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Save the Date: Garden Lovers' Book Sale April 6 & 7. We welcome book donations through February 28. Gift Policy

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Art Exhibit: Carbon Storylines by Rachel Lodge Feb. 1 - 28Rachel Lodge


Rachel Lodge explores the carbon cycle through hand-drawn, science-based images and animation excerpts that explore the flow of carbon through natural systems as well as our own fossil fuel emissions.

Meet the artist at a reception on Thursday, February 1st from 5 to 7pm. More.


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Story Time

WHO: Kids ages 3 to 8 and their parents.
WHAT: Enjoy stories about plants and nature.
WHEN: Monthly.
COST: Free!

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The library stays open until 7pm before scheduled Northwest Horticultural Society lectures. Lectures are open to the public, $5 members, $10 non-members.

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