Apr 7, 2017
This episode focuses on the role of the North Central Regional Library in building community in North Central Washington. I talk with Angela Morris, the director of public services, about the innovative programs that the regional library system is bringing to the residents of Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Okanogan and Ferry counties.
On Thursday, April 13, NCRL is bringing Cheryl Strayed, the author of Wild and other books to give a free public lecture at the Numerica Performing Arts Center. More than 1,000 seats have been reserved in the hall and auxiliary space. We also discuss Strayed's lecture, the children's programs that are engaging young people and the role of the library system in bringing programming to communities throughout the region. They are creating magic. time attracts kids in communities across North Central Washington