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110 N Cedar St
PO Box 1209
Sisters, OR 97759

Phone: (541) 312-1070
Fax: (541) 549-9620

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The Sisters Library features 8,300 square feet of space, all housed in an exterior design that includes a partial wraparound porch with the Western appearance for which Sisters is famous. Though the building itself was constructed in 2005, Sisters has a tradition of library service that goes back decades.

In addition to a robust selection of books, music, and DVDs, the library also offers public computers as well as children’s story times and adult programming in the community meeting room. The interior design features vaulted ceilings and a gas fireplace that creates a cozy reading area. Rotating art and quilt exhibitions reflect the talent of the local community. Free WiFi is available throughout the building.

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  • Mar 6 2021

    10:00 AM - Saturday -

    Divertidos tiempos de cuentos virtuales con sus bibliotecarios Carly y Rodrigo.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 otro 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. Puede encontrar otros programas familiares divertidos en nuestra cuenta de YouTube.
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  • Mar 9 2021

    10:00 AM - Tuesday -

    This program will be available Tuesdays via YouTube at https://bit.ly/2Yaurca

    Join 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

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  • Mar 9 2021

    5:30 PM - Tuesday -

    This is a live, interactive meeting. Click here to join the program https://zoom.us/j/94954891160?pwd=enFpU3VuR0c4S1VSVTUyOE1kWDJ4Zz09or click "Join Program" above. Meeting passcode: 361989

    A recording will be available after the program.

    Hear from a panel of authors including Rosanne Parry, Cat Winters, Cidney Swanson, and Amber Keyser.

    The mission of Central Oregon Writers Guild is to provide Central Oregon area writers a forum for mutual support and education through meetings, annual events and workshops. Their goal is to advance growth and success for individual writers of all genres and at all skill levels. Founded in 2002, the Guild is a non-profit organization, where volunteers coordinate the group's activities. *zm*

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  • Mar 9 2021

    6:00 PM - Tuesday -

    This is a live Zoom webinar. Register here for the link:
    https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uT9gy-0zSVqLrjkbK_uqzw

    Recording will be available after March 11.

    Learn about the wolf’s natural history, biology, and society & their history of eradication up to today’s current management programs.

    Learn about the wolf's natural history, including their taxonomy and adaptations, diet, and elements of their society. The history of eradication and their return to the West in recent decades will be discussed, along with current management programs that address conflicts with wolves, including livestock depredation, effects on big game, and their perceived threats to humans.

    Wolf biologist Dick Thiel was raised in southeastern Wisconsin and became interested in the plight of wolves in his home state at age 13. He graduated with a B.S. in Natural Resources Management and Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1975. In 1980 he was hired as the state’s first wolf biologist - creating and managing Wisconsin’s wolf recovery program from 1980 to 1990. Then serving at Sandhill Wildlife Area deer research facility as coordinator of an Outdoor Skills Education Center and retiring in 2011 after 33 years of service. Despite his career shift into wildlife education, he was responsible for Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wolf monitoring activities within Wisconsin’s Central Forest Region from the time wolves first colonized there in 1994-95, and sat on the DNR’s Wolf Technical Committee from its inception in the early 1990’s to retirement.

    In retirement Dick served for a time as Chair-person of Timber Wolf Information Network, a Wisconsin-based wolf education organization he helped found in 1989, and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Wolf Center, based in Minnesota. He remains active in wolf matters, conducting educational workshops for both organizations which are dedicated to presenting accurate, science-based information on wolf ecology, and as a consultant.

    He has written numerous professional and popular articles on wolves, porcupines, turtles and other creatures. He’s authored The Timber Wolf in Wisconsin: the Death and Life of a Majestic Predator, published by the University of Wisconsin Press (1993) and Keepers of the Wolves, followed chronicling his experiences as a neophyte wolf biologist during the 1980s, also published by the Press (2001) and re-released in 2018, with updates on Wisconsin wolf status.
    In addition, he co-edited the International Wolf Center’s 2013 book, Wild Wolves We Have Known: Stories of Wolf Biologist’s Favorite Wolves, supplying two of the 23 stories contained within. Recently he co-edited the childhood autobiographical memoir, As the Twig is Bent, by pioneer wildlife biologist, Wallace Grange, also published by the University of Wisconsin Press (2020).

