All Summer Reading Events

Sponsoring Library: Banks Public Library

  • 6/18/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Banks Public Library: Help us kick off our summer reading program! Come and watch our favorite clown and laugh until your tummy hurts.

  • 6/25/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Banks Public Library: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record Holder.

  • 7/9/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Greenville City Park: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball, soccer, perform skits and show off their world class Frisbee skills. This event will be held at Greenville City Park in Banks, Oregon

  • 7/16/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Banks Public Library: A high energy, very funny, one man variety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling and comedy magic! Perfect for the whole family.

  • 7/23/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Banks Public Library: Come and learn how bees are superheroes, too! There will be a presentation on beekeeping followed by hands-on learning stations. Stations include products of the hive, beekeeping tools, plants pollinated by honey bees, flower seed planting, a pollination station, honey bee board games, and coloring sheets.

  • 7/23/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Banks Public Library: Discover the process of creating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and 'inking'' contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged.

  • 7/30/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Banks Public Library: Rhys Thomasshares the world class comedy and circus tricks and love for learning that hedeveloped here in beautiful Oregon with “hilarity and dexterity”.

Sponsoring Library: Beaverton City Library

  • 6/4/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Bharatha Natyam is one of India's oldest classical dance forms, and is very popular both within India and abroad. Come and learn about this dance form with author and award-winning dancer Jayanthi Raman, and see a short presentation of this dance form. Two books by Jayanthi Raman- available for purchase at the event, along with an author-signing:1. Bharatha Natyam-The Dance of India: Demystified for Global Audience. Foreword by Brian Rogers, Director, Oregon Arts Commission2. Bharatha Natyam-The Dance of India: Grammar and Technique. Foreword by Smt Nagamani Srinivasa Rao, Director, Bharatha Darshana

  • 6/17/2015

    12:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Local magician Bob Eaton will amaze you with his incredible magic tricks! All ages with family.

  • 6/17/2015

    2:00 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Local magician Bob Eaton will amaze you with his incredible magic tricks! All ages with family.

  • 6/18/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: What in the world?!? Have a travel story to share? Want to hear others’ stories of travel, from adventure to comedy to mishap? The Beaverton City Library Story Slam is an open mic, friendly storytelling competition. Potential storytellers will put their names in a hat. Names will be picked from the hat and those chosen will take the stage to tell their true, personal, 5-8 minute story. Come put your name in the hat to tell a story or just to enjoy the show! Stories must be told from memory. Winner receives a 10 dollar Powell’s Gift Certificate. Free and open to the public. Potential Storytellers should arrive 15 minutes early to speak with the event host about their planned story.

  • 6/22/2015

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Summer is finally here! Celebrate summer with crafts at the library! Ages 2-12 with family.

  • 6/23/2015

    10:30 AM to 11:30 AM - Beaverton City Library Main: Grab your sandals and come to the library for dancing and a craft! Ages 0-6 with family. Drop-in.

  • 6/24/2015

    12:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: With the energy of 1000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder, voted Seattle's Funniest Prop Comic. All ages with family.

  • 6/24/2015

    2:00 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: With the energy of 1000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder, voted Seattle's Funniest Prop Comic. All ages with family.

  • 6/24/2015

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Help create a superhero mural made out of skittles to hang above the Graphic Novels section in the Teen Room! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

  • 6/26/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Watch a newer, popular superhero movie & do an activity related to the film! Snacks will be provided! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

  • 6/30/2015

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Enjoy a super storytime and learn the science behind some of your favorite superheroes! Ages 2-8 with family.

  • 7/3/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Watch a newer, popular superhero movie & do an activity related to the film! Snacks will be provided! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

  • 7/17/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Watch a newer, popular superhero movie & do an activity related to the film! Snacks will be provided! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

  • 8/14/2015

    3:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Meeting Rooms A&B: Batman or Spider-man? Super Man or Captain America? Celebrate Marvel AND D.C. comics with themed crafts, games, snacks, trivia and more. Come dressed up as your favorite hero for a chance to win a prize! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

  • 8/19/2015

    4:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Help create a superhero mural made out of skittles to hang above the Graphic Novels section in the Teen Room! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

  • 8/21/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Beaverton City Library Main: Watch a newer, popular superhero movie & do an activity related to the film! Snacks will be provided! Grades 6-12. Drop-off.

Sponsoring Library: Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls

  • 6/14/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls: Do you have what it takes to be a superhero? Come find out! Ages 4-10 with family. Drop-in.

  • 6/16/2015

    10:00 AM - Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls: Local magician Bob Eaton will amaze you with his incredible magic tricks! All ages with family.

  • 6/23/2015

    10:00 AM - Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls: With the energy of 1,000 suns, the Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Alex Zerbe is a two-time Guinness World Record holder and was voted Seattle's Funniest Prop Comic. All ages with family.

  • 6/30/2015

    10:00 AM - Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls: Join us for puppets, trolls and a super goat in the Three Bill Goats Gruff! All ages with family.

Sponsoring Library: Cedar Mill Community Library

  • 6/6/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Kick off the Summer Reading season with a performance by Portland Taiko on Saturday, June 6, at 1:00 PM in CML's 2nd floor community room. This event includes audience participation and will appeal to all ages.

  • 6/13/2015

    10:30 AM to 12:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Are you a doodler? Do you Zentangle too? See a short introduction video and try it yourself. No artistic talent required. All drawing materials supplied. Free event for ages 11-18 only.

  • 6/13/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Compete in our Super Smash Bros. WiiU tournament or play our other console games. Bring your games and swap with other players as well. Free event for ages 11-18.

  • 6/18/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 6/19/2015

    10:30 AM to 12:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in between 10:30 - 12:00 to build and play with blocks and other materials.Friday, June 19 Saturday, July 11

  • 6/20/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:30 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Classical Indian Dance instructor Jayanthi Raman discusses her newly released book, The Dance of India Demystified for a Global Audience. The author talk will be followed by a dance demonstration performed by Raman's students.The classical dance form Bharatha Natyam is one of India's oldest classical dance forms and most popular dance form in India and around the world. The art has been receiving international recognition as one of the main world dance forms. Gaining much of this knowledge from the Gurus of Indian dance as an oral tradition in the Kalakshetra lineage, Raman has structured the knowledge into a written format. Having the experience of being a cultural ambassador of her art form and culture, Raman has also brought much of the information in these books from research done for her lectures, master classes and workshops presented over the years.

  • 6/22/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/23/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/24/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/24/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Teens will learn the ancient craft of feltmaking by making a fun campy project. Feltmaking is a traditional craft that pre-dates weaving. Using only raw wool, soapy water and the agitation of our hands, each teen will make a faux nori roll that will be cut up into many pieces of colorful sushi. Free event for ages 11-18.

  • 6/25/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 6/25/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/26/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 10, July 17, July 24, and July 31.

  • 6/26/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/27/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/28/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: SuperheroPhoto booth: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided tocreate fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card,try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera tocapture your creations.

  • 6/29/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 6/29/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Tell the librarian how many superheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 6/30/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 6/30/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Tell the librarian how many superheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/1/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/1/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Tell the librarian how many superheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/2/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/2/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 7/2/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Tell the librarian how many superheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/3/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/3/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Tell the librarian how many superheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/5/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/5/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Tell the librarian how many superheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/8/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Cedar Mill Bible Church, 12208 NW Cornell Rd, Portland OR 97229: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball,soccer, perform skits & show off their world class Frisbee skills! This library program will be held at the Cedar Mill Bible Church.

  • 7/8/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Discover the process of creating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and 'inking' contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged! Please contact the Cedar Mill Library at 503-644-0043 x114 to register starting June 1st.

  • 7/9/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 7/10/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 10, July 17, July 24, and July 31.

  • 7/11/2015

    10:30 AM to 12:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in between 10:30 - 12:00 to build and play with blocks and other materials.Friday, June 19 Saturday, July 11

  • 7/15/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Cedar Mill Bible Church, 12208 NW Cornell Rd, Portland OR 97229: A high energy, very funny one manvariety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling & comedy magic!Perfect for the whole family. This library program will be held at the Cedar Mill Bible Church.

  • 7/15/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:45 PM - Cedar Mill Library: In 1906, San Francisco was the leading city in theWestern United States. Prosperous from Gold Rush days, it was the largest porton the West Coast, an international center of finance, and opulent with theaters,hotels, majestic skyscrapers, picturesque parks, colorful Chinatown andnotorious brothel districts. All that changed at 5:12 AM April 18, 1906 when amagnitude 8 earthquake struck without warning. Author and speaker Sig Unandertells the true story of the only major American city ever destroyed byearthquake and fire and the fight to save it. The presentation is illustratedwith dramatic archival images of the city and its people taken by photographersduring and after the event. A display and question and answer session isincluded in the free one-hour presentation.

  • 7/16/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 7/17/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 10, July 17, July 24, and July 31.

  • 7/22/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Cedar Mill Bible Church, 12208 NW Cornell Rd, Portland OR 97229: Comejoin Mo for a bunch of singing, dancing, and song creating! We'll be singingsome classics, as well as some crazy Mo jams, and they are ALL dance numbers.Plus, we'll make up a song together, Mo will record it, and then put it on hiswebsite for the world to enjoy!! This library program will be held at the Cedar Mill Bible Church.

  • 7/23/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 7/24/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 10, July 17, July 24, and July 31.

  • 7/26/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: The 21-stringed West African Korais native to the Mande peoples who live within the countries of Gambia,Senegal, Mali, Guinea, and Guinea Bissau. The music is traditionally played byoral and musical historians known as Griots (Gree-ohs). While the Kora is only300 years old, some commonly played songs can be traced back 800 years to theMande empires' founding. Gaskell has been featured at numerous festivals in theUS, Gambia, and Senegal. This program is free and open to the public and will be held in the library's 2nd floor community room.

