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  • Apr 20

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Join us for a seed swap with Central Oregon Gardeners.

    Do you gather seeds to share? Do you have extra seeds that you don't need? Do you want access to a wide variety of seeds for free? Join us for a free seed swap in partnership with the Central Oregon Gardeners group.

    Educational presentations to be announced, soon!

  • Apr 22

    10:00 AM - Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • Apr 24

    2:00 PM -

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • Apr 26

    4:00 PM - Community Room

    Learn basic watercolor techniques to create your own shark masterpiece. *ani*

  • Apr 29

    10:00 AM - Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • Apr 29

    4:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Bring your imagination to life with 3D pens.

    3Doodlers are 3D pens that use the same technology as 3D printers, but are handheld. Try out this technology by making a spring flower, mushroom decorations, or anything you can imagine! You’ll brainstorm and design your project on paper, then bring it to life with 3Doodlers and biodegradable plastic filament. This program is designed for ages 10-14.

  • May 1

    2:00 PM -

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • May 6

    10:00 AM - Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • May 8

    2:00 PM -

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • May 8

    3:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Learn basic sewing skills and create a felt shark or dolphin. *ani*

  • May 10

    4:30 PM - Brooks Room

    Learn basic watercolor techniques to create your own shark masterpiece.

    *ani*

  • May 10

    6:00 PM - High Desert Music Hall

    Enjoy a documentary about the band Indubious!

    Two brothers, Evan and Spencer Burton, were born with a disease called Cystic Fibrosis (CF). They persevered to not only survive their illness, but find their purpose while being capitulated onto the world stage as a powerful force for change through their band, Indubious. Indubious began their career in Oregon, and Evan Burton currently resides in Bend as a professional musician.

    Food and drinks available for purchase on site!

    High Desert Music Hall
    818 SW Forest Ave, Redmond, OR 97756

    *Elsa* *Cr* *yani* *ani*

  • May 13

    10:00 AM - Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • May 15

    2:00 PM -

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • May 15

    5:30 PM - Arome

    Learn how your diet can improve your health.

    Eating healthy starts with making smart food choices. Adjusting food recipes according to dietary constraints begins with choosing the freshest ingredients and quality products. Get protein from different sources to maximize nutrients, like lean meats, beans, peas, lentils, nuts, seeds, soy products, seafood and eggs. Managing your healthy eating is not as difficult as people imagine. Come check out some healthy recipes using quality protein, produce, spices and oils!

    Instructor Bio:
    Alex Schultz is the Retail Store Manager of Arome here in Redmond. He is a gourmet food enthusiast who graduated from California State Polytechnic University of Pomona with a BS degree in Hospitality Management. Alex managed restaurants and kitchens for over 26 years where he learned many cultural food techniques and recipes. He enjoys learning and sharing his passion for food with everyone.432 SW 6th St, Redmond, OR 97756

    *yani* *ani*

  • May 16

    4:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Discuss No Matter the Distance with friends and neighbors.

    No Matter the Distance tells the story of Penny Rooney, who has cystic fibrosis, which means she has to do breathing treatments to help her lungs work. Some days, it seems like her CF is the only thing Penny knows about herself for sure. From her point of view, everyone around her can make sense of their place in the world. Then during spring break Penny spots something impossible in the creek behind her house: a dolphin, far from its home. As Penny’s CF worsens, she realizes that Rose needs to return to her pod to get better. Will Penny be able to help guide Rose back to the ocean, even if it means losing her friend?

    Cindy Baldwin is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Where the Watermelons Grow, Beginners Welcome, The Stars of Whistling Ridge, and No Matter the Distance (a Junior Library Guild selection). She lives just outside Portland, Oregon, with her husband and daughter. *yani* *ani*

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  • Apr 20

    10:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Brooks Room

    Join us for a seed swap with Central Oregon Gardeners.

    Do you gather seeds to share? Do you have extra seeds that you don't need? Do you want access to a wide variety of seeds for free? Join us for a free seed swap in partnership with the Central Oregon Gardeners group.

    Educational presentations to be announced, soon!

