Elder Law: Help for Seniors and their Families

We would all like to live a very long, healthy life being independent until the end of our days. What if that doesn’t happen for us or for someone we love? Free. Lynnwood Library, 19200 44th Ave W, Lynwood. More info: 425-778-2148 or www.sno-isle.org

Quienes Somos? Hispanic Heritage Month

A public forum discussing the meaning of being Hispanic/LatinX/A/O in contemporary USA. This community conversation led by Dr. Rodrigo F. Renteria-Valencia, Assistant Professor in Anthropology at Central Washington University.

Hora de leer cuentos en español (Spanish Storytime)

Únete a nuestra invitada especial, la cuentista Mirella,para escuchar cuentos,apreder juegos de dedos y cantar canciones.Son bienvenidos los niños y cuidadores de todas las edades y todos los idiomas. Join us and our special guest storyteller Mirella to hear stories, learn fingerplays and sing songs, all in Spanish! Children and caregivers of all ages and…

Mountlake Terrace Library Open Enrollment Event

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange announced that expanded opportunities to connect with in-person help are being introduced now in support of Washington Healthplanfinder’s #GetCoveredWA effort – a statewide campaign to get all Washingtonians signed up for health and dental plans before the open enrollment period ends on Dec. 15.More than 70 enrollment events hosted across…

Write Now: Writing the Short Mystery

Want to write short story mysteries? Learn about short stories, mystery sub-genres, subjects, characterization, dialogue, the three-act structure and the market. Martin Limón has published 12 novels and over 40 short stories, all in the mystery genre. Coffee and snacks will be provided by the Friends of the Mill Creek Library. Bring details of your…

Write Now: What Can You Do With First Person?

Are you a writer working in first person? First person narrators are neither the most reliable nor the most common. Explore special problems in first person narration including the big ones of reliability and time. Coffee and snacks will be provided by the Friends of the Mill Creek Library. Bring details of your work in…

Write Now: Breaking the Rules of Writing 101

What are “the rules” and when is it okay to break them? This class will celebrate literary rebellion and incite a bit of it in our own writing with discussion and exercises. Coffee and snacks will be provided by Friends of the Mill Creek Library. Bring details of your work in progress and share with…

Techtoberfest

Lynnwood Library’s fourth annual Techtoberfest, featuring Virtual Reality. Complete activities to earn a touch screen stylus and enter our raffle for a chance to win a Kindle Fire! Experience virtual reality first hand with the Oculus Rift, learn about the Edmonds Community College The Facility Maker Space, watch the Lynnwood High School robotics team in…

Future of Virtual Reality – Panel Discussion

Join Scott Bennett (Artist in Residence at the UW CoMotion Labs) and Eugene Capon (VR Evangelist, developer, and tech promoter) for an in-depth discussion about virtual reality. Listen in on how they broke into the business, what a typical work day is like, and what the future of virtual reality may hold. Funded by Friends…

Two new exhibitions begin next week at Lynnwood Library Gallery

Two new exhibitions at the Lynnwood Library Gallery will begin Tuesday, March 20, and last through April 19. Artist, author and illustrator Li-Feng Chiu’s work uses pastels and features whimsical animals and colorful landscapes. The photography of Michael Wittenbrink incorporates a method called High Dynamic Range. His favorite type of photography is landscapes, especially waterfalls….

Juried art exhibit begins today

The Lynnwood Arts Commission is hosting the 8th annual juried art exhibition beginning today. It runs through Nov. 17 at the Lynnwood Library Gallery. This year’s theme is “In the Red.” It features more than 40 Washington state artists whose work explores either the color red or a play on the meaning of the phrase….

New exhibit at Lynnwood Library Gallery

From now through Sept. 22, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will feature artwork by Robert M. Small and Adele B. Eustis. Robert M. Small Robert found true attraction to the vibrant colors and the spontaneous variety in the art of RAKU.  The Raku process dates back to the early 1600’s in East Asia.  Raku has the…

Student artwork on display at Lynnwood Library Gallery

Several students at the J Art Academy will have their work displayed at the Lynnwood Library. The school offers classes such as drawing, painting and fashion illustration. The show, which runs from June 3 to July 7, includes more than ten artists’ paintings in classical oil techniques finished in the past year. The Lynnwood Library…

New exhibit opens Friday at Lynnwood Library Gallery

From April 22 to June 2, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will feature artwork by Joan Bowers and Bob “Roleze” Zettlemoyer. Joan Bowers Joan’s interest in black and white photography dates back to the time when color film was not accessible to the photography hobbyist.  Ever curious, she continues to explore many “old” non-digital printing techniques. …

‘Topographical map’ artwork coming to Lynnwood Library Gallery

From March 18 to April 21, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will feature artwork by Joan Schlichting: As a child on a farm in the Midwest, Joan Schlichting loved to look over maps and wonder what it would be like to travel to those places. When she moved to the Pacific Northwest, she saw her first…

'Topographical map' artwork coming to Lynnwood Library Gallery

From March 18 to April 21, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will feature artwork by Joan Schlichting: As a child on a farm in the Midwest, Joan Schlichting loved to look over maps and wonder what it would be like to travel to those places. When she moved to the Pacific Northwest, she saw her first…

Upcoming exhibits at the Lynnwood Library Gallery

From Feb. 11 to March 17, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will feature artwork by Danila Rumold and Michael Lorefice. Danila Rumold – Illuminated Kinships: Oil paintings and Monotypes In Rumold’s paintings, figure and ground meet and disintegrate. Her relationship to trees and architecture provides an entry into the creative process. She says, “Nature presents color,…

Three artists bring colorful exhibit to Lynnwood Library

From June 4 – July 8, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will kick off summer with an exhibit featuring bright and colorful artwork from three local artists. Kirkland artist Mae dela Cruz will be showing floral colored pencil drawing from a series called “Earth’s Laughter.”  An architect by trade, Mae’s attention for detail and structure can…

Lynnwood Library connecting military families overseas

The Lynnwood Library is giving military families a chance to speak face-to-face with loved ones deployed overseas. On Thursday, May 20, a private room with a computer, webcam and Skype connection will be provided for free video calls. You can make an appointment by calling 425-778-2148. Time limits will be determined by the number of…