Sustainable Gardening Series

In partnership with and the Josephine County Master Gardeners™, the Sustainable Gardening series offers adults a chance to learn the basics and the not-so-basics of home gardening from 1 to 1:45 p.m. the last Saturday of each month at the Grants Pass branch. During each session of the 6-month series, OSU Extension Master Gardeners will…

Fundraising, Food Adventures, and Poetry Alive

Read the November 15, 2018 issue of the library eNewsletter. Highlights include the Josephine County Library Foundation end-of-year fundraising drive, Food Adventures with Blue Zones: Healthy Holiday Cooking, “Turkeys” storytime in Williams, the 2017-18 library annual report, and more happening at the Grants Pass, Illinois Valley,Williams, and Wolf Creek branches.

Better hours, more programs

Read the March 12, 2018 issue of the JCLI eNewsletter. Highlights include new hours at the Grants Pass branch, Oregon Humanities Conversation Project at the Illinois Valley branch, Cow Scrabble Tournament, and more happening at the Grants Pass, Illinois Valley,Williams, and Wolf Creek branches.

New hours and programs coming soon

Read the February 16, 2018 issue of the JCLI eNewsletter. Highlights include new hours at rural libraries, job opening: Fiscal Coordinator, S.T.E.A.M. storytime, Stone Soup Conversation Project at the Illinois Valley branch, and more happening at the Grants Pass, Illinois Valley,Williams, and Wolf Creek branches.

Free bookish fun for everyone

Read the October 12, 2017 issue of the JCLI eNewsletter. Highlights include Readapalooza Community Read-Aloud, Storytime Celebration, NaNoWriMo, Illinois Valley Pumpkin Party, Friends of the Library Holiday Bazaar, and more happening at the Grants Pass, Illinois Valley,Williams, and Wolf Creek branches.

Back to School Fine Amnesty

Read the August 9, 2017 issue of the JCLI eNewsletter. Highlights include Back to School Fine Amnesty, “Monarchs and Milkweeds” at the Williams branch, Young Master Gardeners, Library of Things, and more happening at the Grants Pass, Illinois Valley, Williams, and Wolf Creek branches.