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No current youth programs require registration!
Programs for Adults
Lawyers in the Library Legal Clinic with Snohomish County Legal Services (Evergreen Branch) — Second Thursdays from 4-6 p.m. 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), debt collection, bankruptcy, and housing issues. Appointments are recommended; limited walk-in slots will be available the day of the clinic. Appointments are open for the April 13 clinic. Register here Programs for Adults Programs for Adults Programs for Adults.
Narcan Training (Main Library) — Tuesday, April 4, at 6 p.m. in person. Join Snohomish County Opioid Outreach Specialist Amy Wheat for a free community training on how to use Narcan (naloxone) to stop an opioid overdose. Registration is optional. https://epls.org/FormCenter/Event-SignUp-8/Event-registration-Narcan-training-Everg-184 Register here to receive event updates and reminders.
Look, Learn, & Create: Repair What You Wear with Paige St-Pierre (Main Library) April 22 (two sessions) On Earth Day, learn to repair what you have, rather than buying new. Redesign an existing item of clothing or household textile to save money and the planet. Materials needed: Bring a used cotton T shirt or pair of jeans or a household textile with a small hole or rip in need of a simple repair.
Sign up for 12-1:15 session
Sign up for 1:30-2:45 session
See full program description including Schack Art Center tour information here Program Sign-upHeadline.
Planning for the Future Workshop with Snohomish County Legal Services (Evergreen Branch) — April 25, 2-3:30 p.m. Join Jane Pak, executive director of Snohomish County Legal Services, for a workshop on essential legal documents you need when planning for the future. Registration is required. https://www.epls.org/FormCenter/Event-SignUp-8/Event-registration-Planning-for-the-Futu-208 Register here Look, Learn, & Create: Repair What You Wear with Paige St-Pierre (Main Library).