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Yelm Timberland Regional Library
Photo courtesy of Guustaaf Damave

Patricia Noffsinger has placed in the display cases at the Yelm Timberland Library an exhibit to show that needlepoint and embroidery have truly become an artform. Pat reports she is also using the display to gain interest in our area as she forms a local chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild.
The display will run until Aug 31st.
Ms. Noffsinger sells or purchases original artwork online on her site Mixed Medium Art.

Yelm library kicks off summer fun
Summer boredom is a thing of the past because Yelm Timberland Library has kicked off their summer programs.

Among the many opportunities for local youth, Catch the Reading Bug reading program, a book club and Wacky Tuesdays are some of the biggest…

The next activity will be Summer Movie Matinee in the librarys living room.

All ages are invited, and popcorn will be provided, 1-3 p.m., Thursdays, June 26 through July 31…

Typically, many of the adults cannot attend summer events because they are on vacation, said Library Manager Kristin Blalack.

In September, Blalack plans to resume Fireside Talk, a program the library sponsors with the Yelm Historical Society.

Adults sit around talking about the olden days,” quoting the NVN.

Posted by Steve on July 21, 2008 at 7:14 am | Permalink

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