October 5: Wilderness and Writing, an author panel with local authors Peter Donahue, Chris Solomon and Sam Lucy, and Stehekin author Ana Maria Spagna, facilitated by Ashley Ahearn.
November 2: Libraries and Rural Economic Development, Ed Marquand from Mighty Tieton. Don't miss this important conversation about the role of libraries in communities and economic development with an expert in both.
December 7: The Vital Role of Libraries in Community in the 21st Century, Ray Johnston. Architect Ray Johnston and his wife Mary were behind the incredible effort for Seattle Public libraries called Libraries for All. Come to hear and discuss the ways libraries fill critical roles in building community in today's world.
book and bake sale november 10 in the red barn
poetry slam, November 9 at the taphouse
Saturday Dec 22, 2-4: The Night Before Christmas- Mazama
Special FoWL sponsored events:
Calligraphy workshop: July 15, 6:30-8:30 PM and TwispWorks Education Center, RSVPs clayandink.com/workshops. Junior High and older.
Beginning book binding workshop: August 26, 10-12, with Jim Hinz
Winthrop Library Summer Reading Program 2018 Theme: “Libraries Rock”
Bushwick Northwest Variety Show: Enjoy songs based on the stories and characters from your favorite books, Monday, June 18, at 3 pm, Winthrop Library Free, For more info call 996-2685
Knights of Veritas: Authentic knights in full armour demonstrate medieval weaponry and combat,
Friday, June 22, at 3:30 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, For more info call 996-2685
Stream Exploration with the Okanogan Conservation District: Build creeks, explore water flow and design a ranch or town with a hands-on stream simulation table.
Thursday, June 28, at 2 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, For more info call 996-2685
Puppet Show: Extra large puppets and funny stories for all ages, Friday July 6, at 2 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, For more info call 996-2685
Electric Experiments: Enjoy hands on activities with electricity wizard Bob Bauer from the Chelan County PUD and learn how transfers and circuits work. Tuesday, July 10, at 2 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, For more info call 996-2685
Puppet Show: Great for the whole family, Tuesday, July 17, at 2 pm Winthrop Library, Free,
Teen Karaoke Party: Rock out with your friends to pop, rock and more, Thursday, July 19, 4 pm
Winthrop Library, Free, call 996-2685
Rattlesnakes and a Rubber Boa: Meet some live, local snakes with Forest Service expert, John Rohrer, Wednesday, July 25, 2 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, call 996-2685
Eric Ode, children's author, poet and award-winning songwriter presents “Any Way You Rock It”. Friday, July 27, at 4 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, call 996-2685
Ainer Spicer, bilingual librarian, presents “Rocker Birds” a hands-on program in English and Spanish, Wednesday, Aug. 1, at 2 pm, Winthrop Library, call 996-2685
Science of Sound: See sound as well as hear it; Dance to fun beats and join a band.
Thursday, Aug. 9, at 3 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, call 996-2685
Puppet Show: Fun and funny puppets, Wednesday, Aug. 15, at 2 pm, Winthrop Library, Free,
Magic Show with Alex Nicolazzo: Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 3 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, Call 996-2685
Summer Reading Program Party: Crafts, prizes and refreshments, Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 3 pm, Winthrop Library, Free, call 996-2685
April 20, Poetry Slam
June, Scholarships for graduating LBHS seniors!
February 20: Library Art Project with Methow Arts and Methow Valley Elementary School
APRIL 20: Poetry Slam
Late-Winter Essay Contest
Scholarship for graduating LBHS student
Annual Volunteer Appreciation Brunch
June 26th, 2017 was the first annual Friends of the Winthrop Library Volunteer Brunch at the Winthrop Park. THANK YOU to Sally, Gloria, and all of our amazing volunteers!
fourth of july parade! (scroll through)
The Fall 2017 Book and Bake Sale! (SCROLL THROUGH)
FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL POETRY SLAM! (SCROLL THROUGH)
December: Night Before Christmas event in Mazama (Scroll through)