Art in the Library

Books, rhymes, interactive stories, songs and fun.

Art in the Library

Photography by Niko Laranang, “Nature Overlooked.”

Story Time

Saturdays Aug. 13, 20, 27, 10-10:40 a.m. Books, rhymes, interactive stories, songs and fun. Ages 5 and under. Presented by Katie.

Library Book Sale

Saturday Aug. 13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Books Galore. Most 2/1$. Proceeds support library programs for all ages. There is an ongoing honor system book sale during all library open hours in the library meeting room.

Video Game Club

Tuesday Aug. 16 2:45-4:45 p.m. Come hang out and play video games. Ages 13 and up welcome.

Reverse mortgages

Tuesday Aug. 16 1-2:30 p.m. Barb McDowell from Bank of the Pacific will be covering, “The 5 Must Knows of Reverse Mortgages: Uncovering the Hidden Truths about Reverse Mortgages.” Reservations are required; please call (360) 441-5794 or (360) 289-3919.

Geek Club

Wednesday Aug. 17, 2:45-4:45 p.m. If you love to watch Marvel movies, play classic board games, or try your hand at the old school Pac-man and Dig Dug, come and enjoy the games and movies we have to offer movies.

Children’s 2016 Summer Reading Program

Ongoing through Aug. 20. “On Your Mark, Get Set…..Read!” Sign up and receive your bag of surprises. For every 10 books read up to 200, you can choose a prize. Aug. 18 Triathlon, 2-3 p.m. The final program for summer. Can you crawl, hop and run? Are you the finest athlete in your neighborhood? Show off your skills at the Library Triathlon, with games and prizes galore!

Teen Summer Reading

Friday Aug. 19, 3 p.m. Fiesta Finale: Teens 7-12 grade who have read at least 500 pages as part of the program are eligible to attend a fun party with a fiesta theme. There will be a build-your-own-taco bar and games. There will also be grand prize drawings for prizes from local businesses.

Book Group

Saturday Aug. 20 3-4 p.m. The library book group will be discussing The Highest Tide by Jim Lynch. The Friends of the Library purchase five copies of each book for members to check out for three weeks.

Alan Rammer

Saturday Aug. 27, noon. The Ocean Shores Library Book Group would like to invite you to a special event. Guest Speaker Alan Rammer was the inspiration for the marine biologist mentor in the novel The Highest Tide by Jim Lynch. Alan was the marine community outreach and environmental specialist for the state Department of Fish and Wildlife from 1988 until his retirement in 2009, and in 2012, he was named the National Marine Educator of the Year.

Library Online

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