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56855 Venture Lane
Sunriver, OR 97707

Phone: (541) 312-1080
Fax: (541) 593-9286

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The Sunriver Library has served the Sunriver community since 1998. Designed as a popular reading library, this 6,800 square foot space—with its soaring ceilings and cozy fireplace—is the ideal place to browse for a book or movie.

Public computers are available in addition to the library’s collection of books, music and DVDs for adults, children, and teens. A public meeting room serves as a place for programs as story times as well as a quiet study or tutoring space. Rotating art exhibitions reflect the talent of the local community. Free WiFi is available throughout the building.

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  • Aug 10 2020

    10:00 AM - Monday -

    Create a vase to hold a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

    Using just four simple supplies you will create a vase to house some beautiful flowers. Draw a vase or pot on the cardboard with the black marker, then poke holes above that flowers can slide into.

    Now it's time to take a walk! What flowers are growing in your grass? Pick a few! Are there any flowers in your garden you're allowed to pick? Take one or two! Is there any greenery that might fill out your bouquet? Pick that too!

    Whatever you do, and wherever you go to collect flowers and greenery for your bouquet make sure it's okay to pick and make sure to leave some behind for others to enjoy.To participate in this project you will need:
    - Cardboard (6"x8" minimum)
    - Black marker or pen
    - Pencil or nail (to poke holes)
    - Flowers or other garden flora

    To view this program, click the link below or type this link into your browser (https://bit.ly/2Y5hXlY). This link will take you to a playlist where you will find this program and more fun family programs.

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  • Aug 11 2020

    10:00 AM - Tuesday -

    Fun story times with community librarians.
    New English-language story times are posted every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m.*oo*

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  • Aug 11 2020

    12:00 PM - Tuesday -

    Learn to format your Microsoft Word documents so they look their best!

    Join Deschutes Public Library Librarian Graham Fox to learn or re-learn all of the basic Word formatting options and experiment with the headings options during this interactive online class.

    Join the Zoom meeting here: https://zoom.us/j/99043768286
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  • Aug 11 2020

    6:00 PM - Tuesday -

    A link to view this program online will be available beginning August 11 at 6:00 p.m.

    Learn how to align your investments and your values with Jack Schniepp, CFP.

    Jack Schniepp discusses the value of choosing Socially Responsible Investments (SRI) when making a financial plan. This approach allows clients to match their values with their portfolio selections. During the presentation Jack demonstrates how this is accomplished through incorporating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investment screening criteria.

    Jack Schniepp CFP, is the founder of a local financial planning and investment management firm called Cascade Financial Strategies. His firm specializes in providing Socially Responsible Investing. Jack authors the SRIBend.com blog now in its 6th year. It provides information about ESG issues and tips for selecting sustainable and responsible investments. CFS is the sole Central OR member of the US Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment (USSIF) which is one of the only organizations where financial advisors can access resources, ideas and the latest news regarding the sustainable investment realm.

    Jack graduated from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA with a degree in social science and a secondary teaching credential. He then went on to obtain a Master's degree from East Stroudsburg University in PA. He is an active participant with many Central Oregon non-profits, and he and his wife Stacy reside in Bend and are involved in the many local activities and organizations that revolve around their eight children (yes you read that right).

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  • Aug 12 2020

    10:00 AM - Wednesday -

    Discuss "Places and Names: On War, Revolution, and Returning" by Elliot Ackerman via Zoom. Click the link below, or join at https://zoom.us/j/272320347 or with Meeting ID 272 320 347.

    From the publisher, "From a decorated Marine war veteran and National Book Award Finalist, an astonishing reckoning with the nature of combat and the human cost of the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. "War hath determined us ..." - John Milton, Paradise Lost Toward the beginning of Places and Names, Elliot Ackerman sits in a refugee camp in southern Turkey, across the table from a man named Abu Hassar, who fought for Al Qaeda in Iraq, and whose connections to the Islamic State are murky. At first, Ackerman pretends to have been a journalist during the Iraq War, but after establishes a rapport with Abu Hassar, he takes a risk by revealing to him that in fact he was a Marine special operation officer. Ackerman then draws the shape of the Euphrates River on a large piece of paper, and his one-time adversary quickly joins him in the game of filling in the map with the names and dates of where they saw fighting during the war. They had shadowed each other for some time, it turned out, a realization that brought them to a strange kind of intimacy. The rest of Elliot Ackerman's extraordinary memoir is in a way an answer to the question of why he came to that refugee camp and what he hoped to find there."