  • 7/29/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Cedar Mill Bible Church, 12208 NW Cornell Rd, Portland OR 97229: With the energy of 1,000 suns, TheZaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubberband. Two-time Guinness World Record holder!This library program will be held at the Cedar Mill Bible Church.

  • 7/30/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 7/31/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Community Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 10, July 17, July 24, and July 31.

  • 8/1/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Wheatweaving has been traced back to ancient times and has always been associatedwith joyful festivals and harvest time. In many countries it was believed thata spirit resided in the grain so that at harvest the last handful of choicegrain was gathered and was woven into a thanksgiving symbol to be carefullypreserved and hung in the home until the following spring. In this free workshop for adults, aged 16 andup, students will complete one or two small heart shaped projects withassistance from instructor Daniela Mahoney. Space is limited to 25 participants. Beginning July 1, please register by calling thelibrary’s Adult Reference Desk at 503 644-0043, ext. 114.

  • 8/5/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Testyour superhero skills by completing a scavenger hunt in the library! Useyour powers of observation and knowledge of superhero trivia to solve a seriesof questions and decipher an important message.

  • 8/6/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 8/8/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Cosplay and costume contest, artist's alley, trivia games, decide which universe is better: Marvel or DC, enter for prizes and more at our mini comicon. Prizes, snacks and fun are in store at this free event for teens and tweens ages 11-18.

  • 8/12/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:45 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Explorethe lives of the indigenous people of the Tualatin Valley, the Atfalati branchof the Kalapuya tribe. Learn how the Atfalati dressed, their customs, what theyate, and where they lived. See—and touch—furs, stone tools, baskets, and more. This free program is geared for adults and is presented by the Washington County History Museum.

  • 8/13/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 8/15/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cedar Mill Library: Morethan ten years ago, a near-death experience abruptly reminded sustainabilityadvocate and pioneer Dee Williams that life is short. So, she sold her sprawlinghome and built an eighty-four-square-foot house—on her own, from the ground up.Today, Williams can list everything she owns on one sheet of paper, her monthlyhousekeeping bills amount to about eight dollars, and it takes her about tenminutes to clean the entire house. Listen to her experiences first hand at thisfree event!

  • 8/20/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

  • 8/27/2015

    All day event - Cedar Mill Library: Drop in all day on Thursdays and play board games in the library. Thursdays: June 18 - August 27

Sponsoring Library: Cedar Mill Community Library @ Bethany

  • 6/22/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/23/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/23/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Bethany Fountain: Classical Indian Dance instructor Jayanthi Raman and her students will perform a dance demonstration, followed by a book signing of Raman's newly released book, The Dance of India Demystified for a Global Audience.The classical dance form Bharatha Natyam is one of India's oldest classical dance forms and most popular dance form in India and around the world. The art has been receiving international recognition as one of the main world dance forms. Gaining much of this knowledge from the Gurus of Indian dance as an oral tradition in the Kalakshetra lineage, Raman has structured the knowledge into a written format. Having the experience of being a cultural ambassador of her art form and culture, Raman has also brought much of the information in these books from research done for her lectures, master classes and workshops presented over the years. This library event will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of NW Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 6/24/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/24/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:30 PM - Bethany Community Room, 15160 NW Laidlaw Rd., Suite 120, Portland: A drop-in program for kids ages 5 and up who enjoy building with Legos! No registration is required.All Legos will be provided.Wednesday, June 24; 2:00-3:30Monday, August 10; 10:30-12:00 Held in the Bethany Community Room, located at 15160 NW Laidlaw Road, Suite 120, Portland, OR 97229. For Ages: 5 and up

  • 6/25/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/25/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Bethany Fountain: Drop in between 1 - 3 pm to learn all about nature through fun games and activities led by a naturalist from the Nature Park Interpretive Center! Held at the Bethany Fountain on the corner of NW Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.Thursday, June 25 - Wet and Wild Let’smeet our wet neighbors! We will look forducks, frogs, and even baby dragonflies- see what you can discover about theseaquatic animals. Thursday, July 9- Hide and Seek Did youknow that all animals are playing a giant game of Hide and Seek? Learn all about their tricks, camouflage, andhunting skills with active games and fun in your park! Thursday, August 13 -Splish, SplashSalmon Run Salmonare one of Oregon’s most fascinating creatures! Throughout their lives they change shape, change color, and travelthousands of miles. Play games and enjoyhands-on activities to learn how these fish are able to do all of these amazingthings! For Ages 5 and Up

  • 6/26/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 24 and August 14. Held in the Children's Area in the library.

  • 6/26/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/27/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/28/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Wear your own superhero costume or use the props provided to create fantastic superhero poses. Be a super reader with a giant sized library card, try on masks, capes and other props. Don’t forget your phone or camera to capture your creations.

  • 6/29/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 6/29/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Tell staff at the desk how manysuperheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 6/30/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 6/30/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Tell staff at the desk how manysuperheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/1/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/1/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Tell staff at the desk how manysuperheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/2/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/2/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Tell staff at the desk how manysuperheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/3/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/3/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Tell staff at the desk how manysuperheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/5/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: A guessing contest for children. Best guess wins the jar and everything in it!One guess per child.

  • 7/5/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Tell staff at the desk how manysuperheroes are hiding in the library and get a prize!

  • 7/6/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Bethany Fountain: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball, soccer, perform skits and show off their world class Frisbee skills!This library program will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 7/9/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Bethany Fountain: Drop in between 1 - 3 pm to learn all about nature through fun games and activities led by a naturalist from the Nature Park Interpretive Center! Held at the Bethany Fountain on the corner of NW Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.Thursday, June 25 - Wet and Wild Let’smeet our wet neighbors! We will look forducks, frogs, and even baby dragonflies- see what you can discover about theseaquatic animals. Thursday, July 9- Hide and Seek Did youknow that all animals are playing a giant game of Hide and Seek? Learn all about their tricks, camouflage, andhunting skills with active games and fun in your park! Thursday, August 13 -Splish, SplashSalmon Run Salmonare one of Oregon’s most fascinating creatures! Throughout their lives they change shape, change color, and travelthousands of miles. Play games and enjoyhands-on activities to learn how these fish are able to do all of these amazingthings! For Ages 5 and Up

  • 7/9/2015

    5:30 PM to 8:00 PM: Join us for fun crafts, activities and music at Bethany Village's Summer Concerts. July 9 - Make a Superhero Pet RockAugust 6 - Astronaut Stamp ArtAugust 27 - THPRD Nature Mobile Whooo's That Bird?: Not only are owls fascinating predators, but they have an unusual way of devouring their prey - whole! Learn about local owl species and their other adaptations while checking out specimens and dissecting owl pellets.Located in front of the Bethany Library.

  • 7/11/2015

    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Bethany Library: Teens create your own super hero after the library closes! Use perler beads, old toys or draw your own life sized version of you as a super hero! Plus snacks!

  • 7/13/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Bethany Fountain: With the energy of 1,000 suns, the Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder!This library program will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 7/20/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Bethany Fountain: A high energy, very funny one man variety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling and comedy magic! Perfect for the whole family.This library program will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 7/24/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 24 and August 14. Held in the Children's Area in the library.

  • 7/27/2015

    10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Bethany Fountain: Come join Mo for a bunch of singing, dancing and song creating! We'll be singing some classics, as well as some crazy Mo jams, and they are ALL dance numbers. Plus, we'll make up a song together. Mo will record it, and then put it on his website for the whole world to enjoy! This library program will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 7/30/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Bethany Fountain: Enjoy hot Latin rhythms from one of Portland's premier Afro-Cuban jazz bands.This library event will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of NW Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 8/3/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Test your superhero skills by completing a scavenger hunt in the library! Use your powers of observation and knowledge of superhero trivia to solve a series of questions and decipher an important message.

  • 8/6/2015

    5:30 PM to 8:00 PM: Join us for fun crafts, activities and music at Bethany Village's Summer Concerts. July 9 - Make a Superhero Pet RockAugust 6 - Astronaut Stamp ArtAugust 27 - THPRD Nature Mobile Whooo's That Bird?: Not only are owls fascinating predators, but they have an unusual way of devouring their prey - whole! Learn about local owl species and their other adaptations while checking out specimens and dissecting owl pellets. Located in front of the Bethany Library.

  • 8/10/2015

    10:30 AM to 12:00 PM - Bethany Community Room, 15160 NW Laidlaw Rd., Suite 120, Portland: A drop-in program for kids ages 5 and up who enjoy building with Legos! No registration is required.All Legos will be provided.Wednesday, June 24; 2:00-3:30Monday, August 10; 10:30-12:00 Held in the Bethany Community Room, located at 15160 NW Laidlaw Road, Suite 120, Portland, OR 97229. For Ages: 5 and up

  • 8/12/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Bethany Community Room, 15160 NW Laidlaw Rd., Suite 120, Portland: Discover the process of creating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and 'inking' contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged! Please contact the Bethany Branch to register starting June 1st. This event will be located in the Bethany Community Room, 15160 NW Laidlaw, Suite 120.

  • 8/13/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Bethany Fountain: Drop in between 1 - 3 pm to learn all about nature through fun games and activities led by a naturalist from the Nature Park Interpretive Center! Held at the Bethany Fountain on the corner of NW Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.Thursday, June 25 - Wet and Wild Let’smeet our wet neighbors! We will look forducks, frogs, and even baby dragonflies- see what you can discover about theseaquatic animals. Thursday, July 9- Hide and Seek Did youknow that all animals are playing a giant game of Hide and Seek? Learn all about their tricks, camouflage, andhunting skills with active games and fun in your park! Thursday, August 13 -Splish, SplashSalmon Run Salmonare one of Oregon’s most fascinating creatures! Throughout their lives they change shape, change color, and travelthousands of miles. Play games and enjoyhands-on activities to learn how these fish are able to do all of these amazingthings! For Ages 5 and Up

  • 8/14/2015

    All day event - Bethany Library: Drop in anytime for fun with crafts on Fridays: June 26, July 24 and August 14. Held in the Children's Area in the library.

