The Empress Of Information’s Library Update
Greetings Dear Readers from your certified Empress of InformationÂ®â„¢Â©!
Come celebrate the GRAND OPENING of the new Greenbridge Library on Wednesday Nov. 5th from 11am on, at 9720 Eighth Ave in White Center.
Greenbridge Library’s regular open hours will be:
- Mon-Tues-Wed 11am – 6pm
- Thursday 1pm -Â 8pm
- Saturday 12noon – 4pm
- CLOSED Fridays & Sundays
DID YOU KNOW?
Oct 19th-25th is â€˜National Friends of the Library Weekâ€™?!
This is a great time to publicly thank the many Friends groups in our community.
Guild members contribute time and expertise to bring programs and services to our libraries that we would not otherwise have.
So please stand up, clap your ink-stained hands and shout out with me: THANK YOU!!!
Do your part in supporting your local organization by becoming a member and/or by donating your used books and magazines â€“ contact your local library for more information:
- Burien Library 206-243-3490
- White Center Library 206-243-0233
YOUR MOBILE LIBRARY IS ON THE MOVE:
Visit the “ABC Express â€“ On the Road to Reading,” The Bookmobile for Kids! The Bookmobile will be in the Burien area the SECOND & FOURTH TUESDAYS OF THE MONTH:
- At The Heights (1101 SW 139th St. -formerly Vintage Park) 3:15-4:30pm
- At Arbor Heights (135 SW 116th St.) 5:45pm-6:30pm
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS:
Tuesday October 28th @ 7pm at the Highline Performing Arts Center (401 152nd St – in Burien):
- Author David Oliver RelinÂ discusses his book â€˜Three Cups of Tea: One Manâ€™s Mission to Promote Peaceâ€¦One School at a Timeâ€™ written in collaboration with Greg Mortensen.Â Click here for more details.
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN:
â€˜Itâ€™s Pumpkin Timeâ€™ A Nancy Stewart Concert @ the Burien Library. Wednesday Oct. 29th at 10:30am (ages 2-7) â€“ Sponsored by the Burien Library Guild.
BULLET POINT BOOK REVIEW:
â€˜People of the Bookâ€™ by Geraldine Brooks
- Rare book expert Hannah Heath discovers tell tale artifacts in the binding of a beautifully illuminated ancient Hebrew text she has been hired to restore.
- From wine stains to insect wings Hannah traces the history of the times and people who cared for and in some cases protected the book from destruction.
- The history of the book goes all the way back to 1480 where Hannah finally discovers the original reason that this particular text was so beautifully illustrated.
- Hannahâ€™s fascinating detective work ultimately plunges her into the dangerous world of art forgers and political fanatics.
- Highly Recommended!
ALL KING COUNTY LIBRARIES WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY NOVEMBER 11TH FOR VETERANS DAY.
AND DON’T FORGET TO VOTE TUESDAY NOV. 4TH!