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Week of November 8-December 6. 
November is Native American Heritage Month and the Spokane Public Library has many exciting events planned. Hear from speakers about traditional Native American practices, unique challenges these communities face and what life is like on the reservation. See our calendar for more details.

10 Native American Authors to Add to Your TBR List

Louise Erdich, Leslie Marmon Silko and Linda Hogan are just few of the Native American authors you could add to your to-be-read list.  


Browse the Northwest Room Digital Archive

The Northwest Room Digital Archive holds hundreds of historic local photographs, right at your fingertips. Including this image of Indian Congress on Riverside in 1925.

Thank you, Spokane voters! We are so very grateful for all the support you have showed us during this busy election cycle. We look forward to continuing to serve you in the years to come as we inspire a community of lifelong learners in Spokane. We can't wait to dig in and get started on what's next. 
Thanksgiving Closure
The library will be closed Thursday, November 22nd for Thanksgiving. Regular library hours will resume Friday, November 23rd. 

Upcoming Events


Modern Quilting (What the heck is it?)

Members of the Inland NW Modern Quilt Guild will talk about what makes a quilt "modern" and the differences between modern and traditional quilting. You can also take a look a the ongoing display of modern quilts and ask questions about the techniques used.

Tuesday, November 13, 6:30

Facebook Event

Lilac City Live!

This month, hear from Samuel Ligon, Nat Park and the Tunnels of Love, Mary Anne Gebhart and Mara Baldwin. 
November 15, 8pm

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NaNoWriMo: Write-In Wednesday

Enjoy quiet writing time with other authors trying to write 50,000 words in November! Drop in anytime between 1 and 5pm. 
Wednesdays in November, 1pm
South Hill

Attend Event

Teddy Bear Tea

Bring your favorite stuffed friend for stories and cookies at the South Hill or Shadle libraries. Check the schedule for the times for toddlers and preschoolers. 
Various mornings in December
South Hill/Shadle

Times and Locations
November 9: Movie: Brother Bear, East Side, 3:30pm
November 10: Bridges Are to Cross: A STEM Event for 3-6 Year Olds, Indian Trail 10:30am
November 20: Indian Trail Yarn Circle, Indian Trail, 6:30pm
November 27: Let's Go Snowshoeing!, Shadle, 6:30pm
December 2: Big Bing Theory: Holiday Music!, South Hill, 2pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays: High School 21+, Hillyard, 2pm
Tuesdays: Trivia Night, Logan Tavern (1305 N. Hamilton), 7pm
See our full calendar for more great events.
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