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Programs for Youth

Storyteller: Johnny Moses (Virtual Program).  October 20 @ 1:15 p.m and October 21 @ 9:15 a.m. Join us for an hour of story and song with Johnny Moses, a Tulalip Native American raised in the remote Nuu-chah-nulth village of Ohiat on the west coast of Vancouver Island, B.C.  He shares the knowledge and richness of his spiritual and cultural traditions of Native Northwest Coastal peoples. Register here to receive the program link.

Escape the Haunted Library! (Evergreen Branch on Oct. 26/Main Library on Oct. 31) - a Hallowe'en-themed puzzle room for ages 6-18. Costumes strongly encouraged. Candy and snack prizes. Sessions run every 30 minutes from 2:00-5:00pm. Register for a preferred time slot here. Walk-in timeslots available first come/first served. 

Programs for Adults

Lawyers in the Library Legal Clinic with Snohomish County Legal Services (Evergreen Branch) — Second Thursdays from 4-6 PM. Sign up for one half-hour slot to get legal assistance and advice on civil legal issues, including family law (for example: divorce, custody, guardianship, protective orders) and housing issues. Appointment sign-ups for the October 13 clinic are now open. Sign up here. Appointments are recommended; limited walk-in slots will be available the day of the clinic. 

Everett Veterans Book Club (Evergreen Branch) — Everett Veterans Book Club will meet once a month with a skilled facilitator to discuss and reflect on literature and poetry in a supportive group of veterans. Veterans of all ages and from all military branches are welcome to participate. To participate, please complete this form.

Lawyers in the Library: Divorce Workshop (Evergreen Branch) — October 20 from 5-7 PM.  Learn how to start your divorce in Snohomish County and get familiar with the necessary forms and procedures for completing a legal dissolution. Registration is recommended; walk-ins will be accommodated if space is available. Register here. 

The Dogs of Chernobyl, A Story of Hope and Resilience with Stephen Quandt (Virtual) Saturday, Oct, 22, at 10 AM. 35 years after the nuclear accident Stephen Quandt went to Chernobyl to participate in a spay/neuter and research campaign. Quandt will discuss the impact of the environment on dogs’ (and human) lives. It is a story of resilience, hope, life and even heroism. Q&A to follow. Sign up here. All participants will be emailed the Zoom link a few days before the event.  The program will not be recorded.