Every Tuesday, 3:30-5:30 p.m.: Anime Club!
Come and find out what we’re watching and talking about. And eating. Cuz the snacks are free (and so is the anime-watching and the hanging out). For teens.
Wednesday, December 18, 3:30-5:30 p.m.: Free Movie!
Five children get a fantastic (and potentially dangerous) tour of an incredible candy-maker’s private world of invention. If you’re greedy or bratty, or watch too much TV, you might not make it out in the same shape you came in! This 2005 film is rated PG and runs 118 minutes (just under 2 hours). We can’t show you the title here under the terms of our license to legally show movies to the public. If you can’t guess, give us a call at 541-756-0400, or come in to the library.
Light refreshments are provided. Movies at the library are shown free of charge.
Story Times take a break after December 20
Fall Story Times come to an end with the usual sessions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday December 18-20. Come back for Winter Story Times beginning in January. Over the holidays, we know you’ll still be reading and rhyming, singing and dancing together!
Closing at 2:00, Tuesday December 24
Library closed for Christmas Day, Wednesday December 25
The Library will close early on Tuesday, December 24 at 2:00 for Christmas Eve. We will be closed on Christmas Day, Wednesday the 25th. We’ll be open again for our usual hours on Thursday the 26th, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
As always, you can return items at any time to our outside book return in the wall of the building facing Union Street. Our website is always available to search for items, place holds, do research, and download e-books and audiobooks.
Displays at the Library in December
Conference Room Gallery: Paintings by Bernard Sherwood
Tall Case: Penguins from the collection of Lyn Johnston
Enjoy the penguins on display behind the service desk, too!
Children’s Room: Colorful soil samples from the Painted Hills, by Steven Michael