Events Coming in September….
Sept. 8, 12 noon
The uke is an easy instrument to learn and we can have you playing in about an hour! After some basic instruction, and before you know it, you’ll be strumming and singing along with some easy-to-play tunes. Bring yours or borrow one of our ukuleles.
Animation Film Fest
September 13, 6 to 7:00 pm
- September 13: Pixar Shorts
- October 11: Coco
- November 8: Early Man
- December 13: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
Beach Photography Class
September 20, 3 to 4:30 pm
Discussion at the Library and a field trip to the beach. Bring your camera and your questions.
Oregon Humanities Discussion:
Why DIY? Self Sufficiency and the American Life
September 25, 6 to 7:30 pm
Join your neighbors and friends for an interesting discussion topic sponsored and presented by Oregon Humanities as part of their statewide Conversations project.
Why do we strive to be makers and doer in world filled with conveniences?
A Special Event You Won’t Want to Miss …
Nancy Pearl, America’s Librarian, Oct. 20, 7:00 pm
This is a joint event with the Hoffman Center for the Arts that you won’t want to miss. Mark your calendar and plan to be at the Nehalem Community Recreation Center (NCRD) for a fun evening with Nancy Pearl, librarian-extraordinaire from Seattle. April Baer, moderator of OPB’s program State of Wonder, will be interviewing Nancy and our audience will be part of the recorded program.
In the 1990’s Nancy started a citywide book club called “If All Seattle Read The Same Book.” Nancy Pearl is a regular NPR contributor, and is known for her keen sense of humor.
She has also written several books, but is most known for Book Lust, a compilation of her favorite reads. The book is divided by categories such as Fathers and Daughters, First Novels, Shrinks and Shrinkees, Hanky Reads, Chick Lit, and Aging.
Tickets will be $25 each and, with Nancy’s reputation, we expect a really big turn out. We’ll keep you updated on more details as we get closer to the event.