The Edmonds community is strong. The proactive response of our local institutions to the COVID-19 pandemic is inspiring. From the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, to the City Council and our Edmonds School District, and ALL of the hardworking community members they represent – everybody is adapting to our changing reality as best they can. Our amazing Edmonds Library is no exception.
The Edmonds Library is one of 23 community libraries in the Sno-Isle Libraries system, which serves 750,500 residents across 2,260 square miles in Snohomish and Island county. As a destination, the Edmonds Library is incredible. The views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains from the library “living room”; the colorful signage; the welcoming staff and volunteers; the diverse collections, engaging programs and ample technology resources; it all adds up to a sense of belonging. Here are a few tips to maintain that connection in the world of social distancing.
Check out Sno-Isle Libraries Community Resources: For service updates, etc. – https://www.sno-isle.org/community-resources/
Access the Online Library: For a world of free resources – https://www.sno-isle.org/online
Book a Librarian: To connect with a library staff member directly –https://www.sno-isle.org/book-a-librarian/
Follow Edmonds Library on social media: To raise our collective voice in support of their phenomenal staff – https://www.sno-isle.org/locations/edmonds/
Check back here weekly: To access resources we are sharing with our Friends members for continued connection. This week’s topic: storytelling!
*A summary of the storytelling tradition of the Tulalip Tribes, provided by the Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve.
*The Moth Story Library – featuring true stories told live by those who’ve experienced them.