  • 8/18/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Bethany Fountain: Steve delivers his brand of blue-eyed-soul-Americana-pop in the tradition of Daryl Hall, Sam Cooke, and James Taylor.This library event will be held at the Bethany Fountain, located on the corner of NW Bethany Boulevard and NW Central Drive.

  • 8/27/2015

    5:30 PM to 8:00 PM: Join us for fun crafts, activities and music at Bethany Village's Summer Concerts.July 9 - Make a Superhero Pet RockAugust 6 - Astronaut Stamp ArtAugust 27 - THPRD Nature Mobile Whooo's That Bird?: Not only are owls fascinating predators, but they have an unusual way of devouring their prey - whole! Learn about local owl species and their other adaptations while checking out specimens and dissecting owl pellets.Located in front of the Bethany Library.

Sponsoring Library: Cornelius Public Library

  • 6/1/2015

    10:00 AM to 7:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: Summer Reading Begins! You may start signing up at the library. There is something for all ages. Babies, kids, tweens, teens, young adults, and adults can sign up!Summer Reading Fun every Wednesday @ 3pm June 17-August 5Summer Reading Kick-off party Friday, June 5 @6pm with BJ the Clown!Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter for more news and events!La lectura de verano comienza! Se puede registrar en la biblioteca. Hay algo para todos, bebés, niños, adolescentes, jóvenes, y adultos se pueden registrar.Diversión cada miercoles a las 3pm comenzando el 17 de junio hasta el 5 de agosto.Nuestra fiesta de inicio es el viernes, 5 de junio a las 6 de la tarde con el Payaso BJ.

  • 6/5/2015

    6:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: Join us at our 2015 Summer Reading kick-off party with BJ the Clown!!! Celebration starts at 6pm, sign up for Summer Reading while we wait for BJ to arrive! Babies, kids, teens, and adults can all sign up for Summer Reading! Be ready to start laughing by 6:30pm. There will be light refreshments served. ¡Acompáñenos para nuestra fiesta de apertura de la lectura de verano del 2015 con BJ el Payaso!La celebración comienza a las 6 de la tarde, inscríbase para la lectura de verano mientras esperamos a BJ. ¡Bebés, niños, adolescentes, y adultos pueden participar en la lectura de verano!Prepárese para reír a las 6:30 de la tarde con el show de BJ.Habrá refrigerios ligeros. Follow us on Facebook or on Twitter for more news and events!

  • 6/17/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: have you ever wondered what astronauts wear to outer space? Joins as staff from the Evergreen Aviation Museum bring a replica space suit and find out why astronauts need an artificial atmosphere

  • 6/24/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: Rescued border colliesplay football, basketball, baseball, soccer, perform skits & show off theirworld class Frisbee skills!Summer Reading Fun every Wednesday at 3pm (June 17-August 5). ¡Bordercollies rescatados juegan al futbol Americano, baloncesto, béisbol, fútbol,realizan parodias y muestran sus habilidades de Frisbee al mundo!Diversión cada miércoles a las 3pm (17 de junio-5 de agosto).

  • 7/1/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: Joinus for an upbeat mix of songs, creative movement, storytelling and comedy withRich Glauber!¡Acompáñenos para una mezcla de cancionesmovidas, movimiento creativo, narración de cuentos y comedia con Rich Glauber!Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more news and events!

  • 7/8/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: A high energy, very funny one man variety show packed withphysical comedy, jokes, juggling & comedy magic! Perfect for the wholefamily. ¡El espectáculo de variedad de un hombre con alta energía, lleno de comedia fisica, chistes, malabares y magia cómica! Perfecto para toda la familia! Followus on Facebook or onTwitter for more news and events!

  • 7/15/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: A solo clown show filled with physical comedy,juggling, magic, dance, creativity and word play. Espectáculo de una payasa solitaria lleno de malabares, magia, baile, creatividad y más.Followus on Facebook or onTwitter for more news and events

  • 7/21/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: Title: Comics WorkshopDiscover the process ofcreating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawingand “inking” contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attireencouraged. Space limited to the first 20 teens.

  • 7/22/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: Alex Zerbe: Professional ZaniacWith the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder! Con la energia de 1.000 soles, El Zaniac rebota desde un extreme del estadio hasta el otro como una liga sin limites. El dos veces titular del record mundial Guinness. Followus on Facebook or onTwitter for more news and events!

  • 8/5/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Cornelius Public Library: The moment you have allbeen waiting for is finally here! Our annual Seed Spittin’ Contest is here!Refresh with some watermelon, save your seed, compete against others to see whocan spit the watermelon seed the farthest!Elmomento que han estado esperando ¡por fin ha llegado! Nuestro concurso de comersandia y escupir semillas está aquí. Refrésquese con sandia, guarde sussemillas, y compita contra otros para ver quien escupe la semilla de sandía lomás lejos. Followus on Facebook or onTwitter for more news and events!

Sponsoring Library: Forest Grove City Library

  • 6/1/2015

    10:00 AM to 8:00 PM - Forest Grove City Library: Summer Reading Sign-Up begins for all ages. There are three areas to sign up. Ages 0 to those entering 6th grade: Young Adult grades 7 thru 12; and Adults. In addition to reading there are programs for all ages throughout the summer. Visit the library for information and to sign up.

  • 6/16/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Forest Grove City Library: BJ provides laughs, magicand comedy, fun with lots of audience participation.Check for many other library programs during June, July and August including this coming Saturday at 3 p.m.

  • 6/20/2015

    3:00 PM to 3:45 PM - Forest Grove City Library: Fun with music, song anda variety of instruments and audience participation. Bilingual - English/Spanish Enjoy a Saturday musical hour today. Check next week's schedule for a Tuesday morning Family Storytime and for a Thursday morning Comedy Show with the Zaniac!

  • 6/25/2015

    11:00 AM to 11:45 AM - Forest Grove City Library: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bouncesfrom one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-timeGuinness World Record holder, voted Seattle’s Funniest Prop Comic.

  • 6/27/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:30 PM - Forest Grove Fire Department: Exciting obstacle course complete with water element and BBQ co-sponsored with the Forest Grove Fire Dept. Registration Recommended for food count 503-992-3337

  • 6/30/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Forest Grove City Library:    Puppet presentations that ignite the imagination and fill the room withexcitement and laughter, Penny's live performances use puppets,story, and song to inspire and entertain children of all ages. Look for our next summer session with a Storytime on Tuesday morning, July 7.

  • 7/9/2015

    11:00 AM to 11:45 PM - Forest Grove City Library: Today see rescued border collies play football, basketball,baseball, soccer, perform skits & show off their world class Frisbee skills! All ages welcome. Children under 10 years must be with an adult, Next Tuesday morning stay tuned for a Family Storytime.

  • 7/15/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:15 PM - Forest Grove City Library: A high energy, very funny one man interactiveperformance combines physical comedy, jokes, juggling, object balancing andcomedy magic at this early evening program. Bilingual - English/SpanishChildren under 10 years must be accompanied by an adult. Be sure to check out next week's Tuesday and Thursday program times.

  • 7/18/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Forest Grove City Library: Discover the process of creating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and 'inking' contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged.

  • 7/21/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Forest Grove City Library:  Host Pink Pig assistsSteven Engelfried with bringing stories to life with REALLY active puppets that keep theaudience waiting for their next moves. Families are welcome. Children under 10 years need to be accompanied by an adult. All are also welcome to attend Thursday morning's Juggling, Magic/Comedy/Show.

  • 7/23/2015

    11:00 AM to 11:45 AM - Forest Grove City Library: Henry walks on ladders, spinsropes, juggles without using his hands, manipulates fancy hats, and rides aunicycle among other amazing and entertaining antics. Families are welcome.Children under 10 years must be accompanied by an adult. NEXT Wednesday afternoon/evening Reptile Man is coming for TWO Shows - check the schedule for times!

  • 7/29/2015

    4:00 PM to 4:45 PM - Forest Grove City Library: Popular and knowledgeable,Richard Ritchey, brings his reptiles to share with lots audience participationand interaction. - TWO Shows - Families are welcome.Program #1: 4 - 4:45 pm Program #2: 6:30 - 7:15 pm

  • 7/29/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:15 PM - Forest Grove City Library: Popular and knowledgeable,Richard Ritchey, brings his reptiles to share with lots audience participationand interaction. - TWO Shows - Families are welcome.Program #1: 4 - 4:45 pm Program #2: 6:30 - 7:15 pm

  • 7/31/2015

    10:00 AM to 5:00 PM - Forest Grove City Library: July 31 is the last day to Sign-Up for Summer Reading for all ages. Completed Reading Records may be turned in beginning August 1 st.

  • 8/5/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Rogers Room: Door prizes, refreshments, and literary games for Adult Summer Reading Participants.

  • 8/10/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Rogers Room: Accomplished author, newspaper columnist and radio broadcaster Christina M. Abt discusses her writing processes, getting published, and her new novel, 'Crown Hill: Love Life and the Afterlife'You can find her book on Forest Grove City Library's new Adult Kindles, available for checkout at FGL.

  • 8/29/2015

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  • 8/31/2015

    10:00 AM to 8:00 PM: August 31 is the last day to turn in completed Summer Reading Records to receive free book. Library hours 10 am until 8 pm.

