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What’s the Story? Take a Walk and See!

What’s the Story? Take a Walk and See!

This spring and summer, NCW Libraries is partnering with several organizations to offer storybook walks across the region. In all of these walks, books are presented page by page along a trail as a unique way to promote reading, exercise and an appreciation of nature...
A Reading List for AAPI Heritage Month

A Reading List for AAPI Heritage Month

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, which celebrates the unique journey of all AAPI immigrants and citizens in the U.S. and their unique life experiences, traditional and cultures. The month of May was chosen for AAPI Heritage Month because it commemorates...
Lunar Eclipse Coming on Sunday

Lunar Eclipse Coming on Sunday

On Sunday evening, May 15, a total eclipse of the Moon will be visible from throughout the U.S. In our Pacific time zone, the total eclipse will begin at 8:29 p.m. and end at 9:54 p.m. A partial eclipse will continue until 10:56 p.m., when the moon passes entirely out...
Earth Day Reading List

Earth Day Reading List

In 1969, after witnessing massive oil spills in California and inspired by anti-war protests, U.S. Sen. Gaylord Nelson announced the idea for a teach-in on college campuses to raise awareness about air and water pollution. He chose the day April 22, which fell in...
Check it Out! Museum passes

Check it Out! Museum passes

You can now check out family passes to visit the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center from all 30 of our library branches! Each pass provides entry to the museum for two adults and any children under age 18 in the household. The pass can be checked out for a...

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