Eatonville Branch

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In Person Tech Classes

Our wide variety of technology classes at the Eatonville Branch Library are designed to meet your needs and to help you achieve your goals through hands-on experience and expert instruction. Registration is strongly encouraged for in-person events, attendance may be limited.

Library of Things

Why buy when you can borrow? Check out the diverse collection of items through our initiative!

Upcoming Events

No Registration Required
Thursday April 18 10:15am

Eatonville Branch (Meeting Room)

Event Categories: Storytime

From the rhythm and repetition of nursery rhymes to the use of picture books, songs and flannel board stories, your child will be encouraged to develop early literacy skills.

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Registration Required
Thursday April 18 11:00am

Eatonville Branch (Eatonville – Ask at Desk)

Event Categories: Basic Tech Skills; Business & Careers

Get more precise control over your presentation. Learn how to insert slide transitions, add animations and hyperlinks. Create a customized photo album with simple to use tools.

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Kids’ Film Club

Dr. Suess’ The Lorax

Registration Required
Thursday April 18 3:30pm

Eatonville Branch (Meeting Room)

Event Categories: Education & Learning; Music, Movies, Live Performances

What’s a great way to celebrate Earth Day? With a fun movie and arts & crafts! Recommended for ages 6-12.

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Registration Required
Saturday April 20 11:00am

Eatonville Branch (Meeting Room)

Event Categories: Community & Citizenship; Education & Learning

High school students will earn two hours of community service by assembling craft kits for the library. Recommended for ages 13-18.

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Registration Required
Monday April 22 3:30pm

Eatonville Branch (Meeting Room)

Event Categories: Community & Citizenship; Games & Activities

Earth Day is April 22 and we are celebrating! Plant a seed and learn how you can get your feet dirty while showing your appreciation for our planet Earth. Recommended for lower and upper elementary.

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