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Grand Opening at Surprise Lake

Inline Be among the first to visit Milton/Edgewood Library in its new location. You are invited to the grand opening celebration at Surprise Lake Square, 900 Meridian Ave. E., Suite 28, Milton, on Thursday, Jan. 13, at 4 p.m. Prepare to be surprised! Read more » Hr

University Place Library Readies for Move

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While you continue to visit University Place Library at its current location, mark your calendar for the grand opening of your new University Place Library at the Civic and Library Building, 3609 Market Place W., on Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, at 12 p.m. You are invited! Read more »

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'Tis the Season

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In this season of giving, please remember the Library when making your charitable gifts. The Library Foundation helps fund programs for underserved people in our community, bringing literacy and learning experiences to every corner of Pierce County. You can make a gift online today! Read more »

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Free Downloads for Your Holiday Technology Gifts

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If you are giving or getting technology gifts this holiday season, you may want to check out how your gift can give even more with free offerings from Pierce County Library System. You can download free audiobooks and e-books with many devices. Read more »

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University Place Library Campaign on Facebook

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Connect with the University Place Library Campaign on Facebook and get of-the-moment reports on the latest happenings, see construction photos and learn where the committee will be around town. Join us in counting down to the Feb. 12 grand opening. Login to Facebook and like us here »

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One E-Reader and 6,219 Human Readers 

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Pierce County Library System welcomed 6,219 new card holders who signed up for free library cards during the Library’s fourth annual card drive. During the card drive, people could enter to win a Sony Reader, a gift from Pierce County Library Foundation. Kathy Soden, of South Hill, is the proud winner of the Reader. Read more »