Enumclaw Library September activiteis

Enumclaw Library
1700 1st Street, Enumclaw 98022




September 2013 Events
Please click on the links below to view the programs for each age group.
Children & Families
Infant and Young Toddler Story Times
Wednesday, September 11, 18 and 25, 10:30am
Newborn to 24 months with adult.
Family Story Times
Thursday, September 12, 19 and 26, 10:30am
Ages 2 to 6 with adult.
Spanish Story Times
Saturday, September 14, 21 and 28, 1pm

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.


Teen Advisory Board

Monday, September 9, 4:30pm
Volunteer and give input on the library can best serve teens.
Study Zone
Thursdays starting September 12, 4-6pm

Grades K-12.

Drop-in during scheduled Study Zone hours for free homework help from volunteer tutors.
Computer Class: One-On-One Assistance
Wednesday, September 4, 11, 18 and 25, 1pm
Do you need extra help on the computer?

A KCLS volunteer instructor can give you one-on-one assistance.

Appointments can be made the day of by calling the library, 360.825.2045.

Enumclaw Library Book Group

Major Pettigrew's Last Stand by Helen Simonson

Wednesday, September 11, 2pm

Friends of the Enumclaw Library Meeting

Wednesday, September 11, 7pm

Meet the Author: Shawn Inmon

Saturday, September 21, 2:30pm
Meet local author Shawn Inmon and listen to him discuss his latest books, Both Sides Now and Rock'n'Roll Heaven. Shawn Inmon is originally from Mossyrock Washington, the setting for his first book, Feels Like the First Time.
A Place at the Table

Canning 201 with Amy Pennington

Tuesday, September 24, 7pm
Enjoy canning? Want to keep the fall harvest through the winter? Author and blogger Amy Pennington returns to Enumclaw for another round of home canning discussion. This class is meant for those who have a little experience canning at home, but of course beginners and the curious are welcome. Amy Pennington is a cook, author and urban farmer who currently lives in Seattle.
KCLS invites everyone to find A Place at the Table! We’ll toss around fresh ideas about food, cooking, nutrition and growing and using locally produced food. In addition to offering new food ideas, preparation and planning skills, and handy online classes, videos and resources, the series will help everyone create a nourishing table by accepting non-perishable food donations, to be distributed to local King County food banks.

Drop-In to Learn About eBooks

Thursday, September 26, 2pm

Get started with KCLS eBooks! Bring your eReader, tablet, phone or just your questions.


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