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Closed - all 14 library locations
Closed - all 14 library locations
Monday, Jan. 16
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All fourteen branches of Whitman County Library are closed but our website, catalog and online librarian are always available for your convenience.
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Storytime, Farmington
3:30 p.m.
 Storytime, Farmington
Tuesday, Jan. 17, 3:30 p.m.
Farmington Branch Library
 Come join us for stories, songs, games and snacks.  Learn the ABC's, colors, shapes, numbers and much more.   Each week we will learn something new. Preschool ages are encourged to come.  Kids of all ages are welcome. For more information, contact the Farmington Library at 2...read more
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The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
Thursday, Jan. 19The Bill of Rights a
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Celebrating the 225th Anniversary of the Bills of Rights, the National Archives in collaboration with the Federation of State Humanities Councils and Washington State Humanities Council is pleased to offer The Bill of Rights and You pop-up exhibit at the following branch locations of Whitma...read more
Third Thursday, Farmington
3:30 PM
 Third Thursday, Farmington
Thursday, Jan. 19, 3:30 PMThird Thursday, Farm
Farmington Branch Library
Grade shool kids are invited to join us on the third Thursday of each month for special crafts and games.
For more information, contact the Farmington Library at 287-2035.
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Everybody Reads Black River
 Everybody Reads Black River
Saturday, Jan. 21Everybody Reads Blac
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Everybody is reading Black River by S.M. Hulse in anticipation of author visits in early November. Please reserve your copy today by visiting the online catalog at www.whitco.lib.wa.us or calling 877-733-3375.
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The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
Sunday, Jan. 22The Bill of Rights a
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Celebrating the 225th Anniversary of the Bills of Rights, the National Archives in collaboration with the Federation of State Humanities Councils and Washington State Humanities Council is pleased to offer The Bill of Rights and You pop-up exhibit at the following branch locations of Whitma...read more
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Storytime, Farmington
3:30 p.m.
 Storytime, Farmington
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 3:30 p.m.
Farmington Branch Library
 Come join us for stories, songs, games and snacks.  Learn the ABC's, colors, shapes, numbers and much more.   Each week we will learn something new. Preschool ages are encourged to come.  Kids of all ages are welcome. For more information, contact the Farmington Library at 2...read more
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The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
Thursday, Jan. 26The Bill of Rights a
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Celebrating the 225th Anniversary of the Bills of Rights, the National Archives in collaboration with the Federation of State Humanities Councils and Washington State Humanities Council is pleased to offer The Bill of Rights and You pop-up exhibit at the following branch locations of Whitma...read more
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The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
The Bill of Rights and You Pop-Up Exhibit
Sunday, Jan. 29The Bill of Rights a
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Celebrating the 225th Anniversary of the Bills of Rights, the National Archives in collaboration with the Federation of State Humanities Councils and Washington State Humanities Council is pleased to offer The Bill of Rights and You pop-up exhibit at the following branch locations of Whitma...read more
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Storytime, Farmington
3:30 p.m.
 Storytime, Farmington
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 3:30 p.m.
Farmington Branch Library
 Come join us for stories, songs, games and snacks.  Learn the ABC's, colors, shapes, numbers and much more.   Each week we will learn something new. Preschool ages are encourged to come.  Kids of all ages are welcome. For more information, contact the Farmington Library at 2...read more
    
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