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Events at Cedar Mill

May
25
Sat
Voices in Verse Poetry Group @ Cedar Mill Library
May 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Voices in Verse Poetry Group @ Cedar Mill Library | Portland | Oregon | United States
May
27
Mon
Libraries & Second Edition Closed
May 27 all-day
May
28
Tue
CANCELED – Technology Open Lab @ Cedar Mill Library
May 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
CANCELED - Technology Open Lab @ Cedar Mill Library

Need help getting your digital photos organized, adding an app to your smartphone or updating your email contacts? Cedar Mill Library offers drop-in Technology Open Lab twice a week. It is perfect for getting started with basic computer skills and working with devices like tablets and smartphones.Technology Open Lab meets on Tuesday mornings, 10 am – Noon downstairs by the Reference Desk and Thursday afternoons, 3-5 pm. in the upstairs meeting room. Volunteers and staff will be available to answer questions. Bring your own computer, tablet, smart phone or e-reader with you to get assistance or use one of our laptops to practice. No registration is required, but there is limited space each session. For more information please ask at the Adult Reference Desk.

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Helping Your Child Learn Two Languages @ Cedar Mill Library
May 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Helping Your Child Learn Two Languages @ Cedar Mill Library

Parents of children who are dual language learners often have questions about how to support their children’s bilingual development. Come find answers to common questions and hands-on strategies to help promote your children learning and loving two or more languages!Presenter: Dr. Dawn Hendricks co-wrote the country’s first bilingual Early Reading First project, leading a team that established 20 model bilingual classrooms that received national recognition.

Audience
Adults only

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Events at Bethany

May
27
Mon
Libraries & Second Edition Closed
May 27 all-day
May
29
Wed
After School Fun – Cat Pop-up Box @ Bethany Library
May 29 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

These unassuming little boxes hold a big surprise: press down on them and a cat pops up! Make your own pop up box and enjoy seeing kitty bounce up to say hello to you over and over.

Age group
K-5th grade

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Jun
4
Tue
How the Willamette Valley Became the New Capital of American Food & Wine @ Bethany Library Annex
Jun 4 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Wallet Hub just named Portland the “2018 Best Food City in America” and Wine Enthusiast Magazine named the Willamette Valley its “Worldwide Wine Region of the Year” in 2016. Portland now has a solid reputation as a new culinary Mecca. How in the world did we get here? A number of factors combined to build this culinary bully over time. In this companion presentation to his latest book, Unique Eats and Eateries: Portland, Oregon, Adam Sawyer provides a multi-media presentation on the history of how Portland solidified its reputation as a new culinary Mecca. He will also share examples of the Willamette Valley’s buffet of eateries and will read inspiring stories from his book. This program is free and will appeal to adults, ages 18+.

Jun
5
Wed
After School Fun – Cupcake Liner Turtles @ Bethany Library Annex
Jun 5 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Did you know that each species of turtle has its own shell pattern? Draw your favorite on one of these cute little turtle buddies.

Age group
K-5th grade

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  • Library News May Jun 2019

Latest Newsletter Available Online

Read the latest issue of Library News here. Find the Summer Events brochure here. Library News, Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries' print newsletter, is [...]

Helping Your Child Learn Two Languages

Is your child growing up in a multi-lingual family? Do you have questions about how to support your child's bilingual development? Join Dr. Dawn Hendricks, [...]

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Teen Book Review: Girl in the Blue Coat

Amsterdam, 1943. Hanneke spends her days finding and delivering sought-after black market goods to paying customers, nights hiding the true nature of her work from her concerned parents, and every waking moment mourning her boyfriend, who was killed on the Dutch front lines when the German army invaded.