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First Tuesdays at 11am. Who are you? Discover the answer at the Lopez Library!

Join Lopez Library’s  Librarian Lou Pray and genealogy expert Georgeana Cook (Breadcrumbs) for Beginning Genealogy.  Get started learning the basics.  Bring your laptop for assistance with the library’s ancestry.com tool.  It’s fun, informative and easier to get started than you may know! Free to all. For more information call the library at 360-468-2265 or email…Read more

The zines are here! Zine Week at the Lopez Library

What are zines?  Zines are alternative and radical literature, comix, and independent publications. Pronounced “zeen” – short for magazine or fanzine.  Anyone can publish a zine, including YOU! Got a topic you love? Got something to say about it? Come make zines with us!  Open to all adults and teens. October 16th – 27th Stop…Read more

Spooky Stories for Adults – Friday the 13th, 6pm

This Friday the 13th, come to the Lopez Library fireside at closing time (6pm) to hear or read a spooky tale. Each reader will have 5 – 7 minutes to thrill the audience with their tale. Share a classic ghost story that you love or tell your own bone-chilling tale. Optional writing prompt: “When the…Read more

Kazuo Ishiguro wins the Nobel Prize

The author Kazuo Ishiguro is awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature. Come by the library today to check out our collection of books by Kazuo Ishiguro.  Find out yourself why he won the prize!  You can listen to a 7-minute Nobel interview with the author below.