Christmas for Kids is wrapping up this week so don’t miss your chance to make a child happy. Choose a tag from the Library’s tree and bring an unwrapped gift to the Library by Saturday, Dec. 15.
The deadline for parents to submit an application to request gifts at the Library is Friday, Dec. 14.
. . . → Read More: Christmas for Kids Deadline Dec. 14
Join a dedicated group of book lovers for discussion of a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles every third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. at the Library.
December’s book discussion is on The Brave by Nicholas Evans.
Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact the library at 503.630.8273.
One-on-one tutorials will resume on January 9 at 10 a.m.
Two new computer classes will be offered by the Estacada Library in January: Facebook for Beginners (Jan. 23) and Internet Job Searching (Jan. 30).
The full January schedule:
January 9: How to Use E-mail
January 16: Beginning Microsoft Word
January . . . → Read More: January Computer Classes
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.
. . . → Read More: Festival of the Fungus Events Continue Oct. 27 & 28
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
The City of Estacada is accepting applications for people 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. The term begins 10/1/2012 and expires 12/31/2016.
Appointments . . . → Read More: Applications Open for Library Board
Don’t miss the next Summer Reading program with The Alphabeticians, Thursday, June 28 at 1:30 p.m.
Just who ARE The Alphabeticians? (Click on the name The Alphabeticians for the Web site).
(From the Web site:)
“Self-made millionaires seeking out vigilante justice from a cave? No.
Huge, terrifying, reptilian beasts from an . . . → Read More: The Alphabeticians Sing on June 28
Estacada Library’s computer classes begun in September will continue on Wednesdays in October:
How to Use E-mail and Beginning Microsoft Word.
The classes are from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., the schedule is as follows:
October 3: How to Use E-mail (Part 1)
October 10: How to Use E-mail (Part 2)
MICROSOFT CLASS . . . → Read More: October Computer Classes