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  1. Skagit Valley Stories: Latino farmers share their experiences

    April 2, 2020, 6:30 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Celebrate the diversity and farming traditions of the Skagit Valley! Come hear local farmers from Viva Farms share their stories about being Latino and a farmer in Skagit Valley.

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  2. Teen AniManga Club

    April 14, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Join us on (usually) the second Tuesday of each month as we geek out on all things Manga and Anime. Play games, eat snacks, listen to music, and watch videos. If you are a Japanese culture fan, this club is for you. No registration required. Teens 12-18 only. Please also note the time change - now 4pm.

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  3. Teen Fandom Club

    April 28, 2020, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Are you a fan of Doctor Who, Harry Potter, Voltron, Disney, Pokemon, K-Pop, YouTubers, Star Wars, or other fictional worlds? Then join us on the fourth Tuesday of the month for Teen Fandom Club! Play geeky games, watch videos, listen to music, write fan fiction, create fan art, and discuss your favorite fandoms with other fans. All fandoms are welcome and cosplay is encouraged! No registration required. Ages 12-18 only. Please also note the time change - now 4pm.

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  4. An Introduction to Citizen Science with Skagit Land Trust

    April 28, 2020, 6:30 PM @ Burlington Public Library

    Learn about Skagit Land Trust's annual egg mass survey, the great blue heron monitoring project, and other Citizen Science programs. Public participation in science is a great way to learn new things and give back to the community!

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