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  • Jun 20

    11:30 AM - Community Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 21

    10:30 AM - Meeting Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 21

    11:30 AM - Community Room

    Do you love free food and care about mental health? Join your favorite librarians, Erin and Meagan, for this multi-week good time!

    Deschutes Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Library, is beginning a series called “Nourishing Minds.” This program, designed for ages 14 to 18, is a way for teens to co-design library programs through games and activities which foster a positive mental health environment. This 5 session series will begin on June 21st and will meet on select Fridays from 11:30am - 2:00pm. Attendees will receive lunch, snacks, and transportation/gas gift cards. Additional gift cards will be gifted to teens who attend all sessions. Email Meagan Hopkins Looney at meaganl@deschuteslibrary.org for any questions. Registration is required for this program.

  • Jun 24

    11:30 AM - Brooks Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 24

    1:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Celebrate all things anime with DPL this summer!

  • Jun 26

    11:00 AM - Community Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 27

    10:00 AM - Redmond Senior Center

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

    This program will be at the Redmond Senior Center located at 325 NW Dogwood Ave, Redmond, OR 97756.

  • Jun 27

    1:00 PM - Community Room

    Celebrate all things anime with DPL this summer!

  • Jun 28

    11:30 AM - Community Room

    Do you love free food and care about mental health? Join your favorite librarians, Erin and Meagan, for this multi-week good time!

    Deschutes Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Library, is beginning a series called “Nourishing Minds.” This program, designed for ages 14 to 18, is a way for teens to co-design library programs through games and activities which foster a positive mental health environment. This 5 session series will begin on June 21st and will meet on select Fridays from 11:30am - 2:00pm. Attendees will receive lunch, snacks, and transportation/gas gift cards. Additional gift cards will be gifted to teens who attend all sessions. Email Meagan Hopkins Looney at meaganl@deschuteslibrary.org for any questions. Registration is required for this program.

  • Jul 2

    1:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 3

    12:00 PM - Community Room

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 8

    1:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Celebrate all things anime with DPL this summer!

  • Jul 9

    1:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 10

    12:00 PM - Community Room

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 10

    1:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Discuss Stargazing by Jen Wang

    Moon is everything Christine isn't. She’s confident, impulsive, artistic . . . and though they both grew up in the same Chinese-American suburb, Moon is somehow unlike anyone Christine has ever known. But after Moon moves in next door, these unlikely friends are soon best friends, sharing their favorite music videos and painting their toenails when Christine's strict parents aren't around. Moon even tells Christine her deepest secret: that she has visions, sometimes, of celestial beings who speak to her from the stars. Who reassure her that earth isn't where she really belongs. Moon's visions have an all-too-earthly root, however, and soon Christine's best friend is in the hospital, fighting for her life. Can Christine be the friend Moon needs, now, when the sky is falling?

  • Jul 12

    All Day -

    Celebrate Pride all summer long with our FREE book box!

    The Rainbow Book Box is a chance to discover great new middle grade and YA lgbtqia+ reads in a fun, subscription-style book box without the price tag!

    Fill out the survey to let us know what kind of books you love and we will prepare a box with at least one new LGBTQIA+ book (that you get to keep!) and other fun goodies.

    Registration is required. Registration opens July 1st and closes July 12th. July boxes will be available to pick up at your chosen library on Monday, July 15th.

  • Jul 12

    11:30 AM - Community Room

    Do you love free food and care about mental health? Join your favorite librarians, Erin and Meagan, for this multi-week good time!

    Deschutes Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Library, is beginning a series called “Nourishing Minds.” This program, designed for ages 14 to 18, is a way for teens to co-design library programs through games and activities which foster a positive mental health environment. This 5 session series will begin on June 21st and will meet on select Fridays from 11:30am - 2:00pm. Attendees will receive lunch, snacks, and transportation/gas gift cards. Additional gift cards will be gifted to teens who attend all sessions. Email Meagan Hopkins Looney at meaganl@deschuteslibrary.org for any questions. Registration is required for this program.

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  • Jun 20

    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Community Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 21

    10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Meeting Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 21

    11:30 AM - 2:00 PM | Community Room

    Do you love free food and care about mental health? Join your favorite librarians, Erin and Meagan, for this multi-week good time!

