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Current Affairs @ the Library

Spokane Public Library is committed to offering programming that will enrich the community’s understanding of and engagement with current affairs. When I was hired to

Scary Chapter Books for Kids

Scary season is right around the corner, and what better way to experience a fright than through using your imagination and reading. Staff recommend parents learn more about the book prior to reading to ensure it is not too scary for your child. Scary Stories for Young Foxes by Christian McKay

Looking for Spanish Language Books?

Latinx Heritage Month is nearly over, but you can continue the celebration all year long with Spanish language books for kids. Find both bilingual and Spanish-only titles in our catalog by searching “Spanish language juvenile“. Books that are completely in Spanish will have a call number that starts with SPA.

Play Dungeons & Dragons

Did you know the library has a Dungeons and Dragons club just for teens? If you don’t know, Dungeons and Dragons is a fun, tabletop, role-playing game. Right now we meet every other Thursday at Shadle Park Library at 4pm. Explore the Forgotten Realms and beyond with other teens. All

Join Our Teen Discord Server

For over a year, teens like you have been hanging out and contributing to our Teen Discord Server. It has been a lot of fun to watch the number of members grow and participation go from a post or two a week to several (or sometimes a ton of) posts

Apple Science for Kids

Last school year, Spokane Public Library’s monthly Stuck-at-Home STEAM and Homeschool events explored science, technology, engineering, art, and math with kids. This year we’ll have a new name, “After-School STEM,” as well as continuing our Homeschool event series. Spokane Public Library’s STEM librarian will share STEM topics using books, videos,

Library Closures Coming Soon

With the grand opening of our newest Library locations, we have to say a temporary (or permanent) farewell to some of our other locations. Mark your calendars with the dates below to know which Libraries are closing and opening for continued access to your favorite books and materials. Library Closures

Current Affairs @ the Library

Spokane Public Library is committed to offering programming that will enrich the community’s understanding of and engagement with current affairs. When I was hired to

Scary Chapter Books for Kids

Scary season is right around the corner, and what better way to experience a fright than through using your imagination and reading. Staff recommend parents learn more about the book prior to reading to ensure it is not too scary for your child. Scary Stories for Young Foxes by Christian McKay

Looking for Spanish Language Books?

Latinx Heritage Month is nearly over, but you can continue the celebration all year long with Spanish language books for kids. Find both bilingual and Spanish-only titles in our catalog by searching “Spanish language juvenile“. Books that are completely in Spanish will have a call number that starts with SPA.

Play Dungeons & Dragons

Did you know the library has a Dungeons and Dragons club just for teens? If you don’t know, Dungeons and Dragons is a fun, tabletop, role-playing game. Right now we meet every other Thursday at Shadle Park Library at 4pm. Explore the Forgotten Realms and beyond with other teens. All

Join Our Teen Discord Server

For over a year, teens like you have been hanging out and contributing to our Teen Discord Server. It has been a lot of fun to watch the number of members grow and participation go from a post or two a week to several (or sometimes a ton of) posts

Apple Science for Kids

Last school year, Spokane Public Library’s monthly Stuck-at-Home STEAM and Homeschool events explored science, technology, engineering, art, and math with kids. This year we’ll have a new name, “After-School STEM,” as well as continuing our Homeschool event series. Spokane Public Library’s STEM librarian will share STEM topics using books, videos,

Library Closures Coming Soon

With the grand opening of our newest Library locations, we have to say a temporary (or permanent) farewell to some of our other locations. Mark your calendars with the dates below to know which Libraries are closing and opening for continued access to your favorite books and materials. Library Closures