Miss one of our exciting livestreamed events? Wanna catch up on TLC Talks? Catch the replay at your leisure here! Just click any of the links below.
This year’s District Book Read is Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Casual discussions will begin at the end of January, so pick up your copy today! There are a limited number of free copies available for students at the NSC Library. For more information on the, book, the event, and how to request a copy, click here.
The library’s hours are:
Till Thursday, December 16: 10am t0 4pm
Closed December 20th to 24th
December 27th to 30th: 10am to 2pm
January 3rd: 10am to 2pm
Winter Quarter Hours: M-F 10am to 4pm.
This Saturday, December 11 from 10am to 3pm — Get help with: health plan enrollment, Covid-19 vaccines (kids & adults), ORCA Lift Cards & Subsidized Bus Passes, Seattle Utility Assistance, Basic Food Applications, Health Screenings, and more!
Where? North Seattle College. East Parking Lot. 9600 College Way N. Enter on N 95th St. Bus Routes: 20, 40, 345, 346. Northgate Light Rail & Pedestrian Bridge.
For more info call King County CHAP (800) 756-5437 or visit www.kingcounty.gov/outreach
Join us this Thursday, November 18th at 4pm for an hour of Skribbl.io, the fun, Pictionary-like game that brings out the artist in you!
North Seattle’s LGBTQIA+ affinity group will be holding space for those who have lost their lives due to acts of anti-transgender violence.
We will be honoring their lives by displaying art made by Trans artists and hearing from Trans poets and writers.
When: Friday, November 19th from 12pm to 1pm.
If you are a Trans artist or writer and would like to submit something for this event, please fill out the following form. We’d be honored to feature your work.
On Friday, November 19th, 2021 at noon, we will be holding space for those who have been tragically taken from us due to anti-transgender violence. If you are a member of the Trans community and would like to share your art (including writing, etc), please fill out this short form.
Join us as we learn about and discuss the true history of Thanksgiving with special guest speaker, Professor Cristóbal Borges, PhD.
Tuesday, November 23rd. 3pm to 4pm on Zoom.