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Oregon City Public Library

606 John Adams Street
Oregon City, OR 97045, US (map)

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  • Saturday
    Nov 18 2017
    Traditional Native American Storytelling with Ed Edmo

    Traditional Native American Storytelling
    Saturday, November 18 at 10am
    Oregon City Public Library Community Room

    Ed Edmo is a Native American with Shoshone-Bannock-Nez Perce tribal affliations and is also an acclaimed poet, playwright, performer, and traditional storyteller. Join us as we celebrate National American Indian Heritage Month with traditional storytelling by Edmo. All ages are welcome!


  • Friday
    Nov 17 2017
    Native Wisdom: Film Screening & Community Discussion

    Native Wisdom: Film Screening & Community Discussion Friday, November 17, 2017 at 4PM Oregon City Public Library Community Room

    Wisdom of the Elders, the Native American non-profit organization located in Portland, OR, and the Oregon City Public Library are pleased to announce a Native Wisdom Film Screening and Community Discussion.

    Please join us for a screening of two short documentary films in honor of Native American Heritage Month, featuring Native people from Oregon as they discuss the impact of a changing environment on the lives of Native peoples of the Northwest along with their rich cultural arts. The film showing will include an introduction and brief history presented by a representative(s) from Wisdom of the Elders, as well as a Q & A session after the showing.

  • Friday
    Nov 3 2017
    The big screening of Big Pharma

    The lovely Oregon City Public Library is hosting Health Care for All Oregon Clackamas county on November 3rd at their First Friday Films for a showing of Big Pharma!

    Please join us to witness Big Pharma, an eye-opening documentary film by Vince Mondillo, Richard Master, Wendell Potter and Henry Nevison. The film describes the dynamics behind the escalating cost of pharmaceuticals in the U.S. and the impact of soaring healthcare costs on U.S. businesses, working families and our overall economy. It proposes a simple fix that mirrors a "best practice" utilized throughout the industrialized world.

    The event is free and kid friendly. Bring yourself, your neighbors, and your friends to learn of the horrors of the pharmacuetical industry and how you can be a part of our healthcare reform movement!

    Health Care for All Oregon
    Medical & Health · Portland, Oregon
    Health Care for All Oregon is a non-profit organization dedicated to single-payer health care reform in both Oregon and the greater United States.

  • Friday
    Sep 15 2017
    Emergency Preparedness for Families

    Oregon City Public Library

    Emergency Preparedness for Families

    • Friday, September 15 @ 11:30am
    • Oregon City Public Library Community Room

    Following a disaster, First Responders may be delayed for hours or even days! It is the responsibility of all families to be prepared to be self-sufficient for up to two weeks. Gregg Ramirez, Emergency Manager for Clackamas Fire, will discuss practical steps all families should take to be ready when disaster strikes.

    The discussion will touch on several topics, including:

    • Threats and hazards common to our community
    • First Responder and government response
    • Building a disaster kit
    • Making a family plan
    • Ways we can all get involved


  • Saturday
    Aug 26 2017
    Digital Privacy and Safety Class
    • Free Geek Presents: Digital Privacy and Safety Class
    • Saturday, August 26th @ 1:00 pm
    • Oregon City Public Library

    From high-profile data breaches to advertising that follows you around the internet, there are plenty of reasons to be concerned about digital safety and privacy. This introductory class will help you understand online privacy and security threats, how they work, and how to avoid problems. You'll leave with a toolkit of resources for staying safe online.


    FREE GEEK - Drop off your tax-deductible donations of used electronics and we'll train volunteers to refurbish them for grants to other nonprofits and schools.

  • Monday
    Jun 12 2017
    Education Town Hall with Rep. Mark Meek

    Join Representative Mark Meek for a town hall about public education! Come ask your questions about funding for our schools, the Oregon Education Investment Initiative, and other important education topics.

    Participating in the discussion are:

    Bob Stewart (Superintendent, Gladstone School District) Celeste Pellicci (Educator, Gladstone School District)

    We hope to see you on June 12th!

  • Friday
    Jun 9 2017
    2nd Friday Film: East of Salinas (Oregon City Public Library)

    Summary (from eastofsalinas.com):

    "EAST OF SALINAS begins with 3rd grader Jose Ansaldo telling us what he wants to be when he grows up. With little support at home, José often turns to his teacher, Oscar Ramos, once a migrant farm kid himself. Oscar helps Jose imagine a future beyond the lettuce fields where his parents work. But Jose was born in Mexico–and he’s on the cusp of understanding the implications of that. As we watch this play out, we begin to understand the cruelty of circumstance–for Jose and many of million kids like him. East of Salinas asks: What is lost when kids like Jose are denied opportunities?"