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Oct24
Preschool Story Time
10:30am - 11:00am
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Join our special guest reader, Louisa from Snell Family Farm, to share Dahlov Ipcar's classic picture book, Hardscrabble Harvest, as well as other books, songs and rhymes about harvest season. For children ages 3-5 and their caregivers.
Oct24
Come! Sit! Read!
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Portland Public Library’s Reading Dog program, Come! Sit! Read! will be continue with our three furry, non-judgmental listeners Emmie, Flip and Baxter! Children can sign up in advance to read to Emmie/Flip@ The Children's Library or Baxter@Riverton.
Oct24
One-on-One Technology Tutoring
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Whether you’d like help mastering the job search, downloading ebooks, or refreshing your basic computer skills, our half-hour tutoring sessions might be the place to turn. You name the topic and we’ll work together on one of PPL’s laptops.
Oct24
North Korea: The Stories Behind the Conflict
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Main Library, Lewis Gallery
Audience: Adults, Teens
Join author Anne Sibley O'Brien as she discusses her new novel for all ages, 'In the Shadow of the Sun'. O'Brien is joined by Tufts University professor, Sung-Yoon Lee, an expert on the international politics of the Korean peninsula.
Oct24
Halloween Reading for Local Writers
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Main Library, meeting room (3)
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Portland writers read original short fiction and poetry with a haunted vibe. Submit applications to halloweenreadingportland@gmail.com before October 17th for a chance to read. 1500 words or less, one entry per person. All are welcome to attend!
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