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Deming Library

5044 Mt. Baker Hwy., Deming, WA

Phone:
1-(360)-305-3600

Website:
www.wcls.org/Deming-Branch-News/

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Learn to Grow Organic Fruit

Gardening

You can grow tree fruits and berries using organic practices, even in our challenging climate. Learn how to keep your trees and berry plants healthy and productive. This workshop will cover the most common pest and disease issues in our area, and how to deal with them effectively. Other topics will include soil and weed management and use of compost and mulches in fruit growing.

Information:

• Sat 2/3/18 at 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Artist Chat with Ken Speer

Art Talk, Art Show, Painting

Join artist Ken Speer for an informal discussion about his work displayed at the Deming Library. The art show "Trees Dreaming in Dharma" will be on exhibit in the Deming Library meeting room from January 18 through March 3.

Information:

• Sat 2/10/18 at 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Think and Drink: I Was There

Community Event

Join us for a night of remembering the 1999 Seattle WTO protests. Did you go? How did it affect you? To tell your story or show photos from the protests, contact the Deming Library. It will be a time for sharing thoughts about this historical event from those who were there. Atwood Ales and Vartanyan Estate Wines available for purchase. This program held in conjunction with Whatcom READS. Event held at the Van Zandt Community Hall, 5465 Potter Rd.

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• Sat 2/10/18 at 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The 3rd Annual Mock and Maher: a Concert of Friends

A cappella, Folk, Concert

Join folk icon Dan Maher and local a cappella trio Mockingbird for a winter afternoon of good music to nourish the soul. For all ages.

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• Sun 2/18/18 at 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Whatcom READS: Digging Deeper with Sunil Yapa

Talks/Lectures

Join author Sunil Yapa for an evening discussion of five books that have had a strong influence on him and his work. For more information about Whatcom READS, please visit www.whatcomreads.org

Information:

• Thu 3/8/18 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM