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Week of August 30 - September 13. 
SPL Executive Director Andrew Chanse outlines the library's plans for the future.

City of Spokane Proposition 1

On November 6, voters will be asked to approve or reject a $77 million bond to fund the construction of 3 new libraries and the renovation of 4 existing libraries. If passed, Downtown and Shadle would get substantial remodels, Indian Trail and South Hill would get makeovers, and we’d build new libraries at Liberty Park, Libby Center and Hillyard. The plans also include the addition of new 24x7 Library kiosks in new neighborhoods. Learn more at future.spokanelibrary.org.

Back to School!

Welcome back, Spokane Public Schools students! Did you know all students and staff get a fine-free library card? You have access to all of Spokane Public Library's online and physical information. Learn more and activate your card! 

Monday Night Trivia

Meet your friendly neighborhood librarians every Monday night at Logan Tavern for Trivia Night! If you're 21+, the fun starts at 8pm. Make sure to bring your library card to play games and win prizes.

Library Closures
Sunday, September 2 and Monday, September 3 all branches will be closed for Labor Day.
Thursday, September 13 all branches will be closed until 1pm for our annual Staff Day.

Upcoming Events

FEATURED EVENTS

Lilac City Live @ Pig Out in the Park

A special Lilac City Live at Pig Out in the Park! Our “late night” talk show featuring local Spokane talent, this time at the Ribbon Stage in Riverfront Park!
Tonight, August 30, 8 p.m.
Riverfront Park

Attend Event

South of the Border Cinema: Movies of Mexico

Film historian Lance Rhoades shares highlights of Mexican cinema, from its fitful start in the silent era, to its blossoming in The Golden Age, to the accomplishments of its 21st Century masters.
September 4, 6:30 p.m.
South Hill

Attend Event
August 30: Cecil the Magician, Downtown, 3 p.m.
September 5: Renter's Clinic by Center for Justice, East Side, 10 a.m.
September 7: First Friday: Runaway Octopus, Downtown, 7 p.m.
September 8: Who is Hispanic in America, South Hill, 4:30 p.m.
September 11: Senior Rights: Your Legal Voice, Indian Trail, 6:30 p.m.
September 12: Lunchtime Book Group: Girl Waits with Gun, Downtown, 12 p.m.
See our full calendar for more great events.
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