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  • Aug 12 2020

    10:00 AM - Wednesday -

    This program will be available beginning August 12, 2020 at https://bit.ly/2zIml0W

    Explore a famous museum - The Modern Art Museum or The Portland Art Museum. Take a closer look at your favorite paintings including art by Jackson Pollock, Helen Frankenthaler and other abstract artists.

    Create your own masterpiece with a variety of unexpected materials, marbles and paint.

    To participate in this project you will need:
    - paper (any size)
    - paint or toothpaste
    - marbles, a bouncy ball or small round rocks
    - unusual objects found outside or in. (That you don't mind covered in paint.)
    - one container (big enough for your paper to fit into.)

    See the link below to watch the video, and find other similar programs!
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  • Aug 12 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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  • Aug 12 2020

    12:00 PM - Wednesday -

    Regular library board meeting.

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  • Aug 12 2020

    6:30 PM - Wednesday -

    This live webinar will be held via Zoom.
    Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FvcPR88QTXCCGD53phrBqw

    A recorded video of this program will be available beginning Thursday, August 20th at 6:30 p.m.

    Today’s beer consumer has more options than ever, and when faced with hundreds of different beers, how do you choose what to drink? Join beer writer and aficionado, Jon Abernathy, for a presentation on beer styles, and a special BYOB virtual tasting. 21+.

    If you want to sip along, purchase a total of 4 beers, one of each of the four beer styles in this list put together by Jon Abernathy:

    BEER LIST:
    Hazy IPA (also called New England IPA, and can include Milkshake IPA)
    1. Sunriver Brewing makes excellent hazy IPAs, though I don't know what specifically is on the shelves right now; anything labeled as such is a great choice
    2. Boss Rambler Beer Club brews a number of hazies very much to the new style; the Sea Dodge IPA can be ordered from their website, and others are on tap at their taproom
    3. Deschutes Brewery's Fresh Haze Hazy IPA is approachable and a good choice too.
    4. Any other Hazy IPA in this category would be fine, depending on what's available.

    Sour beers -particularly the "kettle sour" style that is soured with lactobacillus
    1. Bend Brewing Company's Ching Ching is a great starting beer in this category that includes fruit
    2. Wild Ride Brewing has their line of Tarty to the Party sours, also with fruit
    3. 10 Barrel's Crush series are all sours and offer some variety
    4. Immersion Brewing has a sour called Sexy Girlfriend as well

    Pilsner and other craft lagers
    1. Crux Pilz from Crux Fermentation Project is a terrific example of these new(er) American craft lagers
    2. Worthy Brewing has Sol Power Pilsner which is another nice one
    3. Three Creeks Brewing Tres Arroyos Mexican Lager
    4. Cascade Lakes Brewing High Desert Lotus Pils

    Porter - going back to a classic style
    1. Deschutes' Black Butte Porter is a style benchmark and definitely a great choice
    2. Three Creeks' FivePine Chocolate Porter is excellent as well
    3. Wild Ride's Nut Crusher Peanut Butter Porter is fun for a flavorful twist
    4. Any other porter or even another dark style like stout is fine and I can answer questions about.Jon Abernathy wrote "Bend Beer: A History of Brewing in Central Oregon", and has been blogging about craft beer since 2004 when he launched “The Brew Site,” a blog dedicated to all things beer and brewing that has documented the change and rapid growth of the local brewing scene. Jon’s been drinking and homebrewing beer for far longer, judges homebrew competitions, and served as the president of the local Central Oregon Homebrewers Organization for three years. Learn more at his blog https://www.thebrewsite.com/ *zm*

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  • Aug 13 2020

    10:00 AM - Thursday -

    Fun story times with community librarians.
    New English-language story times are posted every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m.*oo*

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  • Aug 13 2020

    6:00 PM - Thursday -

    Acompañen a su bibliotecario en una noche de canto. ¿Les gustan las canciones del tiempo de cuentos? ¿Quieren aprender canciones y juegos de mano para hacer en casa? Afinen bien sus voces y únanse con nosotros para una noche de canto y diversión. Toda la familia está invitada y se les anima a todos participar.
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  • Aug 14 2020

    10:00 AM - Friday -

    Join us every Friday in July and August for a scavenger hunt that people of all ages can enjoy. Visit our YouTube channel for a new hunt every Friday.

