The Library is open Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 6 pm. Face coverings are required for staff and customers over the age of five. Visits are limited to 30 minutes per customers per day.
What is available: Browsing & checking out books, movies & more, public computers.
Free: printing, copying, faxing & scanning.
-Tuesday, March 9, 6:00 pm: Wolves of the West. Live on Zoom. Learn about the wolf’s natural history, biology, and society & their history of eradication up to today’s current management programs. Click Here
-Tuesday, March 16, 3:00 pm: Pollinator Pathway & Native Bees of Central Oregon: Learn how you can help pollinators this spring and get acquainted with native bees in this two part presentation with Basey Klopp of the Bend Pollinator Pathway and Toni Stephan, Horticulture and Small Farms Instructor at the OSU Deschutes County Extension Office. Click Here
-Wednesday, March 24, 3:00 pm: Chinese Experience in America: Hear how the story of two Chinese gentlemen in early John Day reveals a more realistic version of Chinese Experience from the mid-1800s – 1960s with Don Merritt, Museum Curator and Archaeologist for Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site. Click Here
-Wednesday, March 31, 6:00 pm: Changing Climates & Wildlife: A Climate-Altered Future.
Consider ways that changing climates are affecting wildlife and effects we can anticipate as climate change continues with WWU Environmental Sciences Associate Professor John McLaughlin, PhD. Click Here