The Estacada Library Board of Trustees will hold an extra May meeting on Tuesday, May 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the Flora Room.
This meeting is a discussion of a proposal submitted to the board for relocating the house on library property at 915 NW Wade St. The meeting is open to the public. Members . . . → Read More: Special Library Board Meeting May 12
Estacada artist Norma Piper will host a Make-A-Mobile workshop on Saturday, April 25 from 1 p.m.- 3 p.m. in the library’s Flora Room. Piper, whose art show “Heart and Soul” is now on view in the library, will show participants how to build a mobile (a kinetic art sculpture) based on the work of artist . . . → Read More: Make-a-Mobile w/artist Norma Piper April 25
Now LINCC library card holders can:
Change your PIN yourself, online–You can change your PIN at home any time or without being in the library. Here are the steps:
1. Select Forgot My PIN link from the pop-up window
2. Enter your library card number
3. Open your email account, select the email from the . . . → Read More: Two New Ways to Manage Your Library Account
The Estacada Library presents the first local screening of the film The Man Who Loved Flowers by Justin Zimmerman on Saturday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Flora Room. The short feature, based on a Stephen King short story, was filmed in Estacada last fall.
The film will be followed up with a question . . . → Read More: Film Screening: The Man Who Loved Flowers, Mar. 14
“The Good, The Bad and the Unforgettable–Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail” is park ranger Dorothy Brown-Kwaiser’s story of her experience thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in 2012. She will return to the Estacada Library Flora Room on Friday, March 13 at 7 p.m. to present an updated version of the talk she first gave at . . . → Read More: Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail Lecture, March 13
The last of the 2014-2015 Friends of the Estacada Library lecture series events is “Estacada: A River Runs Through It,” presented by the Clackamas River Basin Council Thursday, March 12 at 7 p.m. in the Flora Room.
We get our water, and so much more, from the Clackamas River. In this lecture learn about the . . . → Read More: Estacada: A River Runs Through It Lecture, March 12
The Estacada Library, as always, can print the forms you need for Oregon or Federal tax returns.
However, this year libraries have been informed by the IRS that we will no longer receive Schedules or Instruction Books for distribution.
The library will ONLY have Forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ
IRS appropriations were significantly cut in . . . → Read More: Important Tax Form Announcement
Philip Foster Farm on the Oregon Trail, in association with the Friends of Estacada Public Library and the Estacada Area Arts Commission presents Founding Families: Fostering Communithy in the Estacada Area.
This exhibit is a photographic history of early families in the Estacada area. The exhibit will run until September in the library. This exhibit . . . → Read More: Founding Families Exhibit Ends Sept. 14
Pre-school story time is back! Every Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Flora Room
join Laurie for stories, songs and crafts created that help your children’s early literacy skills.
Studies have repeatedly shown that children who are familiar with books and reading at an
early age will do better in school. Bring the family and . . . → Read More: Story Time Every Wednesday
Friends of Estacada Public Library continues its lecture series on January 30, at 7 p.m. with a presentation by Grier Cundill about a topic to which everyone can relate: stress reduction.
The lecture, entitled “A Demonstration of a Very Simple Tool to Diminish Everyday Stress and Anxiety and their Accompanying Negative Emotions,” will be held . . . → Read More: Stress & Anxiety Relief Advice in Jan. 30 Program