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  • Aug 14 2020

    10:00 AM - Friday -

    Use a few simple ingredients to make a fragrant sugar scrub for yourself or to gift to someone else!

    To participate in this program you will need:
    Granulated Sugar (1/2 cup)
    Coconut Oil (1/2 cup)
    Essential Oil OR 2 tablespoons of citrus zest from the peel of an orange, lemon, or grapefruit
    1/2 cup measuring utensil
    A small container or mason jar to hold finished product

    To view this program, click the link below or type this link into your browser: https://bit.ly/37HW3bM. This link will take you to a playlist where you will find this program and more fun teen programs.

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  • Aug 15 2020

    10:00 AM - Saturday -

    Divertidos tiempos de cuentos virtuales con sus bibliotecarios.Toda la familia está invitada a este tiempo de cuentos virtual que ofrece libros para bebés, niños pequeños y preescolares. Instalaciones nuevas se estrenan en YouTube cada sábado a las 10am. Para ver este programa, haga clic en el enlace de abajo o introduzca esta dirección a su navegador web; https://bit.ly/2Vfrh53. Este enlace lo llevara a una lista donde encontrara este programa u otros programas familiares divertidos.
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  • Aug 17 2020

    10:00 AM - Monday -

    Make a simple woven basket out of paper!

    Learn the basics of weaving with supplies you might have around the house. You'll make a small basket for the collection of summer treasures.

    Supplies:
    Nine strips of paper, 1 inch wide, and color, or multiple colors
    Glue, tape, and/or staples and a stapler

    Optional:
    Coloring tools to decorate your basket (pens, crayons, colored pencils, etc.)

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  • Aug 18 2020

    10:00 AM - Tuesday -

    Fun story times with community librarians.
    New English-language story times are posted every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m.*oo*

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  • Aug 18 2020

    6:00 PM - Tuesday -

    A link to view this program online will be available beginning August 18 at 6:00 p.m.

    Explore the history, challenges and ongoing work of voting equality.

    Kimberly Jensen highlights key developments in the history of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Kim will also explore the challenges to voting rights in Oregon and the nation from the time of the woman's suffrage movement to our own day, with suggestions for work we can all do to achieve voting equity in our state and nation.

    Kimberly Jensen is Professor of History and Gender Studies at Western Oregon University in Monmouth, Oregon. She is the author of Mobilizing Minerva: American Women in the First World War (University of Illinois Press, 2008) and Oregon's Doctor to the World: Esther Pohl Lovejoy and a Life in Activism (University of Washington, 2012). She is a board member of the Oregon Women's History Consortium. *oo*

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  • Aug 19 2020

    10:00 AM - Wednesday -

    Experiment with your own DIY bubble wands and solution!

    Get the low down on bubble science. Make your own homemade, gigantic bubble solution and create enormous bubbles. Design a bubble wand and have a blast chasing soapy, iridescent orbs.

    To participate in this project you will need:
    For the bubbles...
    - 4 cups warm water
    - 1/2 cup sugar
    - 1/2 cup dish soap (apparently the blue Dawn soap works best)
    - Bowl
    - Whisk or fork
    OR
    -Store bought bubbles

    For the wand...
    - 2 Straws (sticks, pencils or dowels can work as a substitute)
    - String - at least 3 feet (shoe laces can work in a pinch)

    See the link below to watch the video, and find other similar programs!

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  • Aug 19 2020

    11:00 AM - Wednesday -

    ONLINE ONLY
    A link to view this program online will be provided at 11:00 a.m. on August 19.

    Wonder awaits on the other side of the rabbit hole.

