan.
• July 27 — “Draw and Chat” with Kazu Kibuishi
Draw and chat with a New York Times bestselling author and artist. Watch a live drawing demo and join the virtual studio tour.