Library EVENTS - Brewster & Bridgepport: Nov. 26-Dec. 11


Nov. 26 - Tuesdays

At The Library After School 

(ALTAS) program 

BREWSTER - Join us  at the Brewster Library for our At The Library After School Program, every Tuesday, 3:45-5 p.m. It is geared towards children K-6th grades. Activities include crafts, STEM, games, snacks, and stories. For more, contact  Rebecca Zion at (509) 689-4046 OR email

Nov. 27 - Wednesdays

Toddlers & Waddlers Storytime

BREWSTER - Looking for an exciting way to start off the day for your little ones? Join us at the Brewster Public Library for rhymes, stories and playtime every Wednesday at 11 a.m. For more information, Rebecca Zion at (509) 689-4046, email

Dec. 5

Broadcaster/historian to speak

BREWSTER – Broadcaster and historian Feliks Banel will speak at the Brewster public library at 6 p.m., Dec. 5, as part of a four-stop Humanities Washington tour of North Central Regional Library (NCRL) branches during the first week of December. Banel’s topic, Storm Warning: Historic Weather in the Evergreen State will address Washington state’s darkest weather days and most famous storms, said NCRL Communications Manager Michelle McNiel in a media release. With the aid of archival photos and media clips Banel will take his audience back in time to relive stories of those who survived some of the Pacific Northwest’s worst weather events in recorded history. Banel will also appear at NCRL branches in Manson at 5 p.m., Dec. 4; Curlew at 6 p.m., Dec. 6; and Oroville at 2 p.m., Dec. 7.

Dec. 11 - will not meet on Dec. 25

Teens At The Library 

BREWSTER - Join us for our Teens At The Library Program (TATL), geared towards teens ages 12 and up, every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at the Brewster Library, 5-6 p.m. Each meeting we will host programs requested by teens. Activities include games, crafts, STEM, and special programs just for teens. 

For more, contact Rebecca Zion at  509-689-4046 or email

 About North Central Regional Library (NCRL):  NCRL is a rural library district with 30 branch libraries, a couple of bookmobiles, and a mail  order library serving five counties. Established in 1960, NCRL currently has a collection of more  than 700,000 books and other materials. The library district maintains this wonderful collection  and provides the staff for each branch. The mission of the North Central Regional Library is to  promote reading and lifelong learning.

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