    Its always tea time in Wonderland. Join the Alice and the Mad Hatter online, but don't lose your head. Wear fantastical costumes, or your finest clothes, or crowns, gems and sparkles. Stories and entertainment to please the Queen of Hearts and royalty. Don't be late for this very important date!

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  • Aug 19 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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  • Aug 19 2020

    6:00 PM - Wednesday -

    A link to view this program online will be available beginning August 19th at 6:00 p.m.

    Join Amanda Egertson, Stewardship Director of the Deschutes Land Trust to learn more about this butterfly in peril.

    The monarch is an iconic species, one of the most intrepid migrants of the insect world, and their population has plummeted in recent years. Amanda will talk about some of the challenges monarchs face, how to tell the difference between monarchs and other common local butterflies, and what you can do to help them.

    Amanda Egertson is the Deschutes Land Trust's Stewardship Director and oversees the management of all of the Land Trust's protected lands. Amanda has a B.A. in Elementary Education and Music and an M.S. in Animal Ecology, with a research focus on songbirds and butterflies. She leads butterfly tours (often with her kids Lucy and Eli as co-leaders) on Land Trust Preserves and is guiding the Land Trust's work with regional monarch conservation. Prior to joining the Land Trust in 2004, Amanda worked as the Community Outreach Coordinator for the Central Oregon Environmental Center and as a naturalist for the Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory. Amanda is a volunteer at the local Humane Society and at Westside Village Magnet School, and serves as a board member for Western Monarch Advocates. Amanda and her family spend their free time exploring Oregon's great outdoors and snorkeling tropical waters.

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  • Aug 20 2020

    10:00 AM - Thursday -

    Fun story times with community librarians.
    New English-language story times are posted every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m.*oo*

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  • Aug 20 2020

    6:00 PM - Thursday -

    Exprésate creando una obra de arte juntos inspirado por un libro infantil. Toda la familia está invitada.*ls* *oo*

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  • Aug 20 2020

    7:00 PM - Thursday -

    A link to view this program online will be available beginning Thursday, August 20 at 7:00 p.m.

    Learn how scientists use comparative anatomy to reconstruct Earth’s vanished worlds so that we can help Baby Yoda find its own home planet!

    Even in these divided times, we can all agree on one thing: we love Baby Yoda! But what is this child we adore and where did it come from? Similar questions about extinct lifeforms plague real-world scientists, who use the method of comparative anatomy to find their answers. Learn how scientists use comparative anatomy to reconstruct Earth’s vanished worlds so that we can help Baby Yoda find its own home planet!

    Leonard Finkelman is an assistant professor of Philosophy at Linfield College. He received his PhD in Philosophy from the City University of New York Graduate Center in 2013. Since then he has come to specialize in the emerging field of Philosophy of Paleontology, working on conceptual issues in extinction and the metaphysical background of dinosaur research. He is currently working towards a Master of Science degree in Vertebrate Paleontology at the University of Oregon.

    In addition to this research, Leonard has written a number of outreach essays on a variety of topics including ethics, possible-world semantics, and human nature. He will also occasionally indulge interests in astronomy, prehistoric art, science fiction, and graphic novels.

    Leonard's favorite dinosaur is Tyrannosaurus rex. He acknowledges that this is an uninteresting choice. Please pretend that he said Yutyrannus huali instead.

    Leonard's work has been profiled in "Wired Science" and "The Oregonian."

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  • Aug 21 2020

    10:00 AM - Friday -

    Join us every Friday in July and August for a scavenger hunt that people of all ages can enjoy. Visit our YouTube channel for a new hunt every Friday.

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  • Aug 22 2020

    10:00 AM - Saturday -

    Divertidos tiempos de cuentos virtuales con sus bibliotecarios.Toda la familia está invitada a este tiempo de cuentos virtual que ofrece libros para bebés, niños pequeños y preescolares. Instalaciones nuevas se estrenan en YouTube cada sábado a las 10am. Para ver este programa, haga clic en el enlace de abajo o introduzca esta dirección a su navegador web; https://bit.ly/2Vfrh53. Este enlace lo llevara a una lista donde encontrara este programa u otros programas familiares divertidos.
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  • Aug 22 2020

    3:00 PM - Saturday -

    A link to view this program will be available beginning August 22 at 3:00 p.m.

