827 SW Deschutes Ave
Redmond, OR 97756
Phone: (541) 312-1050
Fax: (541) 548-6358
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The Redmond Library opened its doors in 1996. This 21,210 square foot library is housed in the historic Jessie Hill School
building—originally built in 1929—and is located in the heart of the city of Redmond.
The Redmond Library has a varied collection of English and Spanish language materials for adults, teens, and children. English and Spanish-language programs are offered for all ages. A community meeting room serves as a gathering space for programs, lectures, and story times. Free WiFi is available throughout the building.
10:00 AM - Saturday -
Come in and grab a Creepy Craft kit at any of our library locations during open Saturday hours in October! Each kit will come with supplies to make a not-too-spooky craft at home, featuring a new project every week. Kits available while supplies last.
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Divertidos tiempos de cuentos virtuales con sus bibliotecarios.Toda la familia está invitada a este tiempo de cuentos virtual que ofrece libros para bebés, niños pequeños y preescolares. Instalaciones nuevas se estrenan en YouTube cada sábado a las 10am. Para ver este programa, haga clic en el enlace de abajo o introduzca esta dirección a su navegador web; https://bit.ly/2Vfrh53. Este enlace lo llevara a una lista donde encontrara este programa u otros programas familiares divertidos. *oo* *ls*
4:00 PM - Sunday -
Calming stretches, intentionality and mindfulness for kids
9:00 AM - Tuesday - Youth Room
Pick up your weekly craft or activity kit for children! Kits will vary by week and are good for preschool aged children. Some will be appropriate for younger ages with heavy parent help, or older ages with independent student effort. All supplies are to be taken home, no crafting will be done in the library.All kits are created at least a week in advance and not touched in the interim to ensure safety. All kits are stapled shut.Supplies are limited and will be first come, first served.
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10:00 AM - Tuesday -
This program will be available Tuesdays and Thursdays via YouTube at https://bit.ly/2YaurcaJoin community librarians for songs, rhymes, stories and fun!Experts agree that talking, singing, reading, writing and playing with your young child will prepare them for learning how to read, and will teach them the six skills needed to read. A child who enters kindergarten with a strong vocabulary, a love of books, and a familiarity with playing with words, has a definite advantage. You can help those skills develop with story time!For more information about early literacy and how to talk, read, rhyme, play and write with your child, visit: https://www.deschuteslibrary.org/kids/literacy*oo*
12:00 PM - Tuesday -
Learn online with DPL Librarians. https://zoom.us/j/98285624513The majority of mobile devices that aren't Apple products are running the Android operating system. Learn the basics of this OS and common features regardless of the brand of your device.We will cover text messaging, taking and sending pictures, using the Play Store and installing apps, accessing the Internet, managing your contacts and more!Bring your questions and your fully charged Android smartphone or tablet.
6:00 PM - Tuesday -
Join the Zoom meeting here: https://zoom.us/j/99785343189 A recording of this program will be available beginning Wednesday, November 4th at 3:00 p.m.Learn about amazing and fantastic libraries from around (and outside) our world.Join a visual online trip with Librarians Graham Fox and Rya Fennewald to virtually explore the world's greatest library creations, architecture, and secrets that make them so special. Rya Fennewald is a Community Librarian and fell in love with library spaces as a girl. One of her personal favorites is the Law Library at the Santa Barbara Courthouse.Graham Fox has worked at Deschutes Public Library for 5 years and has spent time working and exploring fantastic libraries around the United States. *zm*
6:30 PM - Tuesday -
Everyone can benefit from having a will and advanced health directive. Attorney Rich Miller shares why these legal documents are important and what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones in Oregon. Topics to be covered include probate, ways to avoid probate, wills, trusts, powers of attorney and health care directives.Rich Miller is a retired estate planning and tax attorney who practiced in Portland and Bend.*zm*
3:00 PM - Wednesday -
