Bullet Journaling | Opening Act(ivity)

Hello! My name is Lisa and I usually host the Opening Act(ivity) program on Wednesday mornings at Northtown. Now that it is getting darker, it is getting more and more difficult to get motivated in the morning. I recently learned … Continued →


Spooky Season Recommendation Roundup!

We are all looking for the most fun ways to celebrate Halloween safely. Here’s a roundup of recommended ideas and links from public health experts: Decorate both the inside and outside your house, apartment, or living space and share photos … Continued →


Coffee or Crafting | Opening Act(ivity)

Coffee or Crafting:  How about both? Here is a way to enjoy your cup of joe with a splash of creativity. I’m a fan of using different items to create art. For today’s activity, we will be using watercolor paper, … Continued →


Memorable Trips | Opening (Act)ivity

              I’m Lisa from the Northtown Library. I usually host the Opening Act(ivity) program on Wednesday mornings, though today we are bringing the activity to you! Today’s activity has to do with travel. I … Continued →


Quilting Ideas | Opening Act(ivity)

My name is Lisa and I work at the Northtown Library. I host the Opening Act(ivity) program typically every Wednesday mornings. Since we are closed for now, we are bringing the Opening Act(ivity) to you! For today’s activity, I want … Continued →


eBook Bingo

Explore free ebooks from Spokane Public Library, all summer long. Start by downloading the Libby app to download eBooks on the go and play book bingo with your friends and family!


Napkin Roses | Opening Act(ivity)

Want to learn how to make a napkin rose? Learn with our Northtown staff as they present this Opening Act(ivity). This program is usually held at Northtown on Monday mornings but while we are closed, we are bringing the activities … Continued →


Concrete Poetry | Opening Act(ivity)

Hi, my name is Lisa. I host the Opening Act(ivity) program at the Northtown Branch. Today’s activity is writing a concrete poem using Shakespeare or a favorite author. Concrete poetry—sometimes also called ‘shape poetry‘—is poetry whose visual appearance matches the topic of the poem. … Continued →


Juneteenth | Resources and Book List

                      Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth Juneteenth 2020: Justice, Freedom, Democracy (National Virtual Celebration) National Museum of African American History & Culture Virtual Celebration Spokane Juneteenth (Virtual) We Were Eight Years in … Continued →