[Loscho_Enews] Program: Unearthing Kimberly Clark - Historian - David Dilgard

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Thu May 30 08:35:13 PDT 2013


Look for these two programs that were designed with the Everett Public
Library’s Adult Summer Reading Challenge theme Dig Into Reading! in mind:

Unearthing Kimberly Clark

As it was being demolished the Kimberly-Clark plant was often described as
the last vestige of Everett’s smokestack heritage. But centered in the very
heart of the city’s bay front industrial corridor, the site has connections
stretching all the way back to the region’s tribal past, the earliest
peninsular homesteads and the coming of the railroad. At 2 p.m. on
Saturday, June 15th, Everett Public Library historian David Dilgard will
take us on an exploration of pictures and maps that reveal the many-faceted
story of this key spot in the life of “The City of Smokestacks.”


Getting the Dirt on Dirt

All dirt is not created equal.  At 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 22nd, learn
what it takes to maximize the growth potential of your soil.  Master
Gardener Sandy DeLisle will show you how to create compost from yard or
food waste.  One lucky participant will take home the demonstration worm
bin.

Both programs are in the Auditorium at the Main Library in downtown
Everett. All library programs are free and open to the public. Free parking
is available in the Library’s parking garage.


For more information, call 425-257-8000.
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