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Rock Out at Your Library

Libraries ROCK! So come to your library and paint a rock. Your session will be a half hour and have lots of paint to design a perfectly artistic rock. Or maybe your rock will scare the neighbor's cat! LOL! Come one; come all to ROCK OUT AT YOUR LIBRARY. All supplies are provided by the library, but not…
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T(w)eens Write at the Saturday Writers Studio

Tacoma Public Library, in partnership with Write253, Ocean Fest, and the City of Tacoma’s Historic Preservation Office are thrilled to host FREE writing workshops for tweens and teens this February and March (2018). Historical Fiction Drop in Workshops Explore Tacoma history through fiction writing. Work with professional writers to prepare and submit a story to…
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Roominate

Open ended, snap together building system makes many things, from houses to helicopters! Uses electricity and motors to teach use of circuits that create moving parts and lights. Expand, accessorize, and populate a world of your own! Encourages problem solving, confidence and creativity. Ages 4 – 18 (manufacturer recommended age 6  - 12)Required: Registration and…
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Printable Event Calendars and Flyers for Adults, Teens, Kids and Families

Looking for something to do?  Did you know that Tacoma Public Library provides a dazzling array of free events for you to attend?  Choose from live music, storytimes, poetry workshops, art gallery openings, anime club, crafts, book clubs, coding, robotics, and much more! Wow!  There are so many events that viewing them through our online…
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