Buildings, Bikes, Summer Learning + Meals, & Social Security TeleTown Hall

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank announces summer programming plans Snoqualmie Valley Record, May 11, 2016 Bikes, Libraries, and Outreach Blog: Joshua M. Avery, Librarian, May 12, 2016 New White Center Library’s Grand Opening will be Saturday, May 21 White Center Blog, May 2016 Telephone town hall with specialists from Social Security and Health Insurance Benefits Advisors…
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Renton Public Library in Washington by the Miller Hull Partnership

  Renton Public Library in Washington by The Miller Hull Partnership by Sanjay Gangal When it opened in 1966, the Renton Public Library was an engineering feat. With pre-cast concrete and wood truss joists creating a stunning 80-foot central span across Washington State’s Cedar River and active salmon habitat, the library is beloved by generations…
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Guest Post: Bookmarks and Landmarks in South King County

SoCoCulture is a coalition of arts, heritage and botanical organizations throughout South King County, all working together to connect King County residents to the cultural vitality of the area. In this guest post, Barbara McMichael shares details on a brand new program created by a group of South King County historical organizations: Ask the executive director of any…
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Rooted in Research

 Library Journal, May 3, 2016 Rooted in Research | Genealogy Popular culture, advances in DNA testing, and digital resources enhance the family search, but help from human experts is still crucial By Henrietta Verma On Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr., a PBS program that’s a must for those interested in family history…
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