The Sisters Library has a tradition of more than 65 years of library service
and community involvement. Built in 2005, the 8,300 sq ft library facility was designed
as a popular reading library and is a community centerpiece with enriched programs
for all ages.
In addition to a variety of books and materials, we have PCs available
where patrons can access the Internet, use various Microsoft programs, or conduct
research on our extensive list of electronic databases. We also have wireless internet
The Northwest look and feel of Sisters is apparent in the exterior design features
of the building, including a partial wraparound porch with the Western appearance
for which Sisters is famous. The interior design features vaulted ceilings and a
gas fireplace that gives the reading area a “living room” feel. The community gathering
room holds 50-60 people for public meetings and social events. Landscaped grounds
combined with a friendly atmosphere make the library a popular place for the community
Know Myth: The Development of Classical Mythology
Tuesday, February 03, 2015
Greek and later Roman mythologies are, in general terms, sky-god (as opposed to earth-mother) systems. However, both cultures adopted and adapted local deities into their systems as their territories increased. COCC professor Eleanor Latham explores how classical mythology developed.
Sisters: Social Services
Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Sarah Kelley is available for one-on-one sessions to answer questions and provide community assistance for housing, mental health support, benefits and more.