Virtual Author Talk Watch Party: Rebecca F. Kuang

Join us at the Lacey library as we watch a live interview with Rebecca F. Kuang (R.F. Kuang) in conversation with a moderator from the Library Speaker’s Consortium about her New York Times bestselling novel, Yellowface. Yellowface grapples with questions of diversity, racism, and cultural appropriation, as well as the terrifying alienation of social media. This virtual event will …

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Playback Theatre Performance: Stories of Library Treasures

Join Olympia’s own Heartsparkle Players and the Thunders for an afternoon of stories and community! They will take your personal moments and create a spontaneous theatrical experience using a style of improvisation called Playback Theatre. They have been delighting local audiences for 33 years. Come tell your stories about what you treasure about libraries!

Teen Creative Club

Join us while we hang out and create together! Each month we will have different supplies to use, with input from attendees. This month we will do collage, button making, and Shrinky Dinks. We will also vote on what activity to do the following month. For teens ages 13-18. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lacey …

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Lacey Spring Fun Fair

Fun Fair is THE place to be for free fun!  Enjoy live entertainment, kids activities, rides like the giant slide and swings, the circus train and more all FREE!  Saturday there will be a S.T.E.M. Fair with lots of cool stuff to check out and Sunday enjoy the car show!  Shop from lots of great …

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Kids Graphic Novel Club

Ages 8-12. Hang out, draw, read, eat snacks and talk about all things graphic novels. Enter a prize drawing for a gift card to Gabi’s Olympic Cards & Comics.

Taking the Mystery Out of Writing a Mystery

Join mystery writers Maria Barrs (ML Barrs), Roxanne Dunne, and Jeffrey Briggs for a panel discussion covering all aspects of writing mystery fiction.  There will also be a drawing for free copies.  Topics include: Types of mystery stories (i.e., cozy, suspense, thriller, amateur sleuth, etc) Developing characters and plots Outlining vs “pantsing” Editing and being …

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Banned Books Bingo

The Lacey Library invites you to join us this winter on a fun and informative reading adventure. Play Banned Books Bingo with us, January 2 – March 31, 2024, to get better acquainted with banned titles, and make up your mind about their content. How to Play: Bingo sheets will be at the Lacey Library. Complete …

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Songcatchers: A Songwriting Workshop for All Ages

Join a hands-on creative writing workshop with professional songwriter Keeth Apgar. Together we will co-create an original song from scratch based on participant-powered ideas. As we dig into the creative process, the group will work with music concepts such as rhythm, melody, tempo, and chords. We also will touch upon the role of vowel sounds; discuss …

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Teen Writing & Art Contest: Lacey Loves to Read 2024

Teens in grades 6-12 who live in the North Thurston Public Schools service area are invited to enter the 2024 Lacey Loves to Read Teen Writing & Art Contest! This contest is sponsored by Lacey Loves to Read member organizations Timberland Regional Library, North Thurston Public Schools, City of Lacey, and many community partners. The …

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Play in the Parks with Wings Aerial Acrobatics & circus play

oin us at various parks in Lacey for FREE family entertainment this summer! From July 6 to August 10, venture out to different parks and enjoy free shows and activities with your family. (bring your own seating) July 13th come to Rainier Vista Park to see Wings perform aerial acrobatics and a circus show! This …

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