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Childrens Programs (coming up in the next 21 days)

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  • Dec 18

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars...they’re all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

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  • Dec 19

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    This marks Lavrich's twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich's collection represents trains of the 1920s and '30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 19

    3:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    This marks Lavrich's twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich's collection represents trains of the 1920s and '30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 19

    4:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Your struggling reader can build their reading confidence with reading to a dog!

    This is a chance for struggling readers to read one on one with a dog and her trainer. Kids will have the opportunity to read with Callie, a Pet Partners certified therapy dog for 15 minutes. Parents, we will ask that you wait outside the room. This gives readers the opportunity to feel most comfortable about reading read without being overheard by too many people.

    You can bring your own book, or choose one of ours. We will have a selection of books in a variety of reading levels available for readers to choose from.

    Registration is recommended but we will fill any empty spots with last minute walk-ins. We have room for 4 readers. Registered attendees will be assigned a time 15 minutes before the event beings. First come-first serve. Please make sure you are on time.

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  • Dec 20

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    December 20: 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. & 3:00-5:45 p.m.
    (trains will not be running 1:00pm - 3:00pm)

    This marks Lavrich's twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich's collection represents trains of the 1920s and '30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 20

    3:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    December 20: 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. & 3:00-5:45 p.m.
    (trains will not be running 1:00pm - 3:00pm)

    This marks Lavrich's twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich's collection represents trains of the 1920s and '30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 21

    9:30 AM - Meeting Room

    Interactive storytime with songs, rhymes, crafts. 0-5 yrs.

    Bring all your young children for a storytime that offers books for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Everyone will hear how storytime is fun for everyone with opportunities to sing, join in on movement rhymes, and be creative with crafts. 25 min.

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  • Dec 21

    12:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    December 21: Trains run noon-5:00 p.m.

    This marks Lavrich’s twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it's all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich's collection represents trains of the 1920s and '30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 22

    12:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    12:00 pm - 4:45 pm

    This marks Lavrich’s twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich’s collection represents trains of the 1920s and ‘30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 23

    10:00 AM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.

    10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. & 3:00-6:00 p.m.
    (trains will not be running 1:00pm - 3:00pm)

    This marks Lavrich’s twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich’s collection represents trains of the 1920s and ‘30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

     Add to Calendar  |   Find the Downtown Bend Public Library

  • Dec 23

    3:00 PM - Brooks Room

    Michael “The Train Man” Lavrich returns to the Downtown Bend Library to share his extensive collection of model trains.
    10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. & 3:00-6:00 p.m.
    (trains will not be running 1:00pm - 3:00pm)

    This marks Lavrich’s twentieth year displaying his trains at the library, meaning children who first watched the trains run 20 years ago may now have children of their own with whom they share this family tradition. Lavrich began collecting trains more than 20 years ago. While the public only sees the display once it’s all up and running, the set-up involves a lot of background work. “I pretty well dedicate December to this,” Lavrich says. “It’s a four day set-up and a four day take-down, and there are a few weeks on each end at home.”

    All ages are invited to watch and listen as the trains run. Lavrich’s collection represents trains of the 1920s and ‘30s made by Lionel, Dorfan, Ives and American Flyer.

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  • Dec 31

    11:15 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Crafts to celebrate the “noon year.” Supplies limited. All ages.

    Join us for crafts for the whole family, plus we'll have an apple cider toast at noon for anyone not planning on staying up late!

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  • Dec 31

    11:15 AM - Meeting Room

    Stories and crafts to celebrate the “noon year.” Supplies limited.

    For the little ones who may not make it to the New Year’s Eve ball drop, come join us for a Countdown to Noon! We will read some winter stories, make noisemakers and party hats and celebrate the “Noon Year!”

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  • Jan 2

    9:30 AM - Brooks Room

    Stories and activities to celebrate winter. 0-11 yrs

    Oh the weather outside may be frightful but our party will be so delightful. Join us for some snowy stories, songs, crafts and experiments! Capture the magic of fluffy snowflakes, adorable snowmen and frosty windowpanes with a seasonal party this year!

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  • Jan 2

    4:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Your struggling reader can build their reading confidence with reading to a dog!

    This is a chance for struggling readers to read one on one with a dog and her trainer. Kids will have the opportunity to read with Callie, a Pet Partners certified therapy dog for 15 minutes. Parents, we will ask that you wait outside the room. This gives readers the opportunity to feel most comfortable about reading read without being overheard by too many people.

    You can bring your own book, or choose one of ours. We will have a selection of books in a variety of reading levels available for readers to choose from.

    Registration is recommended but we will fill any empty spots with last minute walk-ins. We have room for 4 readers. Registered attendees will be assigned a time 15 minutes before the event beings. First come-first serve. Please make sure you are on time.

     Add to Calendar  |   Find the East Bend Public Library

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