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Consider This: Intellectual Freedom in America

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Part 2: Privacy Join us for a 2-part series as Dr. Carrie Gardner discusses the First Amendment, censorship, and privacy through the lens of American History. Dr. Gardner is a lecturer at San Jose State University. She has served as chair of the American Association of School Librarianship (AASL) Intellectual Freedom Committee, the AASL SIRS...

Conversation Project: Loneliness and Aging During COVID-19

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For isolated elderly people who are not computer literate, loneliness has become more intense during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us for a virtual Oregon Humanities Conversation Project at 5 pm on Thursday, December 9 to explore questions like “What beliefs do we hold about loneliness and aging” and “If we have elderly neighbors and loved...

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Introducing Oregon Authors: Terence Emmons (nonfiction)

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Join us for a virtual series this November celebrating Oregon Authors. During each session, enjoy excerpts from the published works of authors including Jessica Mehta, Nancy Lane, Fonda Lee, and Terence Emmons. Learn about their writing processes and publication journeys. This meetup we meet author Terence Emmons. Terence is a fourth-generation Oregonian. He attended the...

Introducing Oregon Authors: Fonda Lee (speculative fiction)

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Join us for a virtual series this November celebrating Oregon Authors. During each session, enjoy excerpts from the published works of authors including Jessica Mehta, Nancy Lane, Fonda Lee, and Terence Emmons. Learn about their writing processes and publication journeys. This meetup we meet author Fonda Lee. Fonda is the author of the epic urban...

Introducing Oregon Authors: Nancy Lane (short stories)

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Join us for a virtual series this November celebrating Oregon Authors. During each session, enjoy excerpts from the published works of authors including Jessica Mehta, Nancy Lane, Fonda Lee, and Terence Emmons. Learn about their writing processes and publication journeys. This meetup we meet author Nancy Lane. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Nancy graduated...

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Lectoescritura en los primeros años

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*Este programa virtual es ofrecido solo en español.* Sabados 11 am–12 pm 6 de Noviembre el ABC de los animales 13 de Noviembre De la pinza al lápiz 20 de Noviembre ¿Amo los libros, y tú? Padres y cuidadores de niños de nacimiento hasta cinco años son invitados para aprender como introducir los niños a...

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Amateur Radio series [REGISTRATION CLOSED]

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Join local enthusiast Joe Stodola in November for a series of five FREE virtual classes on Ham Radio operation, culminating in a sixth day for participants to take an operator test in-person on November 19, starting at 6:30 pm. The operator test is $15. This program is open to teens and adults. Space is limited...

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November virtual book club

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November’s book club read is The Wrong Kind of Indian by J. C. Mehta— available for checkout in physical book, audio book, and e-book form with your library card. In this memoir by Native American author Jessica Mehta, explore what it means to claim your identity after a dysfunctional childhood. While the loss of friendships,...

NaNoWriMo Plotting Party

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Want to talk about the novel you can’t wait to write? Join Josephine Community Library and Rogue Valley NaNoWriMo for a virtual Plotting Party at 2 pm on Saturday, October 30. The Plotting Party prepares writers of all levels to take the challenge of writing 50,000 words during the month of November. Meet fellow Josephine...

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