    Learn pickleball basics with Lisa Palcic, Pickleball Zone Head Pro.

    This video will take you through an “online” introductory class to pickleball. This is perfect for those that have never played before or for those that have played a few times but do not quite have all the rules, and basics down yet. Join Lisa Palcic (Head Pro at Pickleball Zone Bend/Oregon Pickleball Academy) for this fun yet informative video.

    Lisa Palcic has over 25 years of experience in the fitness and athletics industry. Lisa’s experience includes managing a 30,000 square foot athletic and tennis facility with over 800 members. Besides being a lifelong athlete she has also coached thousands of people in many different sports of all levels and has instructed fitness classes of all types. Lisa is an Oregon USAPA ambassador, and spent time on the Bend Pickleball Club Board. Lisa has played at Nationals and the US Open and holds a Pro Credential as a pickleball player. Over the past few years, she has traveled all over with a home base here in Central Oregon for teaching. She has taught well over 8000 pickleball players of all levels. Lisa specializes in Body Mechanics, breaking down every stroke to make your body work smarter, which in turn gets the most benefit and control out of every stroke and movement. She is currently a Pickleball Zone Academy instructor. *oo*

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  • Aug 24 2020

    10:00 AM - Monday -

    Create a nature inspired musical instrument.

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  • Aug 25 2020

    10:00 AM - Tuesday -

    Fun story times with community librarians.
    New English-language story times are posted every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m.*oo*

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  • Aug 26 2020

    10:00 AM - Wednesday -

    Used pressed plants to make a beautiful bookmark.

    We'll look at two different methods: (1) ironing wax paper and (2) no-iron contact paper.

    Supplies you'll need for both methods:
    *Pressed natural items, such as flowers, leaves or grass. Take the items and put them between the pages of a book, or under a stack of books to flatten them. Let them remain there at least overnight.

    For the ironing version:
    *Iron (as in for clothing)
    *Wax paper in two sheets, a little bigger than the bookmark you'd like to make
    *Heavy paper, or a couple of sheets of lightweight paper
    *Scissors

    For the non-iron version:
    *Clear contact paper a little bigger than the bookmark you'd like to make
    *Scissors

    Optional:
    *Hole Punch
    *Ribbon or string

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  • Aug 26 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.

    *oo*

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  • Aug 26 2020

    5:00 PM - Wednesday -

    A link to view this program online will be available beginning Wednesday, August 26th at 5:00 p.m.

    Meet the rescued farm animals who call this Pennsylvania sanctuary their forever home.

    Join us for a virtual tour of Lancaster Farm Sanctuary in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is a safe forever home to more than 70 rescued farm animals including cows, pigs, goats, sheep, alpacas, turkeys, chickens, and ducks. The sanctuary is the only one of its kind in one of the nation's largest agricultural counties. You will love meeting the individuals who call the sanctuary home!

    Lancaster Farm Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) non-profit farm animal sanctuary.
    Their mission is rescuing farmed animals and providing them sanctuary, and inspiring humans to live with compassion and respect. Sarah Salluzzo and Jonina Turzi founded Lancaster Farm Sanctuary in July 2017. Sarah and Jonina are motivated by their love for animals, humans, and the environment. They founded the sanctuary in an effort to provide compassionate connections between humans and the lovely beings typically viewed as mere commodities. Learn more about the Sanctuary at https://lancasterfarmsanctuary.org/

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  • Aug 27 2020

    10:00 AM - Thursday -

    Fun story times with community librarians.
    New English-language story times are posted every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m.*oo*

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  • Aug 27 2020

    5:00 PM - Thursday -

    A link to view this program online will be available beginning Thursday, August 27th at 5:00 p.m.

    Learn what four years of beekeeping has taught Oregon Master Beekeeper and president of the Portland Urban Beekeepers club, Cheryl Wright. She'll discuss some of the unexpected aspects of beekeeping including diseases, swarming, and what goes into a beekeeping season.

