Tuality Health Resource Center

Judith Hayes, Medical Librarian
334 SE 8th Ave.
Hillsboro, OR 97123-9019
(503) 681-1702
Mon, Tue, Thu 11-3; Wed & Fri 1-5
Sat & Sun

Looking for answers to medical and health questions? The Tuality Health Information Resource Center can help. Sponsored by the Tuality Healthcare Foundation, this free consumer health library is located in the Tuality Health Education Center. It features books, pamphlets, magazines, slides tapes, videos and models--all related to health and available to the public for checkout. Because THRC is an associated academic library of WCCLS, patrons can also search for and request materials by using the WCCLS catalog, either on-line or at their nearest WCCLS member library. To contact our librarian, or for more information, call 503-681-1702


2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Tualatin Heritage Center: Art of the Story Festival Presents Chetter GallowayDate/Time: Sun, 04/12/2015 - 2:00pmFree at the Tualatin Heritage Center A Tale of a Few Tricksters: Chetter GallowayOne sneaky, one clever, one greedy, one wise, these characters are like birds of a feather whose stories flock together.Chetter Galloway is a storyteller whose focus is on African and African-American tales. Originally from Suffolk, Virginia, he now calls Portland, Oregon home. Chetter is an accomplished interpreter of living history and has also worked as a museum curator and educator, developing educational outreach programs for schools.Chetter began his storytelling career at Carters Groves Historic Site in Colonial Williamsburg, where he told the stories of the lives of free and enslaved Africans in the 18th century. He continued this work Historic Brattonsville in Rock Hill, South Carolina and the Atlanta History Center, and has gone on to engage audiences at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival; Martin Luther King Jr., National Historic Site; The National Association of Black Storytellers Festival; The National Black Arts Festival; The National Storytelling Conference; The Smithsonian; and on CNN.In 2003, Chetter entered East Tennessee State University’s Masters of Storytelling Program. While at ETSU, Chetter honed his craft and developed a one man piece, “Free at Last, Not let me Fly,” that he adapted into an educational school assembly program.Since 2014, Chetter has quickly become involved in the local storytelling scene. He is an active member of the Portland Storytellers Guild, has performed with the Portland Story Theater Urban Tellers, and at the Walters Cultural Arts Center.This event is free and for adults and children ages 6+.This year, Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) hosts its 11th Annual Storytelling Festival — Art of the Story April 11-18. The week-long storytelling extravaganza features seventeen storytelling performances throughout Washington County.Performers in this year's festival include both local and national storytellers - Judith Black, Sam Payne, Kuniko Yamamoto, Chetter Galloway, and performers from Portland's Brody Theater company.All events are free. Please call 503-846-3222 no less than 3 business days prior to an event to schedule assistive listening devices or sign language interpreters.This program is supported in part by the Friends of the Tualatin Library. Thank you Friends!Location8700 SW Sweek DriveTualatin, OR 97062United StatesSee map: Google Maps