NOLS, Clallam Resiliency Project to stream panel discussing early childhood education documentary

PORT ANGELES — The North Olympic Library System and the Clallam Resiliency Project will stream a panel discussion about the documentary “No Small Matter” at noon Thursday.

The film, which explores the importance of early childhood education, will be available to watch online from today through Thursday.

The panelists include Anna King, early childhood education at Peninsula College; Bonnie Schmidt, Little Rhythms Learning Center; Jennifer Lu’Becke, West End youth librarian; Mary Budke, Boys and Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula; and Representative Mike Chapman, 24th Legislative District.

Registration, at, is required to view the film and to receive the codes for the panel discussion on Zoom.

For more information or to submit a question to the panel, email [email protected].

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