Join us tomorrow at 2 for a screening of The Automatic Hate, a dark dramedy filled with family secrets and taboo love.
Weekends are a great time to chip away at your podcast queue! Don't miss our latest from the Lone Reader as he zeros in on Dayo Olopade’s “The Bright Continent,” a contemporary account of Africans using technology to transcend failing social and economic systems.
Though we are deeply saddened to hear of his passing, it seems fitting that we are celebrating Stephen Hawking’s life and brilliance on Pi Day. We can’t say it better than Dennis Overbye did in today’s New York Times, writing that Hawking “roamed the cosmos from a wheelchair, pondering the nature of gravity and the origin of the universe and becoming an emblem of human determination and curiosity…”
No matter your interests, we are sure to have some books that you will love. On A Reading Life, Linda takes a look at a range of subjects that you can explore, from negotiating your salary to....celery.
A lazy Sunday is fun, but it's also a great day for skill building! You can now access Lynda's online learning services with your library card.
Want to become a graphic designer? Here's a course for you! http://ow.ly/RhMN30iRGMn
No matter what you're interested in, Lynda likely has tutorials and classes to help you reach your goals. Find out more and sign up for an account on our website: https://epls.org/329/Lyndacom
What can you make with a pool noodle, markers, and an electric toothbrush? An artbot! This Wednesday is your chance to make your own robo-artist at the Main Library in our latest STEAM for Adults program!
Space is limited. Call 425-257-8250 to register. All supplies provided free of charge. Ages 12 and older may accompany a participating adult.
When Abby was five years old she was already predicting her future as a librarian. Read about Abby's prognostic skills and much, much more in the Herald's profile of our new director!
Searching for the best new releases? Look no further! Our March Spot-Lit is your guide to this month's most exciting new books.
Congratulations to Carrie, our February reading challenge winner!
This month we are asking you to read a biography or memoir. Take a picture with your book and post it on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter with the hashtag #EverettReads to be entered to win an Amazon gift card.
Don't have social media? Ask us to take your picture and we will post it for you!...
Sometimes brilliant books manage to slip under the radar. Carol collected a bunch of EPL staff's favorite underrated gems. Read all about them on the blog, then tell us what books YOU think deserve more acclaim!
Parent and child will both enjoy Daddy Cuddle, written by Kate Mayes and illustrated by Sara Acton. It begins, “Early in the morning, when it’s quiet and dark, Bunny’s eyes go ping! 'Daddy up?’” This book was so cute. This wonderful and sweet tale has colorful illustrations and short phrases that show a young bunny trying to entice his father out of bed. Will it happen? Find out at www.epls.org!