The library now has a skateboard rack next to the bicycle rack. Users can check out a skateboard lock with a library card or bring your own lock. Borrow a lock at the circulation desk. Local resident Joe Bogart and a “mystery donor” collaborated on the design and fabrication of the skate rack. We send . . . → Read More: New Skateboard Rack & Game Equipment to Check Out
The second annual Estacada Festival of the Fungus continues on October 27 & 28 with art, food, educational and mushroom-hunting events around the area.
Additional events are being planned by the Festival of the Fungus committee, and will include a Fun Foray for Fungus on Saturday, October 27 in the Mt. Hood National Forest.
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Due to changes made by the Portland Art Museum, LINCC users of the museum’s cultural pass will pay $5 admission at the museum beginning October 1. You can still check out a pass at LINCC libraries with your library card good for two adults (children 17 and younger are free). However, instead of free admission . . . → Read More: Portland Art Museum Cultural Pass Changes
The Estacada Public Library will host the artist’s reception for “Estacada on the Clackamas: The Powerhouse Project: Faraday,” on Friday, September 14 at 6 p.m. inside the library.
The PGE powerhouses on the Clackamas River are an integral part of Estacada’s history. The Estacada Area Arts Commission is pleased to be collaborating with Portland General . . . → Read More: Powerhouse Project Artists Reception Sept. 14