Everett Veterans Book Club — 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.
Waiting List: Make an Ocean Charm Necklace with Christina Bengtson (Main Library Balcony) Saturday, August 20, 10am-12pm.
Customize a one-of-a-kind ocean inspired necklace with charms, gemstones, pearls and metals in this 2 hr. in person workshop . Choose from a wide variety of simple to connect elements. Make it subtle and delicate or big and bold! This necklace is easy and fun to construct and to wear. No prior experience necessary. You’ll leave class with a necklace of your own design and instructions for creating more. This program is for adults and space is limited. Sign up here.
Mossyback Morris Men: British Folk Dance Performance (Main Library) Sunday, Sept 11, 2022. This colorful folk performance is a celebration and display of dance and music. Sign up here so we can notify you in case of any program changes. Program may be held outdoors or inside the library depending on community COVID levels and weather.
Seattle Singer-Songwriter Jean Mann in Concert (Main Library) Saturday Sept 17, 2022, 2-3pm.
Join multi-instrumentalist Jean for an hour long performance of original songs. Please sign up here so we can notify you in case of any program changes. Program may be held outdoors or inside the library depending on community COVID levels and weather.
Decoding the Mysteries of Cats, or Why Cats Do What They Do! (Virtual) Saturday, Sept. 24 at 10am. Stephen Quandt, Feline Behaviorist, FFCP, explains cat behavior from the perspective of the evolutionary and adaptive forces that help shape their lives. Sign up here. All participants will be emailed the Zoom link a few days before the event. The program will not be recorded.
The Dogs of Chernobyl, A Story of Hope and Resilience with Stephen Quandt (Virtual) Saturday, Oct, 22, at 10am. 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.