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January 18, 2020
1901 Hoag Road
February 7, 2020
1011 Greenleaf Ave
February 8, 2020
820 E Washington Ave
February 11, 2020
820 E Washington Avenue
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October 28, 2019 - November 1, 2019 @ Burlington Public Library
Trick or Treat for Comics at Burlington Public Library! Starting Monday, October 28, just say Trick or Treat to any staff at our circulation desk and receive a free comic book, courtesy of Docking Bay 93.
This promotion is open to readers of all ages. Supplies are limited and awarded on a first come, first serve basis.
October 29, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Burlington Public Library
An all-age storytime that focuses on the five early literacy skills: singing, talking, reading, playing, writing. Children and their caregivers participate fun activities with books, songs, finger plays, and games that boost brain development.
October 29, 2019, 6:30 PM @ Burlington Public Library
Racism thrives in silence. It’s when we stop talking to one another about our beliefs that prejudices go unchallenged, and the gap between us widens.
Yet race is one of the most difficult topics to discuss in American society. If we are to heal many of our country’s social, economic, and political divides, we can’t afford to avoid the conversation.
With warmth and openness, renowned author and professor Clyde Ford leads a discussion on race in modern-day America with a heavy emphasis on audience participation. Meant for people of all races, participants will come away with tools for engaging in conversations about race in an honest, transparent, and meaningful way. Though ambitious, this talk aims to make a difference in bridging and healing the racial divide.
This event is made possible by Humanities WA and is part of the 2019 Skagit Reads program.