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110 N Cedar St
PO Box 1209
Sisters, OR 97759

Phone: (541) 312-1070
Fax: (541) 549-9620

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The Sisters Library features 8,300 square feet of space, all housed in an exterior design that includes a partial wraparound porch with the Western appearance for which Sisters is famous. Though the building itself was constructed in 2005, Sisters has a tradition of library service that goes back decades.

In addition to a robust selection of books, music, and DVDs, the library also offers public computers as well as children’s story times and adult programming in the community meeting room. The interior design features vaulted ceilings and a gas fireplace that creates a cozy reading area. Rotating art and quilt exhibitions reflect the talent of the local community. Free WiFi is available throughout the building.

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  • Jun 6 2020

    1:00 PM - Saturday -

    A link to view this program online will be provided June 6 at 1:00 p.m.

    Explore the rarely seen natural wonders on your public lands with photographer Mark Darnell.

    Photographer Mark Darnell presents a collection of large, museum quality prints and describes how exploration of our public lands in southeast Oregon can reveal more than we ever dreamed. Find out the distinction between human vision and the photographic process. Come learn more about this intriguing corner of our state with maps and geologic information.


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  • Jun 7 2020

    3:00 PM - Sunday -

    A link to view this program online will be provided at 3:00 p.m. June 7.

    Get on the floor! Let's dance!

    With roots in the Puerto Rican Bronx neighborhoods, the hustle is the iconic dance of the 1970s. With the release of Saturday Night Fever in 1977 dancers from the country were hustling across discos, ballrooms, and living rooms.

    Join dance instructor Cindy Miskowiec for hustle tutorial. Grab a friend and get ready to move!

    Cindy has had a love for all forms of dance for over 35 years. She started taking tap, ballet, and jazz classes at the age of 5 and has been dancing ever since. She danced her way through college and has continued to study ballet as an adult. She has been taking classes and teaching at Terpsichorean Dance Studio since 2013. *oo*

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  • Jun 8 2020

    11:30 AM - Monday -

    Use items from around the house to do crafts inspired by The Night Fairy, one of Oregon's Battle of the Books title for the 2020-2021 school year.

    This book is available for checkout via Hoopla and Overdrive, free with your Deschutes Public Library card.

    Part two of our three part series around The Night Fairy, a 2020-2021 OBOB selection for grades 3-5.

    Join through the link below. Please contact us if you would like to call in using a telephone.


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  • Jun 9 2020

    10:00 AM - Tuesday -

    Get online help with your technology questions using Zoom.

    Meet one-on-one with library staff using Zoom conferencing software to get help with your basic technology questions. Staff can help you access and use the library's digital downloads including eBooks, streaming TV and movies and magazines; give guidance on common computer software including Microsoft Office and Internet browsers; and general smartphone and tablet operating questions.

    Staff is unable to help with tech-support type questions such as malfunctions, downloads and repairs.


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  • Jun 10 2020

    12:00 PM - Wednesday -

    Hear from librarians each week with a new book recommendation.

    Community Librarians will help you find new and exciting eBook reading opportunities. Featured books are from the library's Libby and Hoopla apps so you can start reading!

    A link to this online program will be posted here the day of the event.


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  • Jun 10 2020

    12:00 PM - Wednesday - Meeting Room

    Regular library board meeting

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  • Jun 11 2020

    1:00 PM - Thursday -

    Discuss "All You Can Ever Know" by Nicole Chung.

    Nicole Chung was born severely premature, placed for adoption by her Korean parents, and raised by a white family in a sheltered Oregon town. She was told her biological parents had made the ultimate sacrifice in the hope of giving her a better life, that forever feeling slightly out of place was her fate as a transracial adoptee. But Nicole grew up facing prejudice her adoptive family couldn't see, and wondered if the story she'd been told was the whole truth. Here Chung tells of her search for the people who gave her up, and chronicles the repercussions of unearthing painful family secrets.

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  • Jun 11 2020

    5:30 PM - Thursday -

    Test your literary knowledge!

    Do you consider yourself a bibliophile? A bookworm? A booklover? Well, now is your chance to test your literary knowledge from the comfort of your own home. Grab a pen and paper, a quarantine buddy, and a device with internet access. We'll go through a couple rounds of questions to see how well you know books. Be prepared for the obscure, the absurd and the obvious!

    Please use this link to join the event:


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  • Jun 12 2020

    6:00 PM - Friday -

    A link to view this program online will be provided at 6:00 p.m. on June 12th.

    Learn why one local bat species is so difficult to find for wildlife researchers and how the public can get involved in an innovative citizen science research project with OSU-Cascades' Northwestern Bat Hub. Presented by bat researcher and Volunteer Coordinator Sara Rose.

    Central Oregon is a haven for outdoor recreation and nature enthusiasts. Many of us feel comfortable in and knowledgeable about our local habitats, but there is so much that we don’t see and don’t truly understand. Some of our most elusive and misunderstood neighbors are bats. Being small, swift, and nocturnal, they are easy to miss as they move across the landscape. Though wildlife researchers have some amazing tools to find and study bats, one local species remains particularly elusive: the spotted bat. And so the Northwestern Bat Hub is turning to our community for help. This presentation will explain why these odd and adorable animals are so difficult to find and how the public can get involved and contribute to an innovative research project.

    Sara Rose is the Volunteer Coordinator for the Spotted Bat Project, a citizen science project hosted by the Northwestern Bat Hub, as part of the HERS Lab at OSU – Cascades. She also helps to coordinate and conduct large-scale bat monitoring and research across the Pacific Northwest. Sara received her B.S. from OSU- Cascades in natural resources fish and wildlife conservation. Before joining the Bat Hub, she completed wildlife research internships with the Deschutes National Forest and with Cardiff University at their research center in Malaysia. In her spare time, Sara has participated in Sierra Nevada red fox and golden eagle research. She currently helps run a local community organization, Central Oregon Womxn in Conservation.

    For more information on the Spotted Bat Project visit *oo*

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  • Jun 13 2020

    1:00 PM - Saturday -

    A link to view the program online with be posted here June 13 at 1 PM, or click "View Link" below.

    Macramé - a seventies tradition with a modern day “twist.” Learn to make a plant hanger of your very own that will add charm and nostalgia to any room....or the perfect gift!

    After years of traveling and living abroad, Brook Blue moved to Oregon where her curiosity in macramé led her to her first workshop. She was immediately intrigued by the practice, finding a deep connection with both the utilitarian and creative aspects that it encompasses. Through her macramé business, bold and blue, she aims to create visual experiences in the spaces we occupy. Both the materials and the compositions she chooses for the pieces she makes seek to invoke timeless nostalgia while presenting it in a contemporary form. Brook loves the idea of using an ancient craft to create art that exists both in the physical and conceptual realms. *oo*

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