Be Active. Live Wisely. End Well.

Enthusiastic storytellers mix the latest science on aging, striking anecdotes and mature reflections in these non-fiction titles from Tacoma Library.  Coasting through your aging process?  Look here for varied, engaging arguments on why getting active will help you embrace your certain end with wisdom, acceptance and peace. What Makes Olga Run? An  exhilarating book on…
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Birds, Birds, Birds

Each spring, Tahoma Audubon sponsors a bird drawing contest for Pierce County youth in grades 1-8. Their 18th annual contest is now open for 2017!  The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2017.  This year's contest features three backyard birds common in the Pierce County region: American Robin Red-breasted Nuthatch Spotted Towhee Check out their…
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Diores Moore

On March 1, 1939 Diores Moore rose early, donned his Sunday clothes, started a fire in the wood-burning range, put on his wife's apron, and started cooking. He wanted to surprise his wife by making a special dinner for his 94th birthday. He did not want his wife to go to any extra effort. Eleven…
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