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Community Events

  1. Answering Real World Questions

    May 23, 2018, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Burlington Public Library

    Mount Vernon City Library and Burlington Public Library are teaming up to present a four-part series about Open Data. This series is presented in part by Data Equity for Main Street: Bringing Open Data home through local libraries. Part 1: Defining & Identifying Open Data, Wed. May 2nd from 12-1:30pm at Mount Vernon City Library - Learn what Open Data is and how it can be used to power everyday decision making. Part 2: Locating & Using Open Data, Wed., May 9th from 12-1:30pm at Mount Vernon City Library - Just because Open Data is out there, doesn’t mean it's easy to find. Learn some tips, tricks and pathways to great data sources. Part 3: Telling the Story with Open Data, Wed., May 16th from 9-10am at Burlington Public Library. Part 4: Answering Real World Questions, Wed., May 23rd from 9-10am at Burlington Public Library. This hands on learning lab will focus on how to use open data to answer questions that come up. Take your answers straight from the data.

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  2. Introduction to Shape & Shadow : Free Drawing Workshop (Part 2 of 2)

    May 23, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Mount Vernon City Library

    Dot-Line-Curve-Angle-Circle. That’s all you need to draw. In this basic drawing workshop, you’ll explore the five elements that make up every drawing or painting. You don’t need to be “artistic” to draw. What you need is to be able to break down what you see into these basic elements. Mount Vernon City Library’s own Artist-in-Residence, Betsy Risser, believes art should be fun, relaxing, and part of everyday life.

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  3. City Council Meeting

    May 23, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Police/Court Campus

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Parks & Recreation

  1. Recreation Without Borders: Tunnels, Trails and Ales Trip

    May 23, 2018, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Experience the beauty of Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park in British Columbia. An easy 3 mile loop trail takes us through the famous Othello Tunnels, a series of old train tunnels and bridges that cut through the solid granite walls and pass over the wild Coquihalla River. After a beautiful walk, we will stop at the gorgeous Bridal Veil Falls on our way to Brodeur's Bistro for a no host lunch. Brodeur's features an international selection of beers and hearty meals that will help you nap the rest of the way home.

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  2. Puppy Bootcamp

    May 23, 2018, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Hillcrest Park Recreation Building

    Puppies 12 weeks to 8 months will learn doggie social skills, good manners, and basic commands including: sit, down, stay, leave it, give it, heeling and walking, wait at door, come when called and much more. Hand signals and verbal commands will be taught. Owners will learn how to handle jumping, nipping and biting. Learn the best potty training techniques as well as the most effective and humane ways to stop bad habits from setting in. Puppies will have fun doing confidence building exercises like tunnel runs and "walking the plank." There will be a group play session at the end of class. Clicker training will be demonstrated, but use is optional.

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