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625 NE 4th Avenue
Camas, Washington 98607
360.834.4692

UPCOMING EVENTS:  

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 Events for Kids
Events for Teens 

Events for Adults
Feb 22  Simply Write: A writer's support group. Every fourth Thursday of the month from 5:30-7:30 pm.
Feb 24 Healthy Aging Class: Learn about "Ayurveda: The Science of Life" at 10:30 am.
Feb 24 Black Women in History Double Feature: Celebrate Black History Month with two movies that celebrate the achievements of African American Women. 1pm: Hidden Figures (rated PG). 3:30pm: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (rated TV-MA). Popcorn provided!
Feb 26 Take Better Pictures: Increase your photography skills at 1:30 pm. Presented by local photographer Robert Sanford.
Feb 28 Great Decisions 2018: A grass-roots foreign policy discussion group, held on the last Wednesday of the month from 1:30-3:30 pm.
Mar 2 Dr. Seuss's Birthday: A birthday celebration with treats, crafts & fun from 4-5 pm. For ages Preschool - 2nd Grade.
Mar 3 Bee Club: A place to discuss beekeeping techniques, philosophy, activism, and more. Held on the first Saturday of each month from 10 am - noon. 
Mar 7 Teen Zine Club:  Join us in the Teen Room to work on zines, comics, artist books, or other paper projects in the library. Grades 7-12 welcome. Every first Wednesday at 3-5 pm.
Mar 8 Forever Young Book Discussion Group: For adults who love to read young adult books; everyone reads a different book. Every second Thursday at 6 pm at Starbucks on 192nd.
Mar 9 Teen Overnight Movie Marathon Lock-In! For middle and high schoolers. Begins: Friday, March 9th at 5 p.m. (sharp), Ends: Saturday, March 10th at 8 a.m. Sign up REQUIRED, 360-834-4692. Turn in the permission slip to the Camas Library or Jillane Baros at Liberty Middle School by Tuesday, March 6th. Limit of 25 teens. Teens must stay for the whole event. Vote for and watch movies all night long! Other activities: trivia games with prizes and a tour of the basement at midnight. We will have a ratio of 5:1 teen to adult chaperones. Donuts and juice will be provided for breakfast. Teens should bring: sleeping bag, pillow/extra pillows, pajamas, air mattress ok, flashlight, dinner, snacks.
Mar 10 Healthy Aging Class: Learn about the "History of the Human Diet and What It Says About Healthy Aging" at 10:30 am.
Mar 12 Matthew Erlich: Son of an Auschwitz Survivor: Come listen to the story of his mother’s survival during the Holocaust at 6:30 pm. Matthew Erlich is a Speaker from the Holocost Center for Humanity.  
Mar 16 Holocost Studies: A series of talks covering various historical and current relevant topics at 1 pm. Presented by retired Camas High School teacher, Hannelore Tweed. Mrs. Tweed will cover all aspects of the Holocaust, from life before the Holocaust to Genocide in 2018.
Mar 16 Board Game Night for Adults: Monthly game night for 18+ to play games and socialize. Games are provided, but your games are welcome. From 6:30 - 9:30 pm.
Mar 17 Healthy Aging Class: Learn about "Nutrition, Digestion, and Aging" at 10:30 am.
Mar 21 Club K3: Fun activities for grades K-3! Parents, please stay with your child. From 3 - 4 pm. Upcoming dates: March 21st, April 18th, May 16th.
Mar 21 Nutrition Education: Learn about Gluten-Free Living presented by Daniele Della Valle at 6:45 pm. 
Mar 23 Holocost Studies: A series of talks covering various historical and current relevant topics at 1 pm. Presented by retired Camas High School teacher, Hannelore Tweed. Mrs. Tweed will cover all aspects of the Holocaust, from life before the Holocaust to Genocide in 2018.
Mar 24 Healthy Aging Class: Learn about "Meditation & Contemplation: Maintaining Your Confidence As You Age" at 10:30 am.
Mar 30 Holocost Studies: A series of talks covering various historical and current relevant topics at 1 pm. Presented by retired Camas High School teacher, Hannelore Tweed. Mrs. Tweed will cover all aspects of the Holocaust, from life before the Holocaust to Genocide in 2018.
  Weekly
  Crochet Club: For all ages, elementary-aged children please attend with an adult. Meets every Thursday from 3 - 4:30 pm in the Teen Room.
  Sit & Stitch: A drop in time for adults, to come together and knit, crochet, embroider, etc. Every Saturday through March 1-5:30 by the fireplace.
  Storytimes: Join us every weekday for storytimes in the library! See our storytime list for times. * New Korean Storytime, Mondays at 2:30 pm *
  Read to the Dog: Kids, come read to Cooper, the Bernese Mountain Dog. Sign-up required. Call 360-834-4692 or come to the library to sign up.
  English Conversation Club: A casual gathering of ESL speakers. 12:30-2pm every Tuesday.

Many of our programs are generously sponsored in part by The Friends and Foundation of the Camas Library (FFCL).

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