    Deschutes Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Library, is beginning a series called “Nourishing Minds.” This program, designed for ages 14 to 18, is a way for teens to co-design library programs through games and activities which foster a positive mental health environment. This 5 session series will begin on June 21st and will meet on select Fridays from 11:30am - 2:00pm. Attendees will receive lunch, snacks, and transportation/gas gift cards. Additional gift cards will be gifted to teens who attend all sessions. Email Meagan Hopkins Looney at meaganl@deschuteslibrary.org for any questions. Registration is required for this program.

  • Jun 24

    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Brooks Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 24

    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Meeting Room

    Celebrate all things anime with DPL this summer!

  • Jun 26

    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Community Room

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

  • Jun 27

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Redmond Senior Center

    Build a game controller using Makey Makey.

    Are you a gamer? Do you like playing games? Do you like to build creative inventions? Explore the world of electric circuits to build exciting game controllers to play a variety of games. This is your chance to innovate!

    Led by Josi Rogers and the Central Oregon STEM Hub. This program is designed for ages 8-14; older students are welcome, and younger may be able to participate with a grown up's help. Supplies available for 20 participants, but siblings and families can share.

    This program will be at the Redmond Senior Center located at 325 NW Dogwood Ave, Redmond, OR 97756.

  • Jun 27

    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Community Room

    Celebrate all things anime with DPL this summer!

  • Jun 28

    11:30 AM - 2:00 PM | Community Room

    Do you love free food and care about mental health? Join your favorite librarians, Erin and Meagan, for this multi-week good time!

    Deschutes Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Library, is beginning a series called “Nourishing Minds.” This program, designed for ages 14 to 18, is a way for teens to co-design library programs through games and activities which foster a positive mental health environment. This 5 session series will begin on June 21st and will meet on select Fridays from 11:30am - 2:00pm. Attendees will receive lunch, snacks, and transportation/gas gift cards. Additional gift cards will be gifted to teens who attend all sessions. Email Meagan Hopkins Looney at meaganl@deschuteslibrary.org for any questions. Registration is required for this program.

  • Jul 2

    1:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Brooks Room

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 3

    12:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Community Room

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 8

    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Meeting Room

    Celebrate all things anime with DPL this summer!

  • Jul 9

    1:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Meyer Classroom

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 10

    12:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Community Room

    Join us for our weekly teen-led Dungeons and Dragons club. All experience levels are welcome to join us. Just bring your creativity, imagination, and fantasy skills (and some dice if you have them)!

  • Jul 10

    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM | Meeting Room

    Discuss Stargazing by Jen Wang

    Moon is everything Christine isn't. She’s confident, impulsive, artistic . . . and though they both grew up in the same Chinese-American suburb, Moon is somehow unlike anyone Christine has ever known. But after Moon moves in next door, these unlikely friends are soon best friends, sharing their favorite music videos and painting their toenails when Christine's strict parents aren't around. Moon even tells Christine her deepest secret: that she has visions, sometimes, of celestial beings who speak to her from the stars. Who reassure her that earth isn't where she really belongs. Moon's visions have an all-too-earthly root, however, and soon Christine's best friend is in the hospital, fighting for her life. Can Christine be the friend Moon needs, now, when the sky is falling?

  • Jul 12

    All Day - All Day |

    Celebrate Pride all summer long with our FREE book box!

    The Rainbow Book Box is a chance to discover great new middle grade and YA lgbtqia+ reads in a fun, subscription-style book box without the price tag!

    Fill out the survey to let us know what kind of books you love and we will prepare a box with at least one new LGBTQIA+ book (that you get to keep!) and other fun goodies.

    Registration is required. Registration opens July 1st and closes July 12th. July boxes will be available to pick up at your chosen library on Monday, July 15th.

  • Jul 12

    11:30 AM - 2:00 PM | Community Room

    Do you love free food and care about mental health? Join your favorite librarians, Erin and Meagan, for this multi-week good time!

    Deschutes Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Library, is beginning a series called “Nourishing Minds.” This program, designed for ages 14 to 18, is a way for teens to co-design library programs through games and activities which foster a positive mental health environment. This 5 session series will begin on June 21st and will meet on select Fridays from 11:30am - 2:00pm. Attendees will receive lunch, snacks, and transportation/gas gift cards. Additional gift cards will be gifted to teens who attend all sessions. Email Meagan Hopkins Looney at meaganl@deschuteslibrary.org for any questions. Registration is required for this program.


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