• Dahlia Sale May 12-14The Library's annual dahlia bulb sale is happening May 12-14 during library hours. Choose from many different varieties priced way below retail. All proceeds benefit the library. [caption id="attachment_4279" align="aligncenter" width="300"]KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption]2016-05-03 11:42:41
  • Oregon State Parks Program Series May 5 & May 13

    Summer vacation season is coming soon and your library is offering three programs that will make you want to visit our wonderful state parks and enjoy the wildlife in nature.

    Win a 12 month day pass to all 26 Oregon State Parks that require one!

    All attendees at any of these 3 programs will receive one ticket. 

    Our series continues:

    Owls of Oregon

    Thursday, May 5, 2016

    Estacada Public Library Flora Community Room

    7 p.m.

    What bird can: fly in complete silence, turn their heads almost ¾ of the way around, and hunt in total darkness? Owls! Find out how they do it, where they reside, and which kinds inhabit the Pacific Northwest.  Come learn from John Mullen, Oregon State Parks Manager, as he explores these unique animals and their mysterious ways! Before becoming a Park Manager, John Mullen was the President of Central Illinois Audubon Society for eight years. During this period he also served as the natural resource manager for more than 8,000 acres of oak hickory woodlands and prairies with the Peoria Park District. Prior to his time in Illinois, he worked as a wildlife biologist with Oregon State University and the Siuslaw National Forest, much of the time surveying and monitoring spotted owls as well as other birds in the Oregon Coast Range.

    100 Years of Oregon State Parks 1913-2013

    Friday, May 13 at 7 p.m.

    Estacada Public Library Flora Community Room

    7 p.m.

    Ken and Janet Jackson return to Estacada Library for this history of Oregon State Parks.
    The Oregon State Parks system has a rich history since Governor Oswald West saved the beaches in 1913. The Jackson's will lead you through this amazing story and conclude with a description of the additions and improvements to our State Parks since 2000.
    All these events are FREE and open to all. For more information contact the library at 503.630.8273
    The first program in this series WAS...

    Ken and Janet's Excellent Adventure

    Friday, April 29, 2016

    Estacada Public Library Flora Community Room

    7 p.m.

    They have visited every state park and recreation area in Oregon and are coming to Estacada Library to tell you about Ken and Janet's Excellent Adventure!
    While camping at Ft. Stevens State Park on New Year's Eve, 2000, Ken and Janet Jackson realized that they kept returning to the same few state parks. They decided to visit all of the parks and set a goal to complete their mission by the end of 2010. Over the next 10 years, they visited every park, natural area, heritage site, rest area, scenic viewpoint, recreation site, wayside, and scenic corridor. Although both Janet and Ken were born and raised in Oregon, they discovered there was a lot of our beautiful state they had never seen and learned more about the history, geology and geography of Oregon than they ever learned in school! This program will take you to some of the familiar parks and a lot of the lesser known places they visited as the criss-crossed the state many times.
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  • Art in the Library Show--Powerhouse Project

    The Powerhouse Project Revisited

    presented by the Estacada Public Library and the Estacada Area Arts Commission

    A selection of 24 artist favorites from four PGE Powerhouse Art Jams on display inside the library March 18- May 24.

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  • Two New Cultural Passes AvailableSalem's  Gilbert House Children's Museum and Oregon City's End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Information Center are LINCC's two newest cultural passes Call the library to reserve a date to use the passes.  Note: The Gilbert House pass can be reserved now for visits on April 1 and after. End of the Trail is already available for reservations. Check out cultural passes using your LINCC library card. Cultural passes allow users free or reduced admission to area attractions.  Estacada Library loans cultural passes for:
    • Gilbert House Children's Museum
    • End of the Oregon Trail
    • Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
    • Lan Su Chinese Garden
    • Pittock Mansion
    • Portland Art Museum
    • Portland Japanese Garden


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  • We Still Have Tax Forms AvailableTax season may be officially over for most people but some of you may have filed an extension and are still working on your taxes. We still have forms and we can get forms for past years. We have a supply of the most often used forms, such as Federal 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ, and can print other forms for you from the IRS web site. We also have a limited number of instruction booklets for those tax forms.

    The library does not receive any Oregon tax forms, however we can also print those forms for you from the State of Oregon web site.

    For all of your non-standard tax form needs, please come in with a list of form numbers  (library staff cannot advise which forms to use) and we will print them for you. Our tax forms are located inside the library across from the DVD collection. Please see staff at the Information Desk if you need us to locate and print forms for you.  
    2016-03-07 10:12:18