Dahlia Sale is On! May 12-14

The Library’s annual dahlia bulb sale is happening May 12-14 during library hours.

Choose from many different varieties priced way below retail. Load up on tubers: $1.50 each,

five for $5, or buy a grab bag for $5. Our dahlia sale is an annual fundraiser for the library

with tubers donated by the Portland Dahlia . . . → Read More: Dahlia Sale is On! May 12-14

100 Years of Oregon State Parks May 13

Summer vacation season is coming soon and your library is offering three programs that will make you want to visit our wonderful state parks and enjoy the wildlife in nature. Win a 12 month day pass to all 26 Oregon State Parks that require one! All attendees at any of these 3 programs will receive . . . → Read More: 100 Years of Oregon State Parks May 13

National Library Week Food for Fines this Week

To celebrate National Library Week, we’re joining other LINCC libraries in offering a Food for Fines week to benefit the Estacada Area Food Bank.

Bring in non-perishable, non-expired food items for $1 reduction in your library fines for each item donated.

Other acceptable donations: cleaning products, laundry soap, hygiene products (soap, shampoo, toothpaste), bags and . . . → Read More: National Library Week Food for Fines this Week

Beverly Cleary 100th Birthday Celebration

Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary will mark her 100th birthday in April! To celebrate her life and work we are having a birthday celebration for her on Saturday, April 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to serving birthday cake we will show the 30-minute OPB “Oregon Art Beat” documentary”Discovering Beverly Cleary,” at . . . → Read More: Beverly Cleary 100th Birthday Celebration

What Do You Know About H2O?

Saturday, April 9 at 11:30 a.m.

Mad Science and Clackamas River Water Providers will present a water conservation event for children in honor of Earth Day. Learn about one of our most precious and limited natural resources in a fun and interactive way. The event is free of charge. Call the library at 503=630-8273 for . . . → Read More: What Do You Know About H2O?

Art in the Library Show–Powerhouse Project

The Powerhouse Project Revisited presented by the Estacada Public Library and the Estacada Area Arts Commission

A selection of 24 artist favorites from four PGE Powerhouse Art Jams on display inside the library March 18- May 24.

 

We Still Have Tax Forms

Tax season may be officially over for most people but some of you may have filed an extension and are still working on your taxes. We still have forms and we can get forms for past years.

We can print Federal tax forms for you from the IRS web site.

The library does not receive . . . → Read More: We Still Have Tax Forms

February is Food for Fines Month

It’s back…our annual Food for Fines promotion to benefit the Estacada Area Food Bank.

Bring in non-perishable, non-expired food items for $1 reduction in your library fines for each item donated.

Other acceptable donations: cleaning products, laundry soap, hygiene products (soap, shampoo, toothpaste), bags and cans of pet food.

Food for Fines brings down your . . . → Read More: February is Food for Fines Month

A Celebration of Watercolors in Library

The Library, in collaboration with the Estacada Area Arts Commission presents the latest exhibit in our Art in the Library series. Stop in during library hours to see the work of local artists, now through March 14. Click on the image for full-size flyer

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LEGO Creativity Club

Come to the Library for LEGO fun!

Saturday, January 16 starting 11:15 a.m in the Flora Room.

This month will be making catapults that fire marshmallows! How far will yours shoot?

There will be plenty of bricks to build your own creations and all children are welcome to join!

. . . → Read More: LEGO Creativity Club