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Richland Public Library
2012-10-11T3:30 PMOctober 11, 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
@ Children's Department
Mazy is a registered Therapy Dog. She loves kids and stories. Please come read to her.
2012-10-11T2:00 PMOctober 11, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
@ Next to the Teen Computers
Bring your iPad, Nook, Kindle, or whatever device you have, and learn step by step how to download books to your reader. Please make sure your device is fully charged, and make sure to bring any cables or connectors required. 21st Century reading is just a few clicks away!
2012-10-11T6:30 PMOctober 11, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
@ Conference Room B
Open mic night is an outlet for local poets to share their work with other poets and sometimes the general public. We have a round robin format, each poet reads one poem each round, (please shorter works) until our time is up. There are a number of talented poets locally writing in a variety of styles and it is always an interesting and enjoyable evening.
2012-10-11T7:00 PMOctober 11, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Photographer John Marshall will lead a discussion on the past philosophies and future policies regarding forest fire management in Eastern Washington. Lightning strikes and Native Americans historically ignited many small fires, resulting in open forests with a rich mosaic of wildlife habitats. As Europeans settled the area, many began to argue for the vigilant prevention of wildfires. For half a century, the U.S. Forest Service battled all fires and invented Smokey Bear, a character that spread the discredited notion that all fire is bad. Now fires are larger and hotter as forests have grown into living tinderboxes. All of Eastern Washington’s vulnerable forests will inevitably burn. The question for us is: How do we want them to burn?