2018 Tax Preparation

2018 Tax Preparation

Following the most expansive tax law changes in 30 years, the IRS created a shorter, simpler Form 1040 for the 2019 tax season. The new Form 1040 will replace the current Form 1040 as well as the Form 1040A and the Form 1040EZ. The new Form 1040 uses a “building block” approach, in which the … Read More

Climate Change: What Can We Do?

Climate Change: What Can We Do?

Hosted by Professor Paul Loubere, this four-part series takes place Monday evenings in March and explores the ways we can reduce global warming at personal, local and national levels. Additional Resources March 4 – Find out where CO2 comes from and where it goes, sources of CO2 emissions, discretionary vs. structural emissions, and our own carbon … Read More

Inquiring Mind Lecture Series

Inquiring Mind Lecture Series

  In large and small towns throughout the state, Humanities Washington is restoring the town square. Their events and programs are led by cultural experts, scholars, and storytellers, who discuss everything from Washington State history to philosophy to current social issues. People come together to explore and consider what it means to be human, and … Read More

Farming Film Festival

Farming Film Festival

  Find out how regenerative farming is part of the climate change solution and global earth repair. Inspiring films about farmers working with and restoring ecosystems. Local efforts will be highlighted in discussion after each film. The Farming Film Festival is followed by the Global Earth Repair Conference, May 3-5, 2019. FILM SHOWINGS 1:00 pm … Read More

Trivia Nights

Trivia Nights

  Books on Tap Trivia Night at Finnriver Cidery Fridays – 6:30 to 8:30 pm November 9, December 14, January 11, February 15 Test your knowledge of books, film, and pop culture during an evening of trivia, food and cider. Bring friends and form a team or fly solo and we’ll find a team for you. … Read More

Holiday Happenings

Holiday Happenings

December 1 thru December 12 – Homes for the Holidays: Gingerbread House Making Contest Bakers and crafters of all ages and abilities are invited to design and build their own edible creation! Structure may be built out of gingerbread, graham crackers, candy, frosting, or anything you like, and the base should be no larger than … Read More

Art & Music Meditation for Adults

Art & Music Meditation for Adults

Start your day in peace and contemplation as you let your thoughts and your paintbrush flow freely. Enjoy a short inspirational reading, and then create, mix colors, and let art take shape while listening to peaceful music. Art supplies will be provided, but space is limited. Please sign up at the library or call 385-6544 … Read More

Homes for the Holidays: Gingerbread House Making Contest

Homes for the Holidays: Gingerbread House Making Contest

Bakers and crafters of all ages and abilities are invited to design and build their own edible creation! Structure may be built out of gingerbread, graham crackers, candy, frosting, or anything you like, and the base should be no larger than 12” x 12” in size. Submit your entry between December 1st and 12:00 pm, … Read More

Election & Voter Information

Election & Voter Information

Voters Guide Access the 2018 General Election Guide online. Jefferson County Auditor – Elections Find local information about elections and voting. Secretary of State Elections & Voting Information  Information on voting in Washington from the Secretary of State. Find Your Legislator Find your legislative district, statewide and congressional district maps, and information about your legislator. … Read More

Poets in Conversation

Poets in Conversation

Join Pacific Northwest poets Holly Hughes and Ed Harkness as they read from their work, then engage them in conversation as they discuss their lives and their writing journeys. Holly is the author of the fine art chapbook Passings, The Pen and the Bell: Mindful Writing in a Busy World and Sailing by Ravens.  Ed is … Read More