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See Mary Poppins, with Jane & Michael Banks, perform "Spoonful of Sugar" in the stacks on Thursday, February 19 at 3:30 PM. Actors from Voices for the Performing Arts will talk about the upcoming production and how they got involved with the arts.
"Serial", true crime and some suggestions for what to read next
Many of us have been enthralled by the new podcast Serial which, in twelve episodes told the story of a true crime, the murder of a teenage girl. It had all the elements that make a great crime story: great characters, clues, tension, conflicting witness reports and evidence, plus it was a real crime which adds a frisson we don't not find in Agatha Christie or Stieg Larssen or other crimes novels.
This drop-in program is recommended for ages 3 and up and features Duplo and Lego blocks as well as puzzles.
Need help with math or science? The Library can help! Every Tuesday the Library is offering math and science tutoring for grades 6-12 from 3:00-5:00 PM. Sign up for a 20 minute one-on-one session between 3:00-4:00 PM, or just drop in during our open session from 4:00-5:00 PM.
To sign up for a one-on-one session call the Library at 503.625.6688.
Join in for a fun, interactive introduction to Infant/Toddler Sign Language. Through songs and play, learn how to encourage your preverbal baby to use signs to communicate. Participants will learn American Sign Language (ASL) signs for words and ideas that are important to babies and explore Sign Language resources that support additional learning.
Join Judy Goldmann of the Genealogical Society of Washington County, as she presents on her great grandfather Joseph Meeks, the Mountain Men and the events leading up to Oregon's first birthday, on February 14, 1859.
Birthday cupcakes will be served.
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