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Many of us grow our own vegetables to ensure that we are serving our families healthy food. But are we bringing more to the table than nutritious food? Join Bob Falconer, OSU Extension Service Master Gardener as he shares good agricultural practices that help you identify possible sources of contamination in the way you grow and handle your garden produce. Topics include identifying the sources of contaminants in the soil, water, animals in the garden, tools, harvesting techniques and personal hygiene. Management techniques to minimize possible sources of contamination will be shared.


The Summer Reading Program is here! We're kicking-off our annual summer-long program for children, teens and adults all day on June 6.

Join us for a concert with The Harmonica Pocket in Cannery Square, an Upcycled T-shirts program, or for an Altered Art craft at Veteran's Park. See details below.

Author Marie Buckley leads each group with a warm-up exercise and thematic writing session. No experience is necessary in order to participate, other than an enjoyment of writing and interacting with fellow writers. Bring writing tools and expect a lively, fun atmosphere with plenty of positive feedback. All workshops are from 2:00-4:00 PM in the Community Meeting Room. Dates & themes are:

  • May 17, Pulp Fiction
  • June 7, Batty
  • June 14, The Movies
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As part of our Summer Reading Author Series, join local author Melanie Dobson as she speaks about her writing process and shows slides of her research trips, including for her upcoming book: The Shadows of

Discovery Lab

Discovery Lab is a new Saturday program series at the library, each week with a family-friendly activity.

Join us in the library’s Community Room for a short presentation on why bees are super-heroes. We’ll have bee games and activities, and you’ll be able to decorate a flower pot and plant flowers seeds, too.

All ages welcome.