Found 91 blog entries tagged as Mid-Columbia Libraries.

Mid-Columbia Libraries and LitFest Present: Young Adult Author Panel - An Author Event for All Ages | Kennewick The Mid-Columbia Libraries, in partnership with LitFest will be presenting Young Adult Author Panel on April 19, 2016. Young Adult Author Panel will run from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and will be held at the Mid-Columbia Library, Kennewick Branch at 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick, WA. Kindly visit the website of the Mid-Columbia Libraries for more details.

Great Authors in the Flesh
Young Adult Author Panel is an author event for the whole family. The Young Adult Author Panel event will feature Jennifer Hotes, author of The Stone Witch Series, A.L. Sonnichsen, author of The Red Butterfly and Terry Trueman, author of Stuck in Neutral.

The Mid-Columbia Libraries are dedicated in making the quality of life of the community a lot better by means of forming…

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Mid-Columbia Libraries Presents American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in Kennewick BranchThe Mid-Columbia Libraries will feature American Sniper on the 7th of April, 2016. The American Sniper Movie Showing will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Kennewick Library which is located at 1620 S. Union St., Kennewick, WA. Kindly visit the website of the Mid-Columbia Libraries for more details.

About the American Sniper
The American Sniper is an American film about biographical war which was released in 2014. The American Sniper was directed by Clint Eastwood. Jason Hall wrote the American Sniper, which is based on  Chris Kyle's American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History.  Bradley Cooper, who played the role of Chris Kyle and Sienna Miller, who played Taya Renae Kyle, are the lead stars of the American Sniper…

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Mid-Columbia Libraries Presents Go WILD for Reading! with Regional Service Corps - AmeriCorps | Richland, WAThe Mid-Columbia Libraries will present Go WILD for Reading with Regional Service Corps-AmeriCorps from April 5 to April 7, 2016 and will be held at Mid-Columbia Libraries, West Richland Branch at 3803 W. Van Giesen, West Richland, WA. Go WILD for Reading will start at 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. and will also be held in Keewaydin Park, Kennewick, Pasco and West Pasco branches. Check the website of the Mid-Columbia Libraries for more details.

About Go WILD for Reading
Go WILD for Reading with Regional Service Corps - AmeriCorps is an event that is both fun and educational! The event promotes reading over spring break and spending time to have fun within the community. Among things that childrent will learn at Go WILD for Reading event are bicycle safety…

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 Home Computer Security: Protecting Yourself Online | Mid-Columbia Libraries in Kennewick, WAThe Mid-Columbia Libraries proudly presents Home Computer Security: Protecting Yourself Online on January 14, 2016. Home Computer Security: Protecting Yourself Online will be held at Mid-Columbia Library located at 1620 S Union St., Kennewick, WA. For more details, visit the Mid Columbia Libraries' website.

Understanding Internet Safety with Lori Ross O'Neil
Lori Ross O'Neil will at the Mid-Columbia Library to conduct an engaging and interactive presentation en route to better understanding of online internet safety and security. Lori Ross O'Neil has prepared tips and tricks on keeping personal information safe and secured. Home Computer Security: Protecting Yourself Online will run from 7:00 p.m. until 12:00 p.m. Everyone who uses the internet, both…

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Mid-Columbia Libraries' Craft Night with Pinterest Club | West Pasco, WAThe Mid-Columbia Libraries' Craft Night with Pinterest Club will be held on January 5, 2016, Tuesday from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Craft Night will be held at Mid -Columbia Libraries, West Pasco Branch located at 7525 Wrigley Drive, Pasco, WA. For more details, visit Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.

Learn About Crafts from the Experts
Mid-Columbia Libraries' Craft Night is designed for adults who wish to learn more about techniques in crafting. Through inspiration from the Pinterest community, participants get to enjoy an evening of practical crafting lessons that can be applied in everyday life. Participants do not have to worry about materials because these will be provided.

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Downton Abbey Premiere | Mid-Columbia Libraries, Kennewick BranchDownton Abbey Premiere at Mid-Columbia Libraries - Kennewick
Mid-Columbia Libraries invites everyone to join the special premiere of Downton Abbey on December 10, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The Downton Abbey premiere event will be held at Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick Branch located at 1620 S. Union Street, Kennewick, WA. The Northwest Public Television has prepared light refreshments for the viewers. Tickets can be availed of at 5:30 p.m. while refreshments will be given out at 6 in the evening. The photo booth will also open at 6 o'clock. Episode premiere starts at 7:00 p.m. More information on the Downton Abbey premiere available at the Mid-Columbia Libraries' website. 

About Downton Abbey
Julian Fellowes was the creator of Downton Abbey.…

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Mid-Columbia Libraries' Winter Reading ChallengeThe Winter Reading Challenge
The Mid-Columbia Libraries is inviting everyone to join the Winter Reading Challenge which will be held from December 14, 2015 until January 8, 2016. By simply reading for 20 minutes in one day, attending a library program, volunteering or doing an outdoor winter activity, one can win a $500 Visa gift card or a Kindle Fire!

May the Challenge be with You
Those who are interested to join the Winter Reading Challenge may proceed to their local Mid-Columbia Libraries branch to have their challenge log picked up. Participants must complete the activities in the form and put an X in every challenge accomplished! Once one row, column, or diagonal of five has been completed, the log must be returned to the library for a chance to…

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Transportation Open House At Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick, WAOn Tuesday, September 1st, everyone is invited to the Transportation Open House at the Mid-Columbia Libraries, 1620 S. Union St. in Kennewick, Washington from 5:00 to 6:30 in the evening.

Details of the Event
The Benton-Franklin Council of Governments & Ben Franklin Transit wants to hear the thoughts of the people of the Tri Cities. This will be in relation on future transportation plans and projects in the region.

Join the event and be involved in the discussion with local jurisdictions on regional transportation planning. Draft documents can be viewed online at www.BFCOG.us or www.BFT.org. Comments due by Tuesday, September 15.  For more information you may call 509-943-9185.

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Summer Reading Challenge 2015 All Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick, WashingtonStarting Monday, June 1 all Mid-Columbia Libraries branches in 405 S. Dayton St. Kennewick, Washington is hosting the Summer Reading 2015. Admission is free!

Summer Reading 2015 "Every Hero Has A Story"
Calling all book lovers and readers! Come join the event from June 1 to August 22. Participants of all ages who can read, explore, and create to win a prize and be eligible for one of six grand prize packages. Enjoy exciting events and performances all summer long.

Registration and details at midcolumbialibraries.org

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Ripe For The Telling: Surprising Stories Of WA’s Fruits Kennewick, WashingtonEveryone is invited to the Mid-Columbia Libraries – Kennewick for their Ripe for the Telling: Surprising Stories of WA’s Fruits with Julia Harrison happening on Thursday, February 19 at 7:00 in the evening. Admission is free.

Details of the Event
What is the messy and juicy history of Washington’s produce industry? Who was Cashmere’s Cider King? From apples to oranges, huckleberries to durian, anthropologist Julia Harrison will cover how these perishable products preserve historic events and reflect our changing relationship to the natural world. This discussion includes a large cast of characters: pioneers, entrepreneurs, orchardists, labor activists, a horticultural prodigy and Cashmere's own "Cider King."

Full of suspense, tragedy, triumph,…

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