We Are What We Eat: Oregon is famous for its food, its agriculture and fisheries, and for its role in the movement to promote whole and local foods.
Join us in the Flora Room Thursday, October 9 at 7 p.m., as Wendy Willis leads this discussion on our relationship . . . → Read More: The Conversation Project: We Are What We Eat–Oct. 9
The Friends of the Estacada Public Library book sale is happening October 17-20 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. in the River Mill Elementary School gym/cafeteria, located at 850 N. Broadway St. in Estacada.
This will be a huge sale, with more than 8,000 titles that include books, compact discs, DVDs and other items. Most . . . → Read More: Friends Book Sale Oct. 17, 18, 19
Art in the Library Presented by Estacada Public Library & Estacada Area Arts Commission
Don’t miss the last week to view this show by Noah Cotter!
“The Benefit of Hindsight: Works by Noah Cotter,” is currently on display at the Library until January 14, 2015. Cotter, an Estacada native, is the latest artist to receive . . . → Read More: Last Week to See Noah Cotter Exhibit
Friends of the Estacada Public Library is sponsoring a lecture series beginning in October. The schedule is as follows:
October 8, 7 p.m. — “Renewable Power and Energy Efficiency: How to Get More from Your Energy,” is presented by Betsy Kauffman from the Energy Trust of Oregon.
November 13, 7 p.m. — “A Whole Lotta . . . → Read More: Friends Lecture Series: Renewable Energy–Oct. 8
Join us on August 7, at 7 p.m. in the Estacada Library Flora Room as McIver State Park Rangers present the program Vortex I: The Biodegradable Festival of Life.
The August 1970 festival/concert was the only state-sponsored music festival in United States history. It took place at McIver State Park. The program will feature a . . . → Read More: Vortex I Revisits August 1970 Thurs. Aug. 7
CITY OF ESTACADA
The City of Estacada is accepting applications from persons interested in serving on the Estacada Library Board.
The Estacada Library Board of Trustees is seeking an energetic library enthusiast to fill a vacancy on the Library Board. This position requires residency within the Estacada School District Boundary. . . . → Read More: Library Board Position Open
The new Pronunciator language-learning service is now live and available for all patrons on www.LINCC. org.
Pronunciator offers 80 languages and 4,000 available courses. You can learn how to speak a foreign language with the help of a variety of interactive techniques that make it easy for beginners and advanced learners. It includes interactive ESL . . . → Read More: Learn Languages with Pronunciator
Teens aged 12- 17 are invited to play Wii games at the library every Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Flora Room. The library has purchased a Wii gaming system and TV with a grant from the Estacada Area Literary Foundation. Come in and play our games, or use your laptop . . . → Read More: Wii Game Friday for Teens
Interested in the library’s outdoor sign project? The Estacada Library Board is holding a workshop Tuesday, March 11 at 5 p.m. in the Flora Room that is open to the public. Come and see how the plans are progressing.
Our next author event is on Thursday, March 20, with author and Estacada resident Judy Beaudoin, who will talk about her memoir Boxed Wine at Sunset.
Boxed Wine chronicles the adventures of two middle-aged Americans who see their . . . → Read More: Author Judy Beaudoin Talks “Boxed Wine at Sunset” March 20