- The Conversation Project: "What We Want From the Wild," Tuesday, Nov. 1The next topic in The Conversation Project series is "What We Want From the Wild," led by Adam Davis, Oregon Humanities Executive Director. The event is on Tuesday, November 1 at 7 p.m.
Oregonians across the political spectrum place a high value on the diverse natural resources of our state, but we are divided about how these resources should be used and talked about. What do we want from nature? What do we understand nature to be, and how do we see ourselves fitting in? Join the conversation!
For more information about this topic of The Conversation Project visit the Oregon Humanities web site. 2016-10-25 12:12:23
- Library Board Meeting Oct. 27The monthly meeting of the Estacada Public Library board is Thursday, October 27 at 5:30 p.m. in the library's Flora Room. The meeting is held on the fourth Thursday of every month and is open to the public.2016-10-20 13:07:09
- Get the Facts at Your LibraryNeed information on a topic? We can help! Come in and talk to one of our librarians who can help you locate accurate, timely information from reliable, credible sources. Our library offers all its cardholders access to online resources such as Opposing Viewpoints, Consumer Reports, Research in Context, Science in Context, US History in Context and others that can answer your questions with facts. We can also help you locate Web site resources that will include articles, reports and statistics on specific topics.
Be an informed consumer and citizen! Use your library!2016-10-04 10:59:32
- New Preschool Storytime and Playgroup FridaysJoin us for a new Storytime and Playgroup Fridays from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm in the Flora Community Room. Preschool Storytime and Playgroup is intended for ages 3- 5 and their caregivers. We will focus on structured play and kindergarten readiness with lots of fun and movement. Craft and snack sponsored by Todos Juntos.
- Three New Cultural Passes AvailableWilsonville's World of Speed Museum, Salem's Gilbert House Children's Museum and Oregon City's End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Information Center are LINCC's three newest venues for which cultural passes are available. Call the library to reserve a date to use the passes.
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:
- World of Speed Museum
- 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