Sponsoring Library: Garden Home Community Library

  • 6/2/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

  • 6/13/2015

    2:30 PM to 3:30 PM: Garden Home and West Slope Libraries are co-hosting an Adult Summer Reading program kick-off featuring award-winning author Ursula K. Le Guin!!!! This event is a limited-space, TICKETS REQUIRED event. Tickets for the event will be given out on Sat., May 30 and will be limited to 2 per individual. For more information, please email gardenhomedesk@gmail.com. Le Guin is an author of novels, children's books, and short stories, mainly in the genres of fantasy and science fiction. She has also written poetry and essays. She has won numerous awards including multiple Locus, Hugos, and Nebulas.

  • 6/16/2015

    - Garden Home Community Library: Seaside authors Gloria Linkey & Honey Perkel will be here to do a reading and talk about their books.Gloria Linkey is an historian, speaker, tour guide and author of the book 'Native American Women: Three Who Changed History.' Walk along side of three of the most amazing Native American Women as they journey across the United Sates: Sacagawea, Watkuese and Marie Dorion, whose adventures are intertwined. Each lived on the edge,loved family and friends and led the way with wisdom and action. You will be inspired by this account, to journey through life as courageously as they did. Honey Perkel is the author of 5 books. Three of the books form a trilogy that takes place in Seaside (A Thousand Summers, Secrets of the Cove, and A Place Called Paradise. She's also written a memoir, entitled Just Breathe.Time to be determined. Stay tuned!

  • 6/18/2015

    11:00 AM to 11:45 AM - Garden Home Community Library: Come see kids and teens your own age perform fun songs and skits! The Stage Troupers are experienced young, local performers who will present 'Harmony High: A Musical for Young Voices'.

  • 6/23/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: This month's film selection is 'The Dark Valley' from Germany (in German with English subtitles, 114 minutes). Somewhere high in the Alps, a lone rider makes his way along a hidden path and reaches a small village, tucked away between the steep mountains. This stranger goes by the name of Greider; nobody knows where he's from and, met with blatant distrust, nobody wants him in the village. The sons of Old Brenner, the village patriarch who holds the entire community under his threatening, violent ways, would have chased him away if Greider hadn't given them a fistful of gold coins. Greider introduces himself as a photographer, and Brenner's sons provide him with shelter for the winter at the house of widow Gader and her young daughter, Luzi. Soon to be married to her sweetheart, Lukas, Luzi is full of trepidation as the big day draws near because, in this valley, a wedding comes with a terrible tradition. And whoever opposes this tradition will be subjected to a merciless punishment.In the depths of winter, the village cut off by snowfall and barely a ray of sunlight reaching the valley, a tragic accident leads to the death of one of Brenner's beloved sons. When another son is mysteriously killed, it's clear this is not a coincidence: the time has come for Brenner's family to pay, and Greider plans to settle a score long forgotten by everyone but him. This is the last Free Foreign Film Night until September!

  • 6/23/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: James Longhurst is a historian of urban and environmental policy, and the author of Bike Battles: A History of Sharing the American Road (2015). He is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, with a Ph.D. in history and policy from Carnegie Mellon University. 'Bike Battles' is anexploration of the hidden history of bicycle law and policy conflicts in the United States, bringing scholarly research into our current bicycle debates through archival sources and popular culture. In this presentation, Longhurst will talk about the historical significance of the WWII Victory Bike and what we get from taking the history of the bicycle seriously (general overview of the book).

  • 6/25/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Discover the process of creating comics. Games andactivities for everyone, including writing, drawing and “inking” contests.Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged. Space is limited so please come in or call to register.

  • 6/30/2015

    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Clean out those unwanted, no longer needed items. Bring one or more items. All items are free. Childrens and adult items welcome. Popular items include children’s toys and games, household items, books, electronics, and other miscellaneous. A different selection every year.Any leftovers will be donated to local charities.

  • 7/2/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: A high energy, very funny one man variety show packed withphysical comedy, jokes, juggling & comedy magic! Perfect for the wholefamily.

  • 7/7/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

  • 7/9/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Come check out an extra-special, one-of-a-kind puppet retelling of the Three Pigs!

  • 7/14/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Our July selection is 'Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher'. This could change depending on various factors. Check with library for book and available copies.

  • 7/16/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Super Donkey is here so never fear! Super Donkey believes that everyone has a super hero inside of them waiting to be discovered. So he builds a machine that will help his friends discover their superpowers. “Watch out Super Donkey!” Vinnie the Villain wants to steal the Super Hero machine and make it his own. Come sing, laugh and discover the surprise ending to this heroic tale. An original mini-musical puppet production by Penny’s Puppet Productions.

  • 7/21/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Director Darrell Jabin returns to Garden Home to screen his latest documentary ... Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE A Rock andRoll Photographer … The published and unpublished works of JimSmircich.Imagine being a photographer who could “hang out” with Janis Joplin, the members of Jefferson Airplane and other bands in the San Francisco Bay Areain the 1960’s. Jim Smircich was never amusician, but knew Paul Kantor from the time they went to summer camp togetheras kids. When Kantor started Jefferson Airplane, the first band from theSan Francisco scene to achieve international success, Jim Smircich was thereand had unique opportunities to take photos of some of the musicians whochanged American music in the 1960's. Jim Smircich has led an interesting life. After taking photosthat appeared on album covers and in Rolling Stone Magazine hehad a chance to be part of an exhibit on holograms at San Francisco’sExploratorium. A few years later he was creating unique glass beads andbegan teaching how to make that type of bead at classes throughoutthe world. Today, Jim is retired. He spends time walking his dog,Hazel and capturing interesting pictures of objects, flowers and nature in theEugene area. This 35 minute video captures Jim's story with hiscommentary and dozens of his pictures, including many that have never beenpublished. About the Producer:Each year, Darrell Jabin travels more than 6000 miles, working in more than 2dozen cities in Oregon. He takes advantage of these trips by researchinginteresting events, history and people and telling about them in videos. Many of Darrell's shorter videos can be viewed on Youtube. Darrell has produced longer videos on Oregon Carousels, Oregon Amusement Parks,Oregon Theaters and 100 Years of the Oregon Blue Book. These have beenshown on 10 public access stations and can be found in many librariesthroughout our state. He has provided more than 200 presentations withhis videos at libraries, history pubs, service clubs, retirement homes andother venues in the last 5 years.

  • 7/23/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball,soccer, perform skits & show off their world class Frisbee skills!

  • 7/28/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Local authors Cindy Brown, Heather Vogel Frederick, Rosanne Parry, and Jerrold Packard. They will answer questions about being writers (and readers). The moderator has some questions and the audience can ask questions as well.

  • 7/30/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from oneend of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time GuinnessWorld Record holder!

  • 8/4/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

  • 8/6/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library

  • 8/11/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Our Aug. selection is 'The End of Eve: A Memoir'. Selections may change. Check in library for book and available copies.

  • 8/11/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: An informal and fun discussion of a selected book each month. Our schedule is posted on our website - https://gardenhomelibrary.wordpress.com/adult-programs/book-group/. However, this schedule is subject to change depending on book availability. Check in library for this month's selection (tentatively should be The Rosie Project).

  • 8/12/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Juggle Mania is 'hilarity and dexterity' (in the form of comedy, juggling and circus tricks). Over the last 20 years, Juggle Mania has toured 30 countries and appeared to laughter and applause on cruise ships in the Mediterranean, at festivals in Japan, by dogsled in Alaska, and at schools and libraries in America.

  • 8/18/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: The Basics of Going Solar workshop covers why solar is a smart choice for Oregon. Topics that will be covered include:How solar works in Oregon’s climateAvailable solar technologies and how they fit into your overall energy useHow financial incentives and tax credits can cover up to 80% of the costOwnership, Leasing, power purchase and financing optionsWorkshop participants will come away with basic knowledge about solar energy systems and will be prepared to do more focused research on their own, use Mapdwell, or start working with a solar contractor.

  • 8/22/2015

    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: For Summer Reading Finishers: Come pick out your prize book and party like the super reader you are! Face painting, animal balloons, crafts, and more . . .

  • 8/25/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Special presentation by Dave Suing. Never been done at a WCCLS library! Great for adults and teens! Learn the history of space exploration, including the beginning of NASA and the process is took to get to the moon. Fun 'space trivia'! Plus, screening of a 20 minute d.v.d. of space flights and moonwalks.

  • 9/1/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

  • 10/6/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

  • 11/3/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

  • 12/1/2015

    6:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Garden Home Community Library: Test your “little gray cells” at our monthly trivia night for adults. Topics vary by month. Generally questions include current events and a music set. Open to individuals and teams (of 2-5). Play solo, join a team or bring your own team!Prize(s) for team/individual who gets the most and the least correct answers. Refreshments provided.

Sponsoring Library: Hillsboro Main Library

  • 6/24/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:15 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball,soccer, perform skits & show off their world class Frisbee skills!

  • 6/24/2015

    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Get your Meeples ready! The Hillsboro Public Library is breaking out the board games for a night of shrewd strategy, glorious victory, and heartbreaking defeat. Bring your friends - and meet new ones - as you face off over one of the library's many games. Coffee, tea, and refreshments provided. This program is intended for adults and teens, ages 16+.

  • 6/29/2015

    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Haiku poet Matsuo Basho wrote “when writing about the bamboo, become the bamboo. When writing about the pine become the pine.” For twelve years, Maggie Chula lived the life of a poet in a ramshackle Japanese house, wandering around mountain temples and gardens writing haiku. She also taught English and creative writing at Kyoto universities and studied the arts of flower arrangement and woodblock printing. Her seven collections of haiku, haibun, and tanka include Grinding my ink, which received a Haiku Society of America Book Award. Maggie currently serves as president of the Tanka Society of America and will talk about this little-known form as well as haiku, haibun, and how living in Kyoto inspired her writing. Conversations With Writers invites authors to read and tell us about their work and their writing methods. Not just a reading, but an event for audience members to interact and ask questions about word choices, styles, or the writer's development of his/her art. It's an informal atmosphere to help us all better understand the craft of writing.Each month, CWW invites a guest speaker to talk about the craft of writing.

