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A Sampling of What's Happening at the Whitman County Library

 

Thursday, Oct. 10

Colfax, LaCrosse, Tekoa - Storytime - Songs, games, stories, and crafts are all part of the fun at storytime! 

Tekoa - 1 to 5:30 p.m. - Computer Help - Stop by with your basic computer, social media, or other questions.

Colton - 3:30 p.m. - Roominates - Kids ages 8+ can build their dream home with Roominates Kits! 

St. John Rialto - 6:30 p.m. - Trivia Night - Bring your team, test your knowledge, and WIN *free* stuff!

Colfax - 6 to 7:30 p.m. - Prime Time Family Reading - Families with children ages 6 - 10 will engage in the joy of reading and learning together. Six weekly sessions including a meal. Call 397-4366 to register.

Colfax - 7 p.m. - Richard Scheuerman Talk - Enjoy the illustrated presentation "In the Wake of Lewis & Clark: John Mullan and the Northern Overland Road."

Rosalia - 7 p.m. - Book Club - Join us for a great discussion of our latest book club selection.

Friday, Oct. 11

Endicott, Malden, Palouse, St. John, Uniontown - Storytime - Bring the kiddos for stories and playtime.

Rosalia Brass Rail - 7 p.m. - Trivia Night - Are you smart? Win a prize!

Saturday, Oct. 12

Rosalia Community Center - 1 p.m. - Railroad History Walk & Talk - The presentation by Thomas Hillebrant, author of "Palouse Rails" is followed by a two mile guided History Hike on the iconic Concrete Arch Bridges.

Colfax - 3 p.m. - Essential Oils: Cold & Flu - Learn how oils may improve your health during flu season. 

Sunday, Oct. 13

Colfax - 2 p.m. - World War Militaria - Whitman Historical Society hosts its annual meeting featuring special guest Eric Patton and his presentation World War Militaria. RSVP online@whitmancountyhistoricalsociety.org.

Monday, Oct. 14

Garfield - 5:30 p.m. - Fall Craft Night - Come make a Pinterest project and give your front door a makeover!

Colfax - 6 p.m. - Ecosystem Health in the Age of Antibiotics - Join University of Idaho's Dr. Jane Lucas for an interesting talk about the effects of our growing use of antibiotics on the environment.

Tuesday, Oct. 15

Rosalia & Tekoa - Medicare Help - Join SHIBA volunteers for free and impartial information.

Farmington & Rosalia - Storytime - Help your child develop early literacy skills and a love of books.

Rosalia - 3:30 p.m. - Newbery Award Book Club - Students grade 4 & up can read different award-winning or nominated books and share a short summary with the group.

Colfax - 4 p.m. - WCL Board Meeting - Community members are encouraged to attend.

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Albion, Endicott, Garfield, Malden, Palouse, Rosalia, St. John, Tekoa, Uniontown - Afterschool FUN - Call (509) 397-4366 for details.

Colfax - 4 p.m. - Mindful Eating for Diabetes - Whitman Hospital shares a practical mind-body approach that shifts the focus from rigid nutrition rules to awareness of your habits, thoughts, feelings. RSVP (509) 397-5743.

Colfax - 7 p.m. - Voter Forum - Candidates for Colfax City Council are speaking and answering your questions.

Tekoa - 7 to 8:30 p.m. - Bunco Night - Bunco is easy to learn and a great way to meet new people.

Thursday, Oct. 17

Colfax & Colton - Afterschool FUN - Call us at (509) 397-4366 or visit whitco.lib.wa.us for details.

Colfax - 6 to 7:30 p.m. - Prime Time Family Reading - Families with children ages 6 to 10 will engage in the joy of reading and learning together. Six weekly sessions including a meal. Call 397-4366 to register.

For more information or to learn about future events, stop by your local library, visit us online at www.whitco.lib.wa.us, call (509) 397-4366, or follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. September is Library Card Sign Up Month! Register for a new WCL card and a chance to WIN $25 from the Friends of WCL.

 

For a complete list of events and programs happening in all fourteen Whitman County Library branches- visit the Whitman County Library website or our Blog at http://whitmancountylibrary.blogspot.com- the library's events calendar- Facebook- Twitter-  or call the library at 397-4366 or 877-733-3375 toll-free.