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Recycling simplified, learn what can be recycled and what goes in trash

The following are programs for Adults and All Ages happening at the Kenmore Library in May.

 

Kenmore Library, 6531 NE 181st Street, Kenmore, WA, 98028. (425) 486-8747

Reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities is available by request. Email access@kcls.org at least seven days before the event.

Some events require registration. Walk-ins welcome as space allows.




Wednesday, May 1, 6:30-7:30pm

Description: Learn how recycling is processed and what can be recycled with a representative of Republic Services. Discuss resources for educational programs for learners of all levels.


Thursdays, 10am-12pm

Description: Practice speaking with other English language learners. Learn about American culture and meet people from around the world.

 


Kenmore Library

Friday, May 10, 2-4pm

Description: Come to the library to create casual art in a relaxed and friendly environment. We will have basic arts supplies, tea and snacks and quiet music. You can also bring your own project to work on!

In April, we will have acrylic paints and brush sets and small cardboard canvases.

Drop in at any time.


Tuesday, May 7, 4-5:30pm

Description: Play and practice chess! All skill levels are welcome.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Kenmore Library.

Ages 9 and older.


Wednesday, May 29, 6:30-7:30pm

Description: Hear a personal perspective of living with a mental health condition. The discussion leader with lived experience will talk openly about what it's like.

You will gain:

  • An opportunity to hear an open and honest perspective on a highly misunderstood topic.

  • A chance to ask questions, allowing for a deeper understanding of mental health conditions and dispelling of stereotypes and misconceptions.

  • The understanding that people with mental health conditions have lives enriched by hopes, dreams and goals.

  • Information on how to learn more about mental health and get involved with the mental health community.

Brought to you by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)


Wednesday, May 15, 6:30-7:30pm

Description: “Chinese Soul Food: a Friendly Guide for Homemade Dumplings, Stir-fries, Soups, and More” by Hsiao-Ching Chou.

Try making a recipe of your choice from this month’s cookbook! Send a photo of your finished dish to the librarian host along with brief comments about your experience.

We cannot share food at these meetings, but we will watch a slide show of our cooking adventures and share successes and failures! New members always welcome.

Please register for either the online event or the in-person event. Register for each session that you wish to attend. Walk-ins welcome. All events are listed here: https://1.kcls.org/CookbookBkGrp


Friday, May 24, 2-3:30pm

Description: “The Mountains Sing: a Novel” by Phan Qué̂ Mai Nguyẽ̂n. New members always welcome.

Please register for either the online event or for the in-person event. Register for each session that you wish to attend. Walk-ins welcome. All events are listed here: https://1.kcls.org/KMBookGroup

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