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Burlington Public Library

  1. Library program: Teen S.T.E.M. Lab with Boys & Girls Club

    March 27, 2017, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Join us the second and fourth Mondays of each month for a new S.T.E.M. project presented by the Boys & Girls Club of Skagit County. Spaces guaranteed for as long as supplies are available. No registration required. Teens ages 13+

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  2. Library Program: Technology Tuesday

    March 28, 2017, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Get help and coaching with with ebooks, audiobooks or other technology. Bring your device or practice on laptops provided by the library. We can also help with sign ups for IT Academy, using Windows 8, 10 or Office software, the Internet, basic search, library databases, social media, photo management, email set-up, photo-sharing and general research and homework help.

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  3. Making a Mark: Photo ID of Harbor Porpoises in the Salish Sea

    March 28, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Cindy Elliser, Research Director with the Pacific Mammal Research organizations in Anacortes will speak on her research on the harbor porpoises. Harbor porpoises are shy and often evasive. They have been traditionally difficult to study and often overshadowed by other more accessible marine species. However they are an important species in the Salish Sea ecosystem, especially after their recent ‘comeback’ to the Puget Sound and the greater Salish Sea region. Come learn about harbor porpoises, why they are important and the research that the Pacific Mammal Research Center is conducting to understand more about this poorly understood marine mammal. Pacific Mammal Research is dedicated to understanding more about their population by conducting photo-ID surveys and the use of passive acoustic technology.

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