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February 2020

February Medford Library Events

February 1 - February 29

Medford Library: Kids & Family Homework Hub, 5–12 YRS Mondays and Tuesdays* • 3:00–5:00 p.m. *No tutoring 2/17 Free homework help is available by appointment. Learn more at jcls.org/homeworkhelp. Medford Matinee & Popcorn Saturday, February 15 • 11:15 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Major complications ensue when Bonnie turns a spork into a toy, but he sees himself as an eating utensil instead. Woody, Buzz and co. have to set out into the world to find him, reunite with Bonnie, and resolve his…

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March 2020

Central Point Library March Events

March 1 - March 31
Central Point Library, 116 S 3rd St
Central Point, OR 97502 United States
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Central Point Library: Kids, Tweens, & Teens LEGO Builders, Architects, & Engineers, 4+ YRS Tuesdays • 3:00–4:00 p.m. Build and display original creations. DUPLO bricks available for younger kids. Girls Who Code Club, 3-12 GRADE Grades 3-5: Tuesdays • 3:30–4:15 p.m. Grades 6-12: Tuesdays • 4:30–5:15 p.m. Join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. Pre-registration required for this 13-week program by Monday, March 2. Snacks and club t-shirts will be provided.…

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Author Talk: Jennie Englund

March 3 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Free

Join local author Jennie Englund in the Medford Teen Library for a reading and Q & A session on her new book for tweens: Taylor Before & After. In journal entries alternating between two timelines—before and after a tragic accident—Jennie Englund's heartfelt coming-of-age story, Taylor Before and After follows the year that changes one girl’s life forever.

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“Paws to Read” K9 Reading Buddies Programs

March 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 2:00pm on Wednesday, repeating until May 27, 2020

An event every month that begins at 3:00pm on day Second of the month, repeating until June 8, 2020

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jcls introduces “Paws to Read” K9 Reading Buddies Programs Therapy dogs provide quiet encouragement for budding readers to explore reading aloud. Beginning in March, Children in grades K-3 are invited to practice the skill of reading aloud with a trained and registered therapy dog through Jackson County Library Services (JCLS) new “Paws to Read” program. “Paws to Read” will take place on Wednesdays from 2:00–3:00 p.m. at the Jacksonville Library, 340 West “C” Street, and on the second Monday of…

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Author Talk with Jess Wells

Free

Jess Wells author of the novel Straight Uphill: A Tale of Love and Chocolate Join us in a celebration of the Oregon Chocolate Festival and the launch of Jess Wells’ fifth novel, Straight Uphill: A Tale of Love and Chocolate. In a hilltop Italian village, five generations of women confectioners work the improbable magic of love and chocolate. Can a brokenhearted American tourist fight the ghosts of her past to find a new life? Can a courageous mother save the village…

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The poetry of Karen Austen, Tia Hatch and Diana Morely

Free

International Women's Day Poetry Reading The poetry of Karen Austen, Tia Hatch and Diana Morely Ashland poets Karen Austen, Tia Hatch and Diane Morely join to read their work on women's themes and experience, from housework and mothering to matriarchy.

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Gold Hill Writer’s Critique Group

March 11 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Second Wednesdays monthly
Gold Hill Branch Library, 202 Dardenelles St
Gold Hill, OR United States
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The Gold Hill Library will host a new Writer’s Critique Group on the second Wednesday of each month beginning March 14 at the Gold Hill Library, 202 Dardanelles Street. The Writer’s Critique Group is open to eight writers of any genre with a work in progress. Participants must be willing to present their own writing for a gentle supportive critique, as well as provide the same to fellow writers. Group members commit to reading 5 pages per month of each group member’s work (up…

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2nd Thursday Author Series at the Jacksonville Library

March 12 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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An event every month that begins at 5:30pm on day Second of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

Free

2nd Thursday Author Series Second Thursdays at the Jacksonville Library • 5:30–6:30 p.m. March 12: Ellie Alexander is the author of the best-selling cozy mystery series, Bakeshop Mysteries, set in Ashland, as well as the Sloan Krause Mysteries. She will be reading from the 10th in the series, A Cup of Holiday Fear as well as from the newly-released Beyond a Reasonable Stout. April 9: Susan Clayton-Goldner's poetry has appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies. A collection of her…

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Author Talk with Ronin Demele

Free

Ronin Demele author of Pacific Crest Trail: Encounters of a Wilderness Ranger Ranger and poet, Ronin Demele chronicles encounters with bears, Bigfoot, stinkbugs, and snakes and living close to the land with Indian peoples, miners, pot growers, and foresters. These 30 Wilderness misadventures merge contemporary stories with Asian philosophies and Indian traditions combined with the local flora and fauna. His stories draw the reader into a reflection about life on the trail and the people of the wild places. His…

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Author Talk with Karen Austen

Free

Karen Austen author of Three Plays for Ireland Nobel Prize winning poet W.B. Yeats, and the beautiful Irish revolutionary Maud Gonne: two remarkable lives unite in a life-long love affair – with Ireland. Playwright Karen Austen reads from her plays and talks about how she was inspired to write them while living in the Emerald Isle.

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Author Talk with Michael Kew

Free

Michael Kew author of Rainbownesia and Nectars of Sky The second volume of non-fiction travel narratives by author/poet Michael H. Kew, who has been called "the Paul Theroux of surfing." Reading from "Rainbownesia," he will weave and warp and occasionally wave-ride amid various deep-end dives into the far reaches of Oceania. “Nectars of Sky”, Kew’s first book of poetry, surrealist and free verse, is based on his residences on California’s Lost Coast and in Curry County, Oregon.

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Author Talk with Valerie Brooks

Free

Valerie Brooks author of novel Revenge in 3 Parts In this gripping psychological thriller and debut noir that takes the reader from Paris to Portland, Oregon, and finally to Kauai, criminal attorney Angeline Porter is forced to fight crime outside the law. Angeline thrives on crime--righting wrongs, fighting for justice, putting away murderers. Taut and intense with heart-pumping twists, Revenge in 3 Parts uses classic noir language laced with modern tropes--a hacker named Snoop, the Ashley Madison dating site, and Snapchat--and burns…

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