  • 7/1/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: For children entering grades 1-3 and their parent or caregiver, this 6-week series features books & math. Children & caregivers will read books with math themes & then do fun math-related activities. Refreshments provided. Each child must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the program. Presented by the Hillsboro Chapter of the AAUW. To register call 503-615-6500.

  • 7/8/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:15 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: A high energy, very funny one man variety show packed withphysical comedy, jokes, juggling & comedy magic! Perfect for the wholefamily.

  • 7/8/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: For children entering grades 1-3 and their parent or caregiver, this 6-week series features books & math. Children & caregivers will read books with math themes & then do fun math-related activities. Refreshments provided. Each child must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the program. Presented by the Hillsboro Chapter of the AAUW. To register call 503-615-6500.

  • 7/9/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Discover the process of creating comics. Games andactivities for everyone, including writing, drawing and “inking” contests.Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged.

  • 7/15/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: For children entering grades 1-3 and their parent or caregiver, this 6-week series features books & math. Children & caregivers will read books with math themes & then do fun math-related activities. Refreshments provided. Each child must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the program. Presented by the Hillsboro Chapter of the AAUW. To register call 503-615-6500.

  • 7/15/2015

    7:00 PM to 9:00 PM: For one night only, the library WON'T be helping you find the answers. Join librarian hostesses Hillary and Heather at the Vertigo Brewing taproom (21420 NW Nicholas Ct in Hillsboro) for an evening of trivia madness testing your knowledge of pop culture, music, current events, and - of course - books.Participants will compete in groups of up to five, and prizes will be given to the teams with the most points and with the best team name. Participation limited to the space available in the taproom. Ages 21+ only.

  • 7/16/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Drones, they’re in the sky and on the news, but what’s really going on with unmanned aircraft systems? Join Sergeant Tristan Sundsted of the WA Co. Sheriff’s Office and Ric Stephens of Portland State University for a discussion that addresses the impact of UAS on businesses, government services, and you. Topics to be covered include the FAA’s current and proposed regulations, potential private and commercial applications of UAS technology and safety considerations for the hobby operator.

  • 7/22/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:15 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from oneend of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time GuinnessWorld Record holder!

  • 7/22/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: For children entering grades 1-3 and their parent or caregiver, this 6-week series features books & math. Children & caregivers will read books with math themes & then do fun math-related activities. Refreshments provided. Each child must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the program. Presented by the Hillsboro Chapter of the AAUW. To register call 503-615-6500.

  • 7/22/2015

    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Get your Meeples ready! The Hillsboro Public Library is breaking out the board games for a night of shrewd strategy, glorious victory, and heartbreaking defeat. Bring your friends - and meet new ones - as you face off over one of the library's many games. Coffee, tea, and refreshments provided. This program is intended for adults and teens, ages 16+.

  • 7/29/2015

    1:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: For children entering grades 1-3 and their parent or caregiver, this 6-week series features books & math. Children & caregivers will read books with math themes & then do fun math-related activities. Refreshments provided. Each child must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the program. Presented by the Hillsboro Chapter of the AAUW. To register call 503-615-6500.

  • 8/26/2015

    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Get your Meeples ready! The Hillsboro Public Library is breaking out the board games for a night of shrewd strategy, glorious victory, and heartbreaking defeat. Bring your friends - and meet new ones - as you face off over one of the library's many games. Coffee, tea, and refreshments provided. This program is intended for adults and teens, ages 16+.

Sponsoring Library: Hillsboro Shute Park Branch

  • 6/18/2015

    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: Customize a porcelain mug with your own unique design using color Sharpies. One mug will be provided to each participant, while supplies last. This is a craft for adults 18 or older.

  • 6/22/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: 30 to 40 minutes of age-appropriate stories, fingerplays and movement activities. Our special everyday hero for this month is a lifeguard! For ages 2-6.

  • 6/25/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Shute Park Amphitheatre, Hillsboro: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball, soccer, perform skits & show off their world class Frisbee skills! Located in the Shute Park Amphitheater.

  • 6/26/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: Make wearable art! Bring a white or light colored t-shirt and we’ll show you how to tie-dye it. For teens 13-18. Please call 503-615-6500 to register.

  • 6/28/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: Schools out and it's time for summer fun. Sign-up for the Summer Reading Program and join us for fun crafts and games.

  • 7/2/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM: Library staff will visit The Outpost @ Shadywood Park (535 NE 24th Ave.) each Thursday in July. Storytimes, activities, and summer reading sign-ups will be available!

  • 7/2/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Shute Park Amphitheatre, Hillsboro: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder! Located in the Shute Park Amphitheater.

  • 7/9/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM: Library staff will visit The Outpost @ Shadywood Park (535 NE 24th Ave.) each Thursday in July. Storytimes, activities, and summer reading sign-ups will be available!

  • 7/16/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM: Library staff will visit The Outpost @ Shadywood Park (535 NE 24th Ave.) each Thursday in July. Storytimes, activities, and summer reading sign-ups will be available!

  • 7/16/2015

    5:00 PM to 6:00 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: Giant Paper flowers look beautiful and are easy to make. Materials will be provided, while supplies last. Adult crafts are for participants 18 years and older.

  • 7/23/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM: Library staff will visit The Outpost @ Shadywood Park (535 NE 24th Ave.) each Thursday in July. Storytimes, activities, and summer reading sign-ups will be available!

  • 7/24/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: Join us for an exciting Superhero time, with snacks, games, and crafts!

  • 7/30/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:30 PM: Library staff will visit The Outpost @ Shadywood Park (535 NE 24th Ave.) each Thursday in July. Storytimes, activities, and summer reading sign-ups will be available!

  • 7/30/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Shute Park Amphitheatre, Hillsboro: A high energy, very funny one man variety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling & comedy magic! Perfect for the whole family. Located in the Shute Park Amphitheater.

  • 8/3/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Hillsboro Shute Park Branch: Discover the process of creating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and “inking” contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged.

Sponsoring Library: North Plains Public Library

  • 6/4/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM - City of North Plains, NW Commercial Street: Join us for the Every Hero Has a Story Summer Reading Program Kickoff while enjoying a free community event featuring ice cream and fresh strawberry toppings. Sign up for the Summer Reading Program and learn about all the activities including family storytimes, special programs and performers, and events and programs just for teens. All babies, toddlers, kids, and teens who register for Summer Reading will be given a reading log to record what they read (or what is read to them, for little ones) during the summer.

  • 6/4/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM - City of North Plains, NW Commercial Street: Join us for our Adult Summer Reading Kickoff while enjoying a free community event featuring ice cream and fresh strawberry toppings. We will be demonstrating our 3M Cloud Library e-book service, signing up fellow book-lovers, and giving away goodie bags. Come get all the information including the prizes, drawings and becoming a Reading Hero. New this year, Library Staff, Library Board members, Friends of the Library and Library Volunteers are issuing a challenge to the adults of greater North Plains to reach a goal of collectively reading one million pages by the end of summer – Library Folk versus our Reading Public. There will be weekly contests with prize drawings. The program will run through August 31.

  • 6/24/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Center, 30975 NW Hillcrest St, North Plains: Enjoy fun music for kids and families! Come sing, dance and learn the alphabet backwards! Lyrical surprises and first rate musicianship! Smart, funny, catchy and joyful! All ages welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 6/25/2015

    3:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St, North Plains: Summer Reading Program Kickoff event with Wendy Rover. This two-hour workshop will feature a slideshow, mixing and style demonstrations. Henna objects, artifacts and books will be available to explore. Instruction in henna technique will be given and henna application will be available for all participants either on fabric, paper or skin. This program is for those entering grades 6-12 only and is limited to the first 30 teens to arrive.

  • 7/1/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St. North Plains: Watch rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball, soccer, perform skits and show off their world-class Frisbee skills.All ages are welcome. Free popcorn!

  • 7/8/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: Get up and move with Chuck Cheesman! Original and traditional songs will be performed with guitar, banjo and ukulele! Don't miss the fun.All ages welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 7/15/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: Come see a high energy, very funny, one man variety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling and comedy magic!All ages welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 7/16/2015

    3:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall , 30975 NW Hillcrest St. North Plains: If you're a fan of YA books, don't miss Story Trivia! Test your knowledge for fabulous prizes like books, book-themed prize packs, gift certificates and more! After the trivia game, Portland authors Robin Herrera, Chris Struyk-Bonn and Mary Elizabeth Summer will be on hand to read from their books and answer a few audience questions. If you're a reader, you're a winner!This event is open to those entering grades 6-12 only.

  • 7/22/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: Join us for a fun musical theater experience. New students of Harmony High -- Michael, Michele, and Junior -- are about to discover that music and singing is where it's at. Even the students in detention are singing the blues.All ages are welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 7/29/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. A two-time Guinness World Record holder, Alex Zerbe is a master of physical comedy, juggling and magic.All ages are welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 8/5/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: The sleuth is on the case in the 'Amazing Food Detective' - an interactive play that helps youngsters understand the importance of a healthy diet and exercise. Kaiser Permanente's troupe of professional actor-educators engage students as they discover together what foods give lasting energy and what it means to be physically active.All ages welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 8/6/2015

    3:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: Teens are invited to attend Brad Clark's Comic Workshop to discover the process of creating comics! There will be games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and 'inking' contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book. Cosplay attire is encouraged.This event is open to those entering grades 6-12 and is limited to the first 20 teens to arrive.

