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March 2019

Have you gone digital?

Explore our second busiest "branch": our digital collection! You can access it all from home with just your device and library card number. Download music, read eBooks or magazines, stream movies and more. 

Give back to your library

Drink beer and watch basketball to benefit Spokane Public Library Foundation at Pint Night at Logan Tavern (1305 N. Hamilton) on Monday, March 11. Ten percent of proceeds will go to the Foundation. (p.s., the Zags will be playing on the big screen that night too).

Give back to your community

Learn all about local volunteer opportunities at a special Volunteer Fair on Monday, April 1 from 3 to 7pm at the South Hill Library. More than 15 local non-profits will be there including Catholic Charities Eastern WA, American Red Cross, SpokAnimal, Spark Central and Mobius.

Upcoming Events


Public Philosophy Night

Local author Jess Walter kicks off a night of philosophy with a keynote, followed by a selection of sessions at 8pm and 9pm. Everyone is welcome!
Friday, March 8, 7pm

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Girl, Awake!

Girl, Awake! is a show performed by six girls who want to make a difference. They will present a variety of topics through performance arts.
Saturday, March 9, 2pm

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Angus Scott Pipe Band and Highland Dancers

The always popular Angus Scott Pipe Band perform traditional Irish tunes in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. The Angus Scott Pipe Band is one of the oldest continuing pipe bands in the Northwest. 
Friday, March 15, 4:15pm
South Hill

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Rainbow Science for 3 to 6 year olds

Girl, Awake! is a show performed by six girls who want to make a difference. They will present a variety of topics through performance arts.
Saturday, March 16, 10:30am

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Lilac City Live! 

Learn who the winners are for Inlander's Best of 2019 with our mystery guests.
Thursday, March 21, 8pm

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How to Get Into the College of Your Dreams for Students and Parents

Grace Chapin James, is a former Spokane Scholar and graduate of Ferris High School, the University of Chicago and Harvard. She is active in highly-selective college admissions and will speak from the perspective of an admissions officer for a national university on how to prepare for success in college admissions.
Wednesday, March 27, 4:30pm
Shadle Library

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March 9: Renters Clinic by Center for Justice, Hillyard, 10am
March 11: Pajama Storytime, Shadle, 6pm
March 13: Adulting for Teens (ages 16-19): Financial Know-How, Shadle 4pm
March 16: Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, South Hill, 2pm
March 16: Get Your Green On Craft Party, Hillyard, 2pm
March 17: Growing Neighbors, Shadle, 2pm
March 19: Tapping the Well Within Workshop, South Hill, 6pm
March 21: Hour of Code: Minecraft Adventure for ages 8-12, South Hill, 4pm (Sign Up Required)
March 23: Painting a Spring Landscape (12 to Adult), Indian Trail, 2pm
March 23: England's Finest Gardens, Shadle, 2pm
March 26: Enhancing Storytime with Nursery Rhyme and Flannel Board, Hillyard, 6pm
March 26: Power 2 the Poetry Femfest Preview, Downtown, 6pm
March 26: Jump Start Your Gardening Season, Shadle, 6:30pm
March 28: The Punderground, Downtown, 7:30pm
March 29: Virtual Reality at the Library, Hillyard, 3pm
March 30: DAWN Method of Dementia Care, Shadle, 3:30pm
March 7, 14 & 21: Living with Alzheimer's for Early Stage Care Partners, South Hill, 1pm
March 13 & 21: Adulting for Teens (16-19): Financial Know-How
March 20, 26, & April 12: Creating Butterfly Art for ages 8-12
See our full calendar for more great events.
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