This pre-recorded program will be available beginning October 28 at: https://bit.ly/2zIml0W.Craft whimsical decorations for your at-home desk.We won't try to debate whether or not unicorns are real or fantasy. Instead, we'll create a unicorn bobble head to liven up your at-home desk. You need something to keep you awake during your fourth Zoom class of the day, right?Needed Supplies- 8.5" x 11" paper (thicker paper works best, but printer paper will work)- Scissors- Pencil- Glue stick- Markers, gel pens, colored pencils, or crayons (think rainbow colors)To view this program, click the link below or type this link into your browser https://bit.ly/2zIml0W. This link will take you to a playlist where you will find this program and more fun tween programs.*oo*
10:00 AM - Thursday -
6:00 PM - Thursday -
Discuss any book youd like and compete in online literary trivia. A Read What You Want event is a fun hour where you share ANY book that youve enjoyed lately. Ill ask short questions that let you share snippets of your reading journey. Learn about great reads from the Central Oregon library community!Read What You Want also features 3 rounds of literary trivia (5 easy, 5 medium, and 5 hard questions). Answer the questions from your smartphone and see who can top the leaderboard. Winner gets glory, library swag, and a 5$ gift certificate to the local coffee place of your choice.Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/92161285335 *zm*
Acompañen a su bibliotecario en una noche de canto. ¿Les gustan las canciones del tiempo de cuentos? ¿Quieren aprender canciones y juegos de mano para hacer en casa? Afinen bien sus voces y únanse con nosotros para una noche de canto y diversión. Toda la familia está invitada y se les anima a todos participar. *oo* *ls*
This program will be available Saturday October 31 via YouTube at https://bit.ly/2YaurcaJoin community librarians for Halloween songs, rhymes, stories and fun! Wear your costume!For more information about early literacy and how to talk, read, rhyme, play and write with your child, visit: https://www.deschuteslibrary.org/kids/literacy*oo*
Sus bibliotecarios bilingües recomiendan un libro nuevo cada semana.Bibliotecarios bilingües Rodrigo y Carly les ayuda a encontrar su próximo libro electrónico o audiolibro. Subrayamos libros que disponibles en la plataforma Hoopla o Libby, para que UD pueda empezar a leer de una vez.*oo* *ls*
A link to view this program will be available on Sunday, November 1 at 4:00 p.m.Anna (Melendez) Johnson discusses the history and traditions of this important holiday celebration.In this talk presented by Arizona native, former Bendite and Dia de los Muertos enthusiast Anna (Melendez) Johnson, discover the true meaning behind the traditions of this vibrant and colorful Latin American celebration honoring our beloved who are no longer with us. This is not worshipping the dead; this is a celebration of loved ones and their glorious contribution to who we are today.Arizona native Anna Johnson became fascinated by the Dia de los Muertos celebration, regalia and makeup eight years ago when she lived in Oregon. When in college she performed pantomime professionally, so it is not surprising that Anna dresses up and attends Dia de los Muertos celebrations in Arizona. She has won contests for her Catrina look and enjoys taking photos with festival attendees.Anna has attended Dia de los Muertos celebrations in Mesa and Sedona and looks forward to the day when we can all gather again to celebrate traditionally. An Arizona State University broadcast journalism graduate, Anna also studied theatre and public communications in college. With over 20 years of experience as a public information specialist and community theatre volunteer (on and off stage), Anna is at her best when learning about or visiting historic buildings and believes everything with age havalue and has a great story to tell. She currently lives in Goodyear, Arizona and is a writer and editor for the Arizona Game and Fish Departments wildlife conservation magazine Arizona Wildlife Views. *oo*
10:30 AM - Monday -
Music and movement to develop literacy skills. 3-5 yrs. Join live via zoom.Movement and literacy skills are closely connected. Your child will hear songs that include singing, dancing, and musical instruments to build motor skills. 30 min. Grab a scarf, sock anything to wave around and an instrument. If you don't have an instrument, two spoons or pots and pans work!*zm*
6:00 PM - Monday -
A link to view this program will be available beginning Sunday, November 2 at 6:00 p.m.Hear about the origins and processes of A Novel Idea, Deschutes Public Library's community-wide reading projectAs DPLS gets ready to announce the 2021 Novel Idea selection, it's an appropriate time to take a look back and consider where A Novel Idea started, where its been and where it might go.Join Chantal Strobel, Liz Goodrich, Ann Malkin, Stacey Donohue and Robert Currie for an inside look at the 18 year old project. Hear how books are selected, how the project has developed over time and some of the team's favorite Novel Idea moments. *oo* *ani*
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