  • 8/12/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: We'll provide the LEGO's; you provide your imagination to build fantastic creations. Ages 3 and up are welcome. Free popcorn.

  • 8/19/2015

    1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - Jessie Mays Community Hall, 30975 NW Hillcrest St., North Plains: Celebrate the end of summer and the end of the Summer Reading Program with the Reptile Man. Meet snakes, turtles, lizards and more! You don't want to miss the party!All ages welcome. Free popcorn.

Sponsoring Library: Sherwood Public Library

  • 6/6/2015

    3:30 PM to 4:30 PM - Cannery Square Plaza, Sherwood: It's our Summer Reading Kick-off event! The acoustic, harmonica-filled, uplifting sounds from this Seattle band will have the whole family willingly clapping their hands and dancing around!

  • 6/10/2015

    6:30 PM - Sherwood Public Library: As part of our Summer Reading Author Series, join local author Melanie Dobson as she speaks about her writing process and shows slides of her research trips, including for her upcoming book: The Shadows of Ladenbrooke Manor.

  • 6/23/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cannery Square Plaza, Sherwood: If you had a tail you would wag it with delight from watching these dogs make the acrobatics of catching disks and following commands look effortless.

  • 6/30/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Sherwood Center for the Arts: Saddle up for this whip-cracking, boot-stomping, trick-rope wielding cowboy comedy show the whole family will enjoy.

  • 7/7/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cannery Square Plaza, Sherwood: If you think all magicians are alike, then you haven't seen the Zaniac! Yes, he's funny. Yes, he juggles. And yes, he does magic tricks. But it is the way he does all three at the same time that will have you spontaneously smiling and clapping with delight.

  • 7/14/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Sherwood Public Library: Join us for this one-woman puppet production of The Super Hero Machine. An original mini-musical that will delight and captivate the whole family. All ages.

  • 7/15/2015

    6:30 PM - Sherwood Public Library: As part of our Summer Reading Author Series join local author and renown wine photographer, Janis Miglavs, as he speaks about his latest project and shows slides of his photos taken in China while working on his book, China: The New Wine Frontier.

  • 7/21/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cannery Square Plaza, Sherwood: Richard Richey and his amazing reptiles will fascinate and educate kids and families at this all ages event.

  • 7/28/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cannery Square Plaza, Sherwood: Mo's music style of rock and roll, blues and soul with just a smidge of country will have you tapping your toes and snapping your fingers to whimsical tunes for all ages.

  • 8/4/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Cannery Square Plaza, Sherwood: We all laugh in the same language. This bilingual program will have kids and adults laughing to the hilarious, interactive, comedy act suitable for all ages.

  • 8/12/2015

    6:30 PM - Sherwood Public Library: As part of our Summer Reading Author Series, join local Young Adult author Jenn Bosworth as she speaks about her writing process and her upcoming book: The Killing Jar. Her first book, Struck is available from the library.

Sponsoring Library: Tigard Public Library

  • 5/26/2015

    1:30 PM to 2:30 PM - Starts in the Puett Room: All agesMake animalmasks and shaker instruments, then head outside for an interactive story timewalk along the nature path. We’ll go on a bear hunt, walk like a duck, hop likea rabbit and run from a tiger, right in our own backyard!

  • 6/5/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Community Room: Adult Summer Reading KickoffFallingfrom Horses AuthorMolly GlossFriday, June 5 7-8:30 p.m.Tigard Library Community RoomOregonBook Award winner and PEN/Faulkner Award finalist Molly Gloss will discuss herlatest novel, Falling from Horses, andsign books. Set in Hollywood in the1930s, the novel features 19-year-old ranch hand Bud Frazer who leaves Oregonto try his luck as a movie extra/stuntman. Generously sponsored by Friends of the TigardLibrary

  • 6/8/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Community Room: Author Evelyn HessBuilding aBetter Nest: Living Lightly at Home and in the WorldMonday, June 8 7-8:30 p.m.Tigard Library Community Room2011 WILLAAward winning author Evelyn Hess will discuss her new book, Building a Better Nest: Living Lightly atHome and in the World, a memoir of building a home in harmony with naturalsurroundings and a personal passion for sustainable living.

  • 6/10/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Community Room: Author Kristin OhlsonThe SoilWill Save Us: How Scientists, Farmers and Foodies Are Building Healthy Soil toHeal the PlanetWednesday, June 10 7-8 p.m.Tigard Library Community RoomKristinOhlson will discuss her book, The SoilWill Save Us, a finalist for the 2015 Oregon Book Awards. Ohlson explainshow most Americans could help reverse climate change by creating healthier soiland increasing soil carbon in their own backyards. Generously sponsored by Friends of the TigardLibrary

  • 6/12/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Community Room: ScottishCountry DanceFriday, June12 7-8 p.m.Tigard Library Community RoomMembers of the Portland Branch of the Royal ScottishCountry Dance Society will demonstrate and perform Scottish Country Dancing, aform of social dance involving groups of couples of dancers tracing progressivepatterns according to a predetermined choreography. You can watch or join in!Generouslysponsored by Friends of the Tigard Library

  • 6/16/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesRock out to the awesome tunes of Seattle kindie bandRecess Monkey. Time to get the summer reading party started!

  • 6/17/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 6/17/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Community Room: Be Heard Above the Herd: Local Authors Talk aboutWhat They’ve Learned about Writing and PublishingWednesday, June 177-8:30 p.m.Tigard Library Community RoomAdults & TeensJoin usfor a panel discussion by members of the Northwest Independent Writer’sAssociation. Local authors who publish in various genres will share theirwriting process and their experience in getting their writing “out there.” Thepanel will be comprised of different authors than the April panel. Generouslysponsored by Friends of the Tigard Library

  • 6/22/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Teens in grades 6 and upWhat better way to expressyour secret identity than through unique body art? A local henna artist willgive you a temporary tattoo of your choice and show you some techniques to tryout with henna you can take home, while supplies last.

  • 6/22/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:00 PM - Community Room: Become Your OwnPublisherMonday, June 22 7-8p.m.Tigard Library Community RoomJohn Williamsand Sean Jones from local publishing company Inkwater Press will provideauthors with the tools and guidance to become their own publishers. Thisworkshop will include aspects of professional editing and design; logistics anddistribution, and publicity and marketing. The presenters will invite questionsfrom the audience.

  • 6/23/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesWith the energy of 1,000 suns,The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamedrubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder!

  • 6/24/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 6/26/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 6/26/2015

    11:15 AM to 12:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 6/28/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:00 PM - Puett Room: Ages5 and upFuture engineers and mathematicians! Drop in to work on your LEGO® creations with other builders andgive our race track a spin. We’ll supplythe building blocks; you bring your creativity.

  • 6/29/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:30 PM - Burgess Community Room: Teens in grades 6 and up (PG-13)Joinus for a movie on the big screen! A group of intergalactic criminals areforced to work together to stop a fanatical warrior from taking control of theuniverse. Audience participation games for all.

  • 7/1/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 7/6/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: All agesExplore different materials, from paper tubes tomini-marshmallows to giant pieces of butcher paper and develop thinkingpatterns that foster problem-solving skills. It’s the process, not the product,that’s important.

  • 7/7/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: Teens in grades 6 and up Are you a fan? Feel the feels with other like-minded teens. Join us weekly toshare your favorite shows, games, music and videos. While you watch, play andlisten, make fandom crafts including Weeping Angel masks, Peep gardens, T-shirtmods and melty bead critters.

  • 7/7/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesEric Herman’s music videos have gotten nearly 50million views on YouTube. Now you andyour family can enjoy the comedy and creativity of his outrageously fun songsfirsthand!

  • 7/8/2015

    11:00 AM to 12:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 5 and upThe Black Widow. Batman andRobin. Before they were superheroes, they were super-spies. You can be a scientificsleuth, too! Collect forensic evidence-- from fingerprints and fibers tospatter patterns and writing samples. Use chemistry to crack the case, thentake home your detective tools to show off your skills!

  • 7/8/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 7/10/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Puett Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 7/11/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesEnjoy a screening of this year’s Oscar-winning animatedsuperhero flick, with snacks and super activities, too!

  • 7/13/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: All agesExplore different materials, from paper tubes tomini-marshmallows to giant pieces of butcher paper and develop thinkingpatterns that foster problem-solving skills. It’s the process, not the product,that’s important.

  • 7/14/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: Teens in grades 6 and up Are you a fan? Feel the feels with other like-minded teens. Join us weekly toshare your favorite shows, games, music and videos. While you watch, play andlisten, make fandom crafts including Weeping Angel masks, Peep gardens, T-shirtmods and melty bead critters.

  • 7/14/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:30 PM - Community Room: Movie Night: To Kill a MockingbirdTuesday, July 146:30-8:30 pmTigard Library Community Room Watch theclassic film starring Gregory Peck as author Harper Lee’s much heralded newbook, Go Set a Watchman, hits thebookstores today.

  • 7/15/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 7/17/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 7/17/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesYou’ve got superpowers! Let themshine! Design your own cape and super accessories, then blast through anoutdoor obstacle course fit for heroes.

  • 7/17/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Community Room: Get YourKicks on Route 66Friday, July17 7-8:30 p.m.Tigard Library Community Room Route 66 is called America’s Highway and the Mother Road,and Tigard residents Curtis and Tricia Langer have traveled it six times in thelast eight years. Go back in time with the Langers as they share photos andstories of an era of neon signs and drive-in theaters.

  • 7/19/2015

    11:00 AM - Tigard Farmer's Market 8777 SW Burnham Street: Tigard’s Historic Main Street: Walking ToursSundays, July 19 and August 16 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.Tours leave from Tigard Farmer’s Market at 8777SW Burnham StreetPut on your walking shoes and explore thehistory of Main Street! Meet the people, businesses and events that shapeddowntown Tigard. Tours are roughly one milein length and will last about one hour. Bring water and wear walking shoes andsun protection. Seating provided at some stopping points on tour.