  • Apr 22

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • Apr 24

    2:00 PM - 5:00 PM |

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • Apr 26

    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Community Room

    Learn basic watercolor techniques to create your own shark masterpiece. *ani*

  • Apr 29

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • Apr 29

    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM | Meeting Room

    Bring your imagination to life with 3D pens.

    3Doodlers are 3D pens that use the same technology as 3D printers, but are handheld. Try out this technology by making a spring flower, mushroom decorations, or anything you can imagine! You’ll brainstorm and design your project on paper, then bring it to life with 3Doodlers and biodegradable plastic filament. This program is designed for ages 10-14.

  • May 1

    2:00 PM - 5:00 PM |

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • May 6

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • May 8

    2:00 PM - 5:00 PM |

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • May 8

    3:00 PM - 4:00 PM | Meeting Room

    Learn basic sewing skills and create a felt shark or dolphin. *ani*

  • May 10

    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM | Brooks Room

    Learn basic watercolor techniques to create your own shark masterpiece.

    *ani*

  • May 10

    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | High Desert Music Hall

    Enjoy a documentary about the band Indubious!

    Two brothers, Evan and Spencer Burton, were born with a disease called Cystic Fibrosis (CF). They persevered to not only survive their illness, but find their purpose while being capitulated onto the world stage as a powerful force for change through their band, Indubious. Indubious began their career in Oregon, and Evan Burton currently resides in Bend as a professional musician.

    Food and drinks available for purchase on site!

    High Desert Music Hall
    818 SW Forest Ave, Redmond, OR 97756

    *Elsa* *Cr* *yani* *ani*

  • May 13

    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Community Room

    Walk with your neighbors once a week.

    Meet friends and build a new habit in this walking series! Our first meeting will include introductions and safety walking fundamentals. All abilities are welcome. Our number rule is no one will walk alone. Wear supportive walking shoes, breathable clothing, sun protection, and bring your walking sticks if needed. At every meeting, we will warm-up and cool down in the new LaPine Community Room in the Library. During this time, we will introduce a variety of wellness topics like sleep, seasonal eating, and brain health. Books on the topic of the week will be available for checkout.

  • May 15

    2:00 PM - 5:00 PM |

    A safe afterschool drop-in program for teens.

    Every Wednesday, librarians will host Wednesday Teen Hangout hours at our La Pine library. We will have different crafts and activities every week. This will be a safe space for young folks to hang out with each other after school.

  • May 15

    5:30 PM - 7:00 PM | Arome

    Learn how your diet can improve your health.

    Eating healthy starts with making smart food choices. Adjusting food recipes according to dietary constraints begins with choosing the freshest ingredients and quality products. Get protein from different sources to maximize nutrients, like lean meats, beans, peas, lentils, nuts, seeds, soy products, seafood and eggs. Managing your healthy eating is not as difficult as people imagine. Come check out some healthy recipes using quality protein, produce, spices and oils!

    Instructor Bio:
    Alex Schultz is the Retail Store Manager of Arome here in Redmond. He is a gourmet food enthusiast who graduated from California State Polytechnic University of Pomona with a BS degree in Hospitality Management. Alex managed restaurants and kitchens for over 26 years where he learned many cultural food techniques and recipes. He enjoys learning and sharing his passion for food with everyone.432 SW 6th St, Redmond, OR 97756

    *yani* *ani*

  • May 16

    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Meeting Room

    Discuss No Matter the Distance with friends and neighbors.

    No Matter the Distance tells the story of Penny Rooney, who has cystic fibrosis, which means she has to do breathing treatments to help her lungs work. Some days, it seems like her CF is the only thing Penny knows about herself for sure. From her point of view, everyone around her can make sense of their place in the world. Then during spring break Penny spots something impossible in the creek behind her house: a dolphin, far from its home. As Penny’s CF worsens, she realizes that Rose needs to return to her pod to get better. Will Penny be able to help guide Rose back to the ocean, even if it means losing her friend?

    Cindy Baldwin is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Where the Watermelons Grow, Beginners Welcome, The Stars of Whistling Ridge, and No Matter the Distance (a Junior Library Guild selection). She lives just outside Portland, Oregon, with her husband and daughter. *yani* *ani*


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