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  • Mar 10 2021

    2:00 PM - Wednesday -

    Learn how to use Google Drive in this interactive training. Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/92572171490

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  • Mar 10 2021

    3:00 PM - Wednesday -

    Use items from around the house for an activity inspired by A Boy Called Bat, and get excited for one of Oregon's Battle of the Books titles for the 2020-2021 school year.

    This book is available via OverDrive and Hoopla (downloadable and free with your Deschutes Public Library card) or in CD or paper formats at your local library.

    Part two of our three part series around A Boy Called Bat, a 2020-2021 OBOB selection for grades 3-5. The book is recommended for ages 6-10.
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  • Mar 10 2021

    6:00 PM - Wednesday -

    This is a live meeting. Click here https://zoom.us/j/95081655277?pwd=TmVwYlp1QlJvMjVwV09CbWVGMklVQT09 to join the meeting or click "Join Meeting" above.

    This event will not be recorded.

    A virtual open mic and poetry slam to uplift voices and ideas of those that are historically unheard.

    Join us at virtually for night of poetry and friendly competition. All writers and readers and word-lovers invited to attend and read.

    Co-hosts Jessica Amascual or Tita Jess and Kaya Crump will be facilitating and hyping you up for the slam!

    Schedule looks like this:
    *6pm- Sign-ups via the Zoom chat feature as well as welcoming remarks, introductions of hosts and judges, format overview and special artist feature.

    *6:15- Open Mic for those wanting to warm up or try something out on the mic before the poetry slam. Each person gets 5 minutes at the mic.

    *6:40- Poetry Slam! Each person gets 5 mins at the mic with immediate scoring following their set by a panel of guest judges.

    *7:20- Winner and prize announced and closing set by special guest!

    Check out the Facebook page for details. Register in advance if you'd like to secure your spot, or just show up and step up. To register in advance, please contact Paige M. Ferro at paigef@deschuteslibrary.org.
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  • Mar 11 2021

    10:00 AM - Thursday -

    Interactive storytime with songs, rhymes, and movement.
    This video will premiere live on Facebook at 10:00 a.m.; visit www.facebook.com/deschuteslibrary to tune in.” Early literacy skills to get your child ready to learn to read are the focus of these storytimes. You and your child will hear great stories while also becoming more familiar with letter sounds, rhyming, vocabulary, and print. Fun for everyone with opportunities to sing, join in on movement rhymes

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  • Mar 11 2021

    12:00 PM - Thursday -

    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. These kits contain a story time rhyme sheet, thematic craft and a link to view a related video on the library's YouTube page.

    Supplies are limited and will be first come, first served.

    All supplies are to be taken home, no crafting will be done in the library.

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  • Mar 11 2021

    6:00 PM - Thursday -

    A link to view this program will be available beginning Thursday, March 11 at 6:00 p.m.

    We want to hear from you: please fill out this short survey https://conta.cc/2WjLWoT.

    Take a wildflower journey across Oregon with author Damian Fagan.

    Take a wildflower journey across Oregon with stops at various wildflower hotspots. Explore some of the natural history, ethnobotany, and ethnology of Oregon's flora and discover resources to aid in wildflower identification and information.

    Damian Fagan is a former National Park Service ranger and field biologist who has a passion for plants. With a B.S. in Botany from the University of Washington, Fagan has photographed and studied wildflowers throughout the West. He has written two wildflower field guides: Wildflowers of Oregon and Canyon Country Wildflowers. A freelance writer and occasional outdoor recreation instructor for COCC's Continuing Education, Fagan is most at home surrounded by the flora and fauna of the Great Outdoors.

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  • Mar 13 2021

    10:00 AM - Saturday -

    Cada otro sábado, sus bibliotecarios bilingües le recomiendan un libro nuevo.Bibliotecarios bilingües Rodrigo y Carly le ayudan a encontrar su próximo libro, ya sea electrónico o físico. Subrayamos libros disponibles en las plataformas de Hoopla o Libby, para que pueda empezar a leer de una vez desde la comodidad de su hogar.
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