  • 7/19/2015

    1:00 PM - Tigard Farmer's Market 8777 SW Burnham Street: Tigard’s Historic Main Street: Walking ToursSundays, July 19 and August 16 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.Tours leave from Tigard Farmer’s Market at 8777SW Burnham StreetPut on your walking shoes and explore thehistory of Main Street! Meet the people, businesses and events that shapeddowntown Tigard. Tours are roughly one milein length and will last about one hour. Bring water and wear walking shoes andsun protection. Seating provided at some stopping points on tour.

  • 7/19/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:00 PM - Puett Room and Courtyard: All agesBuilding blocks, hopscotch, an obstacle courseand board games, including a life-sized Candy Land. What do these things havein common? They all develop the Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM)skill of spatial orientation, which Minecraft or Wii Sports doesn’t use.

  • 7/20/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: All agesExplore different materials, from paper tubes tomini-marshmallows to giant pieces of butcher paper and develop thinkingpatterns that foster problem-solving skills. It’s the process, not the product,that’s important.

  • 7/21/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: Teens in grades 6 and up Are you a fan? Feel the feels with other like-minded teens. Join us weekly toshare your favorite shows, games, music and videos. While you watch, play andlisten, make fandom crafts including Weeping Angel masks, Peep gardens, T-shirtmods and melty bead critters.

  • 7/21/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesA high-energy, very funny one-manvariety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling and comedy magic!Perfect for the whole family.

  • 7/22/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 7/24/2015

    2:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Teens in grades 6 and upOur summer celebration of all things J-pop! The theme is Antiheroes, so come asyour favorite villain and you may win a prize. Learn the art of Taiko drumming,experiment with contrasting flavors at our East vs. West taste-testing stationand enjoy a bustling afternoon of crafts and anime.

  • 7/24/2015

    2:15 PM to 3:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Teens in grades 6 and upLearn the art of Taiko drumming and choreography from alocal teacher and leader of En Taiko. Stay for the Anime Fest!Generously sponsoredby Friends of the Tigard Public Library

  • 7/26/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:00 PM - Puett Room: Ages5 and upFuture engineers and mathematicians! Drop in to work on your LEGO® creations with other builders andgive our race track a spin. We’ll supplythe building blocks; you bring your creativity.

  • 7/27/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: All agesExplore different materials, from paper tubes tomini-marshmallows to giant pieces of butcher paper and develop thinkingpatterns that foster problem-solving skills. It’s the process, not the product,that’s important.

  • 7/28/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesCelebratewith some groovy activities at a party for our favorite blue cat. Play gamesand solve puzzles, dress up like Pete and much more. You’ll even get to paintwith food! It’s “all good.

  • 7/28/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: Teens in grades 6 and up Are you a fan? Feel the feels with other like-minded teens. Join us weekly toshare your favorite shows, games, music and videos. While you watch, play andlisten, make fandom crafts including Weeping Angel masks, Peep gardens, T-shirtmods and melty bead critters.

  • 7/29/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 7/31/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 7/31/2015

    11:15 AM to 12:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 7/31/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:30 PM - Burgess Community Room: Teens in grades 6 and upWhatwas heroism like in the Middle Ages? Knights of Veritas director Erik Slyterleads students on a hands-on journey through basic dagger techniques ofmedieval masters. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.Stop by the Children’s Reference Desk or call 503-718-2656 to sign up.Generously sponsoredby Friends of the Tigard Public Library

  • 8/2/2015

    1:30 PM to 2:30 PM - Puett Room: Starts in the Puett RoomAll AgesMake animal masks and shaker instruments, then head outside for an interactive story time walk along the nature path. We'll go on a bear hunt, walk like a duck, hop like a rabbit and run from a tiger, right in our own backyard!

  • 8/3/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: All agesExplore different materials, from paper tubes tomini-marshmallows to giant pieces of butcher paper and develop thinkingpatterns that foster problem-solving skills. It’s the process, not the product,that’s important.

  • 8/4/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: Teens in grades 6 and up Are you a fan? Feel the feels with other like-minded teens. Join us weekly toshare your favorite shows, games, music and videos. While you watch, play andlisten, make fandom crafts including Weeping Angel masks, Peep gardens, T-shirtmods and melty bead critters.

  • 8/4/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesA villain known as “The Bad Idea” has a bad idea: hewants to stop the world from having creative minds, so a band of superheroesteams up to stop him. Learn how you canfind your own inner hero.

  • 8/5/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 8/5/2015

    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Community Room: A Rock and Roll Photographer: Published &Unpublished Works of Jim SmircichWednesday, August 5 7-8:30 p.m.Tigard Library Community Room Localvideographer Darrell Jabin will show his latest video about rock and rollphotographer Jim Smircich. Smircich“hung out” with Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane and other bands in the SanFrancisco Bay area in the 1960s. Enjoy apiece of the past shown through Jim’s photographs and commentary.

  • 8/9/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesJoin us for a screening of Laika’s latest hit abouta boy raised by misunderstood underground dwellers. Enjoy snacks and make your own mischievous creature. Want more fun? Snap picturesof your Boxtroll’s adventures around Tigard, then post on Facebook or Twitter foreveryone to enjoy.

  • 8/10/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: All agesExplore different materials, from paper tubes tomini-marshmallows to giant pieces of butcher paper and develop thinkingpatterns that foster problem-solving skills. It’s the process, not the product,that’s important.

  • 8/11/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Puett Room: Teens in grades 6 and up Are you a fan? Feel the feels with other like-minded teens. Join us weekly toshare your favorite shows, games, music and videos. While you watch, play andlisten, make fandom crafts including Weeping Angel masks, Peep gardens, T-shirtmods and melty bead critters.

  • 8/11/2015

    6:30 PM to 7:30 PM - Burgess Community Room: All agesRescued border collies play sports,perform skits and show off their world class Frisbee skills!

  • 8/12/2015

    6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Puett Room: Beginning readers through grade 5Could your child use a helping paw with reading? Reading aloud to a dog creates a relaxed, nonjudgmental environment to help children develop their reading skills and build confidence. Registration required. Please call the Children's Desk at 503-718-2656 to register.

  • 8/14/2015

    10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 8/14/2015

    11:15 AM to 12:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Ages 0-6 yearsBring the whole gang for stories,songs and super-duper silliness! Local heroes will be guest readers atsome story times this summer! On those days, Family Story Time will take placein the Burgess Community Room.All Story Times are FREE and opento the public. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-servedbasis. There willbe a two-week Story Time break beginning on Monday, August 17, with the fallsession starting on Monday, August 31.

  • 8/15/2015

    1:30 PM to 2:30 PM - Puett Room: All agesMake a cool vehicle for a super hero of your owninvention! Supplies galore!

  • 8/16/2015

    11:00 AM - Tigard Farmer's Market 8777 SW Burnham Street: Tigard’s Historic Main Street: Walking ToursSundays, July 19 and August 16 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.Tours leave from Tigard Farmer’s Market at 8777SW Burnham StreetPut on your walking shoes and explore thehistory of Main Street! Meet the people, businesses and events that shapeddowntown Tigard. Tours are roughly one milein length and will last about one hour. Bring water and wear walking shoes andsun protection. Seating provided at some stopping points on tour.

  • 8/16/2015

    1:00 PM - Tigard Farmer's Market 8777 SW Burnham Street: Tigard’s Historic Main Street: Walking ToursSundays, July 19 and August 16 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.Tours leave from Tigard Farmer’s Market at 8777SW Burnham StreetPut on your walking shoes and explore thehistory of Main Street! Meet the people, businesses and events that shapeddowntown Tigard. Tours are roughly one milein length and will last about one hour. Bring water and wear walking shoes andsun protection. Seating provided at some stopping points on tour.

  • 8/17/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Burgess Community Room: Teens in grades 6 and upBea hero and challenge yourself to triumph in this ultimate battle over the fullspectrum of games, including Super Smash Bros. Brawl®. Make a bowl out of avintage, vinyl record. Prizes for the winners, food and fun for all.

  • 8/23/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:00 PM - Puett Room: Ages5 and upFuture engineers and mathematicians! Drop in to work on your LEGO® creations with other builders andgive our race track a spin. We’ll supplythe building blocks; you bring your creativity.

