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Week of July 19 - August 2.

Imagine the Library of the Future

At the July 17 Board of Trustees meeting, the Spokane Public Library Board voted all in favor to approve the preliminary design recommendations for the Spokane Public Library. Since early 2018, library leadership has been working with Group 4 Architecture of San Francisco and Integrus Architecture of Spokane on plans to acquire, construct, equip, modernize and make other capital improvements to the Spokane Public Library facilities. Take a look at the plans and begin to imagine the library of the future. 

Spokane Is Reading

Amy Stewart, author of the 2018 Spokane is Reading selection Girl Waits with Gun will be at the Downtown Library on September 27 at 7pm for a special discussion of her book. Pick up your copy today.

Learn a new language

Pronunciator offers online instruction in 87(!) languages all for free with your library card. Courses are tailored toward age group and proficiency level and there is even a healthcare-specific course. 

Upcoming Events.

Musical Instrument Petting Zoo

Learn about the musical instruments you can check out, what lessons the library offers and get a chance to play some instruments!
July 19, 2 p.m.
Downtown Library

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Edward S. Curtis: The North American Indian

Spokane Public Library and the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture are working together with museums and libraries around the Northwest in exhibiting the photographs of Edward S. Curtis. Registration required. 
July 21, 10:30 a.m.
Ned M. Barnes Northwest Room

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The Solar System Rocks

We’ll learn about our amazing solar system, and make a fun craft! Young children must be accompanied by a caretaker. This will take place in the gym of the East Central Community Center.
Various Upcoming Locations and Times

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Coeur d'Alene Youth Marimba Band

Marimbas are large wooden xylophone-like instruments. Join the Coeur d’Alene Youth Marimba band playing traditional African rhythms that will get toes tapping and feet moving.
July 25, 3 p.m.

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See our full calendar for more great events.
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