Read to a Dog

Come practice your reading skills and gain confidence reading out loud to friendly therapy dogs.

Block Party!

Build up and take down structures using building materials of your choice, from LEGO to wooden blocks. All materials will be provided by the library.

Family Winter Crafternoon

Drop in for an afternoon of winter-themed crafting and sip on a hot chocolate. Make an ornament, seasonal card, Sharpie mug, or try your hand at decorative coasters, gift tags, and more! All supplies provided.

Take and Make - Family Stories

Kick-off October with a kit to help discover your family stories as we honor Indigenous People's Day and celebrate National Family History Month. Available during library hours. 

Family Art Party: Halloween Fun

Paint a baby pumpkin and decorate a treat bag to prepare for Halloween fun. Space and supplies are limitied to the first 25 participants. 

Winter Scene Creations

Makers of all build-abilities will create three dimensional seasonal decorations. Winter scene dioramas and "ginger-box" houses will be featured. Space and supplies are limited to the first 25 participants.

Exploring Photography

Children will learn how cameras work and explore photography through stories & hands-on activities. Attendance is limited to first 30 participants.

Kids' Pumpkin Lab and Artists Studio

Decorate a little pumpkin and explore the fascinating science of pumpkins with your child. 

Kitsap Eco Kids: Plant One for the Pod

The time has come to plant the saplings you have been caring for all summer along the banks of Clear Creek! There will be plenty of plants provided as well, so anyone can participate in Orca Recovery Day. By planting trees and native plants along Clear Creek we help salmon survive and local orca population thrive. Our planting location has moved to the Clear Creek Trail's Pedestrian Bridge off Kitsap Place, behind Ross Dress for Less. Clear Creek Task Force naturalists will be on hand to direct the planting and provide tools. Planting parties can be no larger than 6 people and arrive during the selected time slot. There will be staggered times and plenty of plants. To reserve your planting party time, sign up through the link below. Sign-up Genius: Plant One for the Pod

Point No Point Storywalk

Celebrate National Estuary week with a special story walk at Point No Point Lightstation and County Park. Follow the trail for a story and learn about critical efforts by our friends at Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement group to help protect and restore the marsh's habitat. 

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