    Cheryl Wright has been a beekeeper for "only" four years. She is currently the president of the Portland Urban Beekeepers bee club, and is currently approaching her 2nd year at the Master level of the Oregon Master Beekeeping program. She started her beekeeping adventures by reading Dewey Caron’s book, Honey Bee Biology and Beekeeping (2013) twice over, and attending monthly Portland Urban Beekeeping meetings. The more she learned about beekeeping the less sure she was that this was a viable hobby. To learn more, she signed up for the Oregon Master Beekeeping (OMB) Program. After a year of serious exploration and study, she purchased her equipment and three small 5-frame beehives, called "nucs". Additionally, she was awarded a box of bees through a PUB scholarship for the OMB program. She has made progress, and maintains between two to six hives on her back deck.

    In real life, to support her bee obsession, she works as a nurse practitioner for United Health Group performing in-home health risk assessments for Medicare recipients. *oo*

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  • Aug 27 2020

    6:00 PM - Thursday -

    A link to view this program will be avaialable on August 27 at 6:00 p.m.

    Big hair and big changes in Deschutes County.

    The Deschutes Public Library turns 100 years old in 2020! We celebrate our 100th anniversary with a new series of programs titled "Deschutes by the Decades." This series will explore and reflect upon Deschutes County's history through the last ten decades. Although there has been tremendous change over these 100 years, the Deschutes Public Library's commitment and dedication to serve the residents and communities in Deschutes County has stayed steadfast.

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  • Aug 27 2020

    6:00 PM - Thursday -

    Un evento virtual celebrando la tradición oral latinoamericana. Invitamos a toda la familia a participar.Noche de cuentos es una iniciativa formada para celebrar el poder que tiene la narración en unir a nuestras comunidades. Reúnase con nosotros para celebrar las ricas y abundantes tradiciones de narración de América Latina. Venga a escuchar cuentacuentos de nuestra comunidad en Central Oregón y aprendan como iniciar su propia relación con la narración. ¡Invitamos a toda la familia a participar!

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  • Aug 28 2020

    10:00 AM - Friday -

    Join us every Friday in July and August for a scavenger hunt that people of all ages can enjoy. Visit our YouTube channel for a new hunt every Friday.

    *oo*

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  • Aug 29 2020

    10:00 AM - Saturday -

    Divertidos tiempos de cuentos virtuales con sus bibliotecarios.Toda la familia está invitada a este tiempo de cuentos virtual que ofrece libros para bebés, niños pequeños y preescolares. Instalaciones nuevas se estrenan en YouTube cada sábado a las 10am. Para ver este programa, haga clic en el enlace de abajo o introduzca esta dirección a su navegador web; https://bit.ly/2Vfrh53. Este enlace lo llevara a una lista donde encontrara este programa u otros programas familiares divertidos.
    *oo* *ls*

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  • Aug 29 2020

    3:00 PM - Saturday -

    A link to view this program will be available beginning August 29 at 3:00 p.m.

    Take you game to the next level with Lisa Palcic, Pickleball Zone Head Pro.

    This video is for those of you that have played pickleball before and have even possibly had some instruction, but would love some pointers on technique, strategy tips and more to help take your game to the next level. Learn some of the tried and true strategies, smart shot selection, advanced stroke techniques and more, then use these helpful tips and tricks to beat that worthy opponent!

    Lisa Palcic has over 25 years of experience in the fitness and athletics industry. Lisa’s experience includes managing a 30,000 square foot athletic and tennis facility with over 800 members. Besides being a lifelong athlete she has also coached thousands of people in many different sports of all levels and has instructed fitness classes of all types. Lisa is an Oregon USAPA ambassador, and spent time on the Bend Pickleball Club Board. Lisa has played at Nationals and the US Open and holds a Pro Credential as a pickleball player. Over the past few years, she has traveled all over with a home base here in Central Oregon for teaching. She has taught well over 8000 pickleball players of all levels. Lisa specializes in Body Mechanics, breaking down every stroke to make your body work smarter, which in turn gets the most benefit and control out of every stroke and movement. She is currently a Pickleball Zone Academy instructor. *oo*

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