La Pine Library
The La Pine Library opened on November 15, 2000. Our children's room is a
vibrant and exciting place, with plenty of books and toys for children to share.
An active teen section supports an energetic teen group, who use the library as
a place to meet and hang out with friends. We also have a quiet, relaxing reading
area where anyone can read, study, or unwind while enjoying the pleasant view. Plus
we have wireless internet access!
We are offering a lot of great programs for all ages! Check out our calendar below!
Wilderness Survival with Blake Miller
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Here in Central Oregon, we have immediate access to the wilderness--whether it's by bike, car, ATV or foot. But few people are prepared for the challenge of being lost or hurt in the wilderness. Blake Miller is a search and rescue volunteer, amateur ham radio operator and retired Naval officer. Blake founded Outdoor Quest in 1998 and teaches land navigation (both compass/map and GPS applications) and wilderness survival. He'll bring his knowledge and skill to the La Pine Library in this free presentation as part of our "Know Wilderness" month.
La Pine: Teen Territory
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Strategy games, board games, Wii, laptops, and more. Hang out, mess around, geek out!
La Pine: Family Fun Storytime
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Interactive early learning storytime with songs, rhymes and crafts. Come with the whole family!