The Library’s annual dahlia sale will end on Sunday, June 9 to make way for the Summer Reading program. There are still many varieties to choose from and the low price of $.50 cents a bulb.
This is an incredible deal, since many of these tubers sell retail for $4 to . . . → Read More: Dahlia Sale Ends Sunday, June 9
Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) patrons, as of May 1, now have access to materials from libraries all over the state of Oregon thanks to the Oregon Library Passport Program (OLPP).
This program allows LINCC patrons to obtain a library card from other participating Oregon libraries (Click Here for list of participating libraries). That means . . . → Read More: Oregon Library Passport Program
Oregon Humanities’ The Conversation Project is coming to Estacada Library! For three Tuesdays in May the Flora Room will open up for thoughtful conversations on critical social issues with leading Oregon scholars and thinkers. Visit the Oregon Humanities Web site for information on how Oregon Humanities is bringing these discussion programs to other cities around . . . → Read More: Oregon Humanities Conversation Project at Library
The second meeting of the Estacada Library Teen Council will take place on Tuesday, May 7 at 3:30 p.m. in the Flora Room.
We had a great turn out for the first meeting and it is not too late to join the group. All teens between 12 and 17 are welcome.
At this meeting, the . . . → Read More: Teen Council Meeting Tuesday, May 7
Our book sale is TODAY! We are excited about seeing our long-time library friends as well as visitors to Estacada at our fundraiser. This is a great chance to show off our library and town.
The book sale will feature patron donations as well as materials withdrawn from the library’s collection. Payment is cash only. . . . → Read More: Really Big Book Sale April 20 & 21
The April 24 computer classes–including the one-on-one sessions and the Internet Job Searching class–have been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict.
The class schedule for the rest of April will remain unchanged.
The Internet Job Searching class will return in May.
The library offers weekly computer classes on topics relevant to beginning users.
There will be no classes on July 10.
The June classes are: How to Use E-mail, Beginning Microsoft Word and Facebook for Beginners.
Sign-up is one week in advance. Call the library at 503.630.8273 or stop in to register.
The July schedule:
. . . → Read More: July Computer Classes
Our Festival of the Fungus mushroom expert Jake Hurlbert will present “Wild Flowers of the Columbia River Gorge and High Cascades” on Saturday, April 6 at 12:30 p.m. in the Flora Room.
As we anticipate SPRING come see some wondrous bursts of color as he presents a slideshow of our state’s magnificent variety of flowers . . . → Read More: Wild Flowers of the Columbia River Gorge Program
Our annual Food for Fines drive to benefit the Estacada Area Food Bank is almost over. Your food donations go toward paying down your fines and you help an important cause. For each item donated you can earn up to $1. Regular-sized cans earn fifty cents, large cans (larger than 12 oz.) and hygiene products . . . → Read More: Final Week: February Food for Fines
The Library will be closed Monday, January 21, in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Regular hours will resume Tuesday, January 22 at 11 a.m.