New LINCC Library Catalog

Have you noticed anything different about our library catalog? This week LINCC debuted a new, easier-to-use library catalog that offers more information about materials than the old catalog. For instance, find out at first glance how many holds are on an item, new arrivals in the library and a enjoy cleaner user interface.

If you . . . → Read More: New LINCC Library Catalog

Program– “My Life: A Japanese Child & WWII,” Nov. 14

Estacada resident Matt Shibahara will share his personal history within the context of the United States in World War II, Thursday, Nov. 14, 7 p.m. in the Estacada Library Flora Room.

Mr. Shibahara spent his early years in a Japanese internment camp . . . → Read More: Program– “My Life: A Japanese Child & WWII,” Nov. 14

Stevan Allred Reading, Oct. 18

Join us as we welcome local writer Stevan Allred, reading from his new short story collection “A Simplified Map of the Real World.”

His new work is “fifteen linked stories that chart a true course through the lives of families, farmers, loggers, former classmates, and the occasional stripper. In the richly imagined town of Renata, . . . → Read More: Stevan Allred Reading, Oct. 18

Internet Security Class Sept. 18

Internet Security–Wednesday, September 18 @ 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

The online world can open up your accounts and computer to various kinds of unscrupulous activity. In the Library’s Sept. 18 computer class you will learn how to keep your computer and online accounts safe. These sessions will cover:

Facebook security

E-mail security and settings

. . . → Read More: Internet Security Class Sept. 18

Library Centennial Celebration — Saturday, Sept. 7

Join us as we celebrate 100 years of library service in Estacada!

The library opens at 11 a.m. with music from UpRiver Dulcimers.

A program follows at 12 noon with special guest speakers including Oregon State Librarian MaryKay Dahlgreen, Historian Kathryn Hurd and Author Stevan Allred.

Cake, coffee and lemonade will be served beginning at . . . → Read More: Library Centennial Celebration — Saturday, Sept. 7

November Computer Classes

Learn how to use computers and Internet resources at the Library. We offer tutorials that cover varying computing topics.

Sign up for a one-on-one session with our computer tutor and get answers to your most vexing personal computer use issues. In November one-on-one sessions are offered Nov. 6, 13, and 20 between 10 a.m. and . . . → Read More: November Computer Classes

Family Movie Night July 23

Our first Family Movie Night is next Tuesday, July 23 at 5 p.m. The film, Zookeeper, stars Kevin James. The animals at the Franklin Park Zoo love their kindhearted caretaker, Griffin (Kevin James) and they break their code of silence to help him win over the woman in his life (Rosario Dawson). It also features . . . → Read More: Family Movie Night July 23

July 10 Mini Golf for Teens

Teens! Play mini-golf in the library! The library will be transformed into a miniature golf course with obstacles built and designed by our library’s Teen Council members. You will never see anything like our course! Created with found objects, it will also make use of the shelves and layout of the library. Keep score and . . . → Read More: July 10 Mini Golf for Teens

Local Writer Marilyn Guttridge June 29

Attention Science Fiction and Fantasy fans!

Estacada native and writer Marilyn Guttridge will talk about her experience winning the Writers of the Future award on Saturday, June 29 at 1 p.m. in the Flora Room. She will also sign copies of the anthology in which her short story, “The Ghost Wife of Arlington,” appears. . . . → Read More: Local Writer Marilyn Guttridge June 29

Pacific Crest Trail Program June 28

The Good, the Bad and the Unforgettable: Thru-Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with Dorothy Brown-Kwaiser June 28, 7 p.m. in the Estacada Library Flora Room

Every year hundreds of people leave behind jobs, families and creature comforts to hike the entire Pacific Crest Trail. Fewer than half finish this 2,669 mile expedition, but for the . . . → Read More: Pacific Crest Trail Program June 28