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Meet Pierce County READS Author Timothy Egan

Inline Timothy Egan, author the Pierce County READS selected book, "The Big Burn," has won the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and Pacific Northwest Booksellers award. He will speak and sign books during a free event at Clover Park Technical College on April 30. Read more » Hr

Download Music for Free

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With your Pierce County Library card, download up to three songs per week and keep the songs permanently. Downloading of songs is completely free and legal. Downloads include more than 500,000 songs that span 100 music genres and 50 record labels. New music is added to the collection daily. Read more »

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Welcome New Foundation Board Members

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The Pierce County Library Foundation Board of Directors has welcomed two new members since the start of 2011. Jane O'Neal and Shelia Winston have joined the board and are enthusiastic supporters of the Library. Read more »

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Fife Library Plans Moving Forward

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The Library System is delivering more than previously promised to the Fife community—a permanent standalone library, versus a temporary rented space. The Library plans to open the Fife Library in late fall 2011. The 6,000 square foot library will offer full library services. Read more »

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KeyBank Foundation Supports Pierce County READS

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Steve Maxwell, President of KeyBank South Puget Sound District, believes that reading has never been more fundamental to achieving financial independence, succeeding in business and gaining a greater understanding of our world. He says, "For me, reading is a priority. It’s in that spirit that the KeyBank Foundation takes pride in supporting Pierce County READS." Read more »

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Find Friends at the Library

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No one can have too many friends, including Pierce County Library System. Friends of the Library groups support their community library in many ways, from raising funds through book sales and other activities, to advocating and raising awareness of library services, needs and goals in the community. Being a Friend is a chance to help your local library better serve its community. Read more »

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