Programs

Read Beyond the Beaten Path: Camp iRead Read Beyond the Beaten Path logoSummer Reading 2022
June 13th through August 31st

Kids Summer Reading 0-12
Teen Summer Challenge
Grown Up Summer Reading: Choose Your Own Adventure





Humanities WA Program: A Nicer Kind of MurderMurderous Angel with a hatchet raised over their head. 

June 16, 6:30 pm.
Murder isn’t what it used to be. Explore the shifting role of the victim in detective novels, and how that shift reflects broader social changes.

 From Poe and Sherlock Holmes to British cozies and Hardboiled pulps, author Matthew Sullivan traces the many influence on the postwar and modern eras of the mystery genre and shows how empathy plays a unique role in contemporary crime novels—especially in today’s literary mysteries.

What do the way crime victims are portrayed say about a society’s culture? Join Sullivan to reflect on the special relationship between reading literature and experiencing empathy—on the page and in our daily lives.


Book A Librarian 

Teen Volunteer Squad.

Join the Library's book group, the Hub Club, which is back IN PERSON!

Or join us for monthly virtual programs from the Skagit Valley Genealogy Society, check here for the next one.

New to the library: Seed Exchange and Library!

Do you have an idea for a program or would want a staff member to bring information to your event? Fill out the Outreach and Collaboration Request form and we can see how we can help!