Sponsoring Library: Tualatin Public Library

  • 6/25/2015

    1:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: FIFA Tourney Pre-register on the Tualatin Calendar website. FIFA? XBox1? Together at last! Grab a friend and sign up for the second annual FIFA tournament at the library. Play 2x2 and see if you can advance to the next round! Snacks provided, prizes for the top team! Event will be held in the teen room. Grades 6 - 12. Date/TimeThu, 06/25/2015 - 1:00pm - 5:00pmLocationTualatin Public Library

  • 7/8/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Scavenger HuntSolve clues, find supplies, and make it to the end first!Grab a friend and sign up to piece the puzzle together! This event requires use of the library and leaving the building! Prizes! Grades 6 -12.Wednesday, July 82 - 4 PMLibrary Community RoomDate/TimeWed, 07/08/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmLocationTualatin Public Library

  • 7/10/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 7/11/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 7/17/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 7/18/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 7/22/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Retro Game DayDate/Time: Wed, 07/22/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmWe are going old-school at the library -- right back to your childhood.Simon Says? Red light, green light? Red rover, red rover? Chutes & Ladders? Jenga? What else will show up to be played on Retro Game Day? Grades 6 - 12. Wednesday, July 22 from 2 - 4 pm.Library Community RoomLocationTualatin Public Library18878 SW Martinazzi AvenueTualatin, OR 97062United StatesSee map: Google Maps

  • 7/24/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 7/25/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 7/28/2015

    7:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Seriously Funny JugglingDate/Time: Tue, 07/28/2015 - 7:00pmSeriously Funny Juggling!Curt Carlisle presents a fun fusion of amazing juggling, fresh comedy & audience participation. Come and join in on the laughter and fun! All ages welcome. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Commons Park8325 SW Nyberg StTualatin, OR 97062United StatesSee map: Google Maps

  • 7/29/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Frankentoys for TeensEngineer your very own creepy monster to rival the likes of Dr. Frankenstein! We'll put old toys under the knife and test the limitations of teen vs. toy! Grades 6-12.Wednesday, July 29 from 2 -4 pm.Library Community Room*Pre-register on the tualatinoregon.gov event date. Date/TimeWed, 07/29/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmLocationTualatin Public Library

  • 7/31/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/1/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/2/2015

    1:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Marvel RPG for TeensTeens - Become your favorite Marvel Superhero!Come team up to stop a prison break of super-powered proportions! The library will host a Marvel Heroic Role-playing session featuring the New Avengers 'Breakout' storyline by Brian Bendis.*Pre-register below: Date/TimeSun, 08/02/2015 - 1:00pm - 5:00pmLocationLibrary Community Room

  • 8/3/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Marvel Movie MadnessDate/Time:Repeats every day until Fri Aug 07 2015 .Mon, 08/03/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmEvery day is Marvel Movie Day this week!What movies will it be? Iron Man? Thor? The Avengers? Concessions will be sold at these events by the Teen Library Committee. Grades 6-12. Monday, August 3 to Friday, August 72 - 4 pm each dayLibrary Teen RoomClick any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Public Library18878 SW Martinazzi AvenueTualatin, OR 97062United States

  • 8/4/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Marvel Movie MadnessDate/Time:Repeats every day until Fri Aug 07 2015 .Mon, 08/03/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmEvery day is Marvel Movie Day this week!What movies will it be? Iron Man? Thor? The Avengers? Concessions will be sold at these events by the Teen Library Committee. Grades 6-12. Monday, August 3 to Friday, August 72 - 4 pm each dayLibrary Teen RoomClick any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Public Library18878 SW Martinazzi AvenueTualatin, OR 97062United States

  • 8/4/2015

    7:00 PM - Tualatin Commons, 8325 SW Nyberg Street, Tualatin: Mo PhillipsDate/Time: Tue, 08/04/2015 - 7:00pmMo PhillipsThis super rock 'n' roll show is all about creating music and rocking out with Mo! All ages welcome. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Commons Park8325 SW Nyberg StTualatin, OR 97062United StatesSee map: Google MapsMap data ©2015 GoogleTerms of UseReport a map errorMapSatellite

  • 8/5/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Marvel Movie MadnessDate/Time:Repeats every day until Fri Aug 07 2015 .Mon, 08/03/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmEvery day is Marvel Movie Day this week!What movies will it be? Iron Man? Thor? The Avengers? Concessions will be sold at these events by the Teen Library Committee. Grades 6-12. Monday, August 3 to Friday, August 72 - 4 pm each dayLibrary Teen RoomClick any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Public Library18878 SW Martinazzi AvenueTualatin, OR 97062United States

  • 8/6/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Marvel Movie MadnessDate/Time:Repeats every day until Fri Aug 07 2015 .Mon, 08/03/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmEvery day is Marvel Movie Day this week!What movies will it be? Iron Man? Thor? The Avengers? Concessions will be sold at these events by the Teen Library Committee. Grades 6-12. Monday, August 3 to Friday, August 72 - 4 pm each dayLibrary Teen RoomClick any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Public Library18878 SW Martinazzi AvenueTualatin, OR 97062United States

  • 8/7/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Marvel Movie MadnessDate/Time:Repeats every day until Fri Aug 07 2015 .Mon, 08/03/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmEvery day is Marvel Movie Day this week!What movies will it be? Iron Man? Thor? The Avengers? Concessions will be sold at these events by the Teen Library Committee. Grades 6-12. Monday, August 3 to Friday, August 72 - 4 pm each dayLibrary Teen RoomClick any thumbnail image to view a slideshowLocationTualatin Public Library18878 SW Martinazzi AvenueTualatin, OR 97062United States

  • 8/7/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/8/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/14/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/15/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/21/2015

    2:30 PM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef CompetitionDate/Time:Repeats every week until Fri Aug 21 2015 .Fri, 07/10/2015 - 2:30pmTop Chef CompetitionCome to the Teen Room to sign-up and for more information!Fridays and Saturdays in July and August New Season's and Farmer's Market competition. Come and sign-up with a friend. Make seasonal salsa. Compete against other teens and see who comes out on top. Eight teams start and only one will win the top prize! Grades 6 - 12. Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

  • 8/22/2015

    8:00 AM - Tualatin Public Library: Teen Top Chef Competition Taste-Off at Tualatin Farmer's MarketDate/Time:Repeats every week until Sat Aug 22 2015 .Sat, 07/11/2015 - 8:00amCompete against other teams and see who comes out on top!In collaboration with New Season's Market, come and taste samples of the Teen Top Chef Competition at the Saturday Farmer's Market in front of the library!Vote for your favorite sample and find out who wins the competition during the finals in August.Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

Sponsoring Library: West Slope Community Library

  • 6/13/2015

    2:30 PM to 3:30 PM - Garden Home Recreation Center: West Slope and Garden Home Libraries are co-hosting an Adult Summer Reading Program kick-off event featuring illustrious author Ursula K. Le Guin!Tickets are required for admission, but can be picked up for free at the library on a first-come, first-served basis (limit 2 per person.)This is an exciting opportunity to hear a literary legend speak about her work, so come into the library to claim your tickets before they are all gone!

  • 6/17/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:00 PM - West Slope Community Library: A Master Gardener from the OSU Extension Service will present information about natural ways to control diseases and pests in edible plant gardens.Registration is required, and limited to 25 adults. Please call the library at 503.292.6416 to register.Sponsored by the Friends of the West Slope Community Library.

  • 6/24/2015

    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - West Slope Community Library: Local crafter, Pauline Stout, will provide supplies and instruction for creating one-of-a-kind fairy houses.This program is for adults only. Space is limited, so please call the library at 503-292-6416 to register.Sponsored by the Friends of the West Slope Library.

  • 6/26/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: This week and during the month of July, we will have movie matinees on Friday afternoons. In honor of this year's superheroic Summer Reading Program theme, we will show family-friendly movies that somehow involve rescuing or heroism. Nobody gets left behind or forgotten!Please join us today for a free showing of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.We'll provide the popcorn!

  • 7/2/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Valley Community Presbyterian Church, 8060 SW Brentwood St, Portland: A high energy, very funny one man variety show packed with physical comedy, jokes, juggling & comedy magic! Perfect for the whole family.

  • 7/9/2015

    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM - West Slope Community Library: Here's a chance for you to exercise your creativity and enliven our boring sidewalks! We'll provide the chalk, you provide the imagination!

  • 7/10/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: During the month of July, we will have movie matinees on Friday afternoons. In honor of this year's superheroic Summer Reading Program theme, we will show family-friendly movies that somehow involve rescuing or heroism. Nobody gets left behind or forgotten!Please join us today for a free showing of The Incredibles.We'll provide the popcorn!

  • 7/16/2015

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM - West Slope Community Library: Discover the process of creating comics. Games and activities for everyone, including writing, drawing and 'inking' contests. Attendees will receive a free comic book! Cosplay attire encouraged.

  • 7/17/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: During the month of July, we will have movie matinees on Friday afternoons. In honor of this year's superheroic Summer Reading Program theme, we will show family-friendly movies that somehow involve rescuing or heroism. Nobody gets left behind or forgotten!Please join us today for a free showing of Spy Kids.We'll provide the popcorn!

  • 7/22/2015

    6:30 PM to 8:00 PM - West Slope Community Library: Local historian Sig Unander will present photos and discuss the tragedies of the great San Francisco earthquake and the devastating fire that resulted. Hear about the heroes and villains of the day, how the earthquake changed California, and how it affected the entire West Coast.Sponsored by the Friends of the West Slope Library.

  • 7/23/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Valley Community Presbyterian Church, 8060 SW Brentwood St, Portland: Rescued border collies play football, basketball, baseball, soccer, perform skits & show off their world-class Frisbee skills!

  • 7/24/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: During the month of July, we will have movie matinees on Friday afternoons. In honor of this year's superheroic Summer Reading Program theme, we will show family-friendly movies that somehow involve rescuing or heroism. Nobody gets left behind or forgotten!Please join us today for a free showing of The Rescuers.We'll provide the popcorn!

  • 7/25/2015

    12:30 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: Local recyclers, Kat and Robbie, will provide supplies and instruction for ten two-person teams to create their own solar ovens.Adults only, or teens may participate with an adult as their team member. Space is limited, so please call the library at 503-292-6416 to register.

  • 7/30/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:00 PM - Valley Community Presbyterian Church, 8060 SW Brentwood St, Portland: With the energy of 1,000 suns, The Zaniac bounces from one end of the stage to the other like an untamed rubber band. Two-time Guinness World Record holder!

  • 7/31/2015

    1:30 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: During the month of July, we will have movie matinees on Friday afternoons. In honor of this year's superheroic Summer Reading Program theme, we will show family-friendly movies that somehow involve rescuing or heroism. Nobody gets left behind or forgotten!Please join us today for a free showing of Toy Story 2.We'll provide the popcorn!

  • 8/6/2015

    2:00 PM to 3:30 PM - West Slope Community Library: Join us as we have a blast discovering various ways to exercise our inner superhero! We'll have lots of fun activities, including:Surviving quicksandHeroic & mythology craftsContributing to a collaborative art projectAnd much more!Something fun for all ages.