Here are November schedules for Foster, Library Connection, Valley View libraries

Here's what's happening in November at the King County Library System libraries – Foster, Library Connection @ Southcenter and Valley View – that serve the greater Tukwila area.

  • Thursday, November 5, 2015 3:40pm
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FOSTER LIBRARY

206-242-1640

4060 S. 144th St., Tukwila 98168

Children & Families

Arabic Story Times

Sunday, November 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 1pm

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

Stories, songs and fun!

Play & Learn

Monday, November 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 10:30am

Newborn to age 5 with caregiver.

Have fun singing songs, telling stories, reading books, creating art and playing.

Play & Learn is in English and the facilitator is bilingual in English and Spanish.

Preschool Story Times

Tuesday, November 3, 10 and 17, 1:30pm

Ages 3 to 6 and adult.

Stories, songs and fun!

After School Movie

Tuesday, November 3, 3:30pm

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

Riley’s emotions: Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness run wild in this Disney Pixar adventure.

Toddler Story Times

Wednesday, November 4 and 18, 11am

Ages 1 to 3 with adult.

Stories, songs and fun!

Somali Story Times

Wednesday, November 4, 18 and 25, 4:30pm

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

Stories, songs and fun

Spanish Story Times

Thursday, November 5, 12 and 19, 7pm

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

Stories, songs and fun!

Friday Fun!

Friday, November 6, 13, 20 and 27, 3pm

Children and teens welcome.

Drop in to the library every Friday for an activity and a snack.

Brick Builders

Tuesday, November 17, 4pm

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

The library will provide the LEGOs, you provide the fun! Build, create and share with other LEGO lovers.

Space is limited. First come first served.

Teens

Teen Book Club

Wednesday, November 18, 3pm

Grades 6-12.

Do you like to read? Want to hear what other teens are reading?

Want to learn about hot new books and get copies before they hit the shelves?

Drop in for snacks and conversation and a chance to get free books!

Life After High School

Get A Job! The Intelligent Job Search

Thursday, November 19, 3pm

Presented by Paul Abodeely Keys to Success.

Teens and parents welcome.

Are you a teen looking for a job? Not sure where to start? Come to this fun and helpful class to learn tricks for finding interesting and well-paying employment. Identify your skills and interests, learn how to impress employers, and identify the perfect job.

Game On!

Wednesday, November 25, Noon

Middle and high school ages.

Play video games at the library

Study Zone

Sundays, 2pm

Wednesdays, 3:30pm

When school is in session.

Grades K-12.

Drop in for free homework help from trained volunteer tutors.

Adults

MIND MATTERS

Reducing Holiday Stress Through Meditation

Saturday, November 14, 2pm

Discover a simple, yet powerful meditation technique that can enrich one’s life personally, professionally, spiritually and help with seasonal stress.

While your brain is not a muscle, it does need care, feeding and exercise to keep it in top shape. The 2015 King County Library System adult program series, Mind Matters, offers free programs, classes, tips and reading suggestions to stay sharp. It’s YOUR mind. KCLS can help you take care of it.

www.kcls.org/mindmatters

Drop-in to Learn about eBooks

Thursday, November 19, 7pm

Get started with KCLS eBooks! Bring your eReader, tablet, phone or just your questions.

MIND MATTERS

Faith & Reason: Allies or Enemies?

Saturday, November 21, 2pm

What is the relationship between faith and reason? What do religions tell us about the mind and its role in our lives? Does religion help or hinder the development of critical thinking skills? Dr. Smith will explore these questions using four basic approaches to faith and reason found in philosophical literature and by sharing the story of his own personal journey from fundamentalist to progressive.

While your brain is not a muscle, it does need care, feeding and exercise to keep it in top shape. The 2015 King County Library System adult program series, Mind Matters, offers free programs, classes, tips and reading suggestions to stay sharp. It’s YOUR mind. KCLS can help you take care of it.

www.kcls.org/mindmatters

One-on-One Computer Help

Tuesdays, 1pm

Have computer or software questions? Volunteers are here for you. You may bring your own laptop, but volunteers cannot provide hands-on or hardware assistance.

Talk Time Classes

Saturdays, 11am

Practice speaking English with other English language learners. Learn about American culture and meet people from around the world. Classes are free, join anytime!

VALLEY VIEW LIBRARY

17850 Military Road S., SeaTac 98188

206-242-6044

Children & Families

Family Story Times

Monday, November 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 7pm

Thursday, November 5 and 12, 10am

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

Stories, rhymes, song and dance!

Tweens & Teens

Tween Book Group

Friday, November 13, 2:30pm

Ages 9 to 13.

Do you like to read? Want to hear what other kids are reading? Let’s talk about books! Drop in for conversation, coloring, book-related activities and snacks!

Game On!

Thursday, November 19, 4:30pm

Middle and high school ages.

Play video games at the library!

Study Zone

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6pm

Grades K-12.

Drop in for free homework help from trained volunteer tutors.

Adults

Computer Class: Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 1

Tuesday, November 3, 6:30pm

Discover Excel 2013 for work or home. Learn how tools are organized and put them into action. Must be able to use the mouse and keyboard.

Citizenship Preparation Classes

Wednesday, November 4, 18 and 25, 10am

Learn how to become a United States Citizen. Study for the naturalization test, including civics questions, reading and writing English and practicing your interview skills.

Classes are free, join anytime!

Talk Time Classes

Wednesday, November 4, 18 and 25, 1pm

Practice speaking English with other English language learners. Learn about American culture and meet people from around the world. Classes are free, join anytime!

Computer Class: Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 2

Tuesday, November 17, 6:30pm

Get more from Excel 2013, sort and filter data, use tables and charts. Must have Microsoft Excel Level 1 proficiency.

Valley View Library Book Club

Just One Evil Act Elizabeth George

Tuesday, November 24, 7pm

Join the Valley View Library’s monthly book group for lively literature discussion. All are welcome!

One-on-One Computer Help

Thursdays, Noon

Have computer or software questions? Volunteers are here for you. You may bring your own laptop, but volunteers cannot provide hands-on or hardware assistance.

MIND MATTERS

While your brain is not a muscle, it does need care, feeding and exercise to keep it in top shape. The 2015 King County Library System adult program series, Mind Matters, offers free programs, classes, tips and reading suggestions to stay sharp. It’s YOUR mind. KCLS can help you take care of it.

www.kcls.org/mindmatters

LIBRARY CONNECTION @ SOUTHCENTER

1386 Southcenter Mall, Tukwila 98188

425-226-0522

Children & Families

Family Story Times

Wednesday, November 4 and 18, 10am

Family program, all ages welcome with adult.

Got Game?

Wednesday, November 4, 4pm

Ages 6 to 12 with adult.

Come to the library and enjoy a variety of fun and interactive games. Demonstrate your skills on new and classic board games, master the ring toss, or work with friends on challenging puzzles.

Crafternoon

Monday, November 9, 4pm

Ages 6 to 12 with adult.

Drop-in for crafting!

Adults

MIND MATTERS

While your brain is not a muscle, it does need care, feeding and exercise to keep it in top shape. The 2015 King County Library System adult program series, Mind Matters, offers free programs, classes, tips and reading suggestions to stay sharp. It’s YOUR mind. KCLS can help you take care of it.

www.kcls.org/mindmatters

 

 

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