Gear Up for Salmon Days!

The weather has turned a bit chilly, and fall is in the air. This means the return of Washington salmon to local waters! To welcome our fishy friends home, we will be celebrating them and their spawn at the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival 2017. This wonderful festival runs October 7-8 and is free to all […]

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Building on Support from Voters: 2004 Capital Bond Progress

Thirteen years ago, the King County Library System embarked on an ambitious, long-term Capital Improvement Plan that has made KCLS one of the busiest and most beautiful library systems in the country. When King County voters approved a $172 million Capital Bond in 2004, it was a resounding endorsement of libraries and their importance to […]

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Savory Soup Books

The leaves are turning, the temperatures dropping and it's finally raining! Time to put away the grill and pull out the soup pot. Turn this year's harvest into a hearty delight! Join us for Soup's On! at the Woodinville Library this Saturday, September 23, and learn the basics of making great soups with Chef Laurie […]

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And the Winner Is…Women!

The 69th Annual "Prime-Time" Emmy Awards were presented this past weekend. The title of the show may have lost a bit of its relevance over the years, as more viewers continue to stream shows "on demand," but the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has definitely increased its efforts to recognize directors, writers, and performers […]

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Ready for Emergencies?

September is National Preparedness Month. It is a great time to reflect upon our emergency preparations. Water, shelter, and communication are the three basic necessities we can start with for numerous emergencies, such as natural disasters, a pandemic of diseases, and terrorism.  Library Events KCLS offers Emergency Preparedness classes and a workshop in which you […]

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