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Mapping the West
Robert Hamm will present an Oregon Chautauqua program: Mapping the West: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Cartography on Saturday, April 7 at 3 pm. He will trace the development of maps of the U.S. West, illustrating how the political, social, and cultural contexts of the times influenced the mapmakers’ art and science. Robert has collected historic maps for nearly 20 years, and will share his passion for historic cartography as well as examples from his collection to illustrate his talk. This FREE program is funded by the Oregon Council for the Humanities (OCH).
Local author Teri Jensen-Brosh will speak at 7 pm on Thursday, April 19 about the remarkable experiences that led to her book, The Publisher’s Daughter. During more than 40 years of reporting and editing, Teri has covered many fascinating stories, most of which have appeared in newspapers throughout the state of Oregon. She has received over 70 national and state awards for writing, photography, and design. Don’t miss this evening of fun conversation and book signing.
Owl Book Club
The book selection is Daughter of Fortune by Isabel Allende. The next meeting will be on Friday, April 27 at 10:30 am. Newcomers always welcome!
The Great Match will be shown on Wednesday, April 25 at 6:30
pm, FREE. Adults aged 18 and over are invited to view this film and
enjoy a lively discussion after the showing.
Summer Reading “Want” List
We’re looking for: Legos (any amount) for a future Lego-rama. Small broken appliances and machines for our “Take It Apart” event. (We can not accept TVs, computers, printers, microwaves). Questions – check with the Youth Services desk.
Second Edition Resale Shop
50% OFF Easter decor, bunnies and baskets April 3 to April 7. The shop will have Prom Dresses starting April 17 and Graduation gifts starting April 24. Second Edition is an ongoing fundraiser for the library. Shop is at the east end of the library.
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