Lebanon Public Library

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Library patron Amanda Gaskey shared her flowers that grew from seeds checked out from our Seed Library! Thank you for sh...
07/29/2021

Library patron Amanda Gaskey shared her flowers that grew from seeds checked out from our Seed Library! Thank you for sharing these happy little flowers!

Yay! look at the progress of these plants that were planted with seeds from our very own seed library! The seeds planted...
07/29/2021

Yay! look at the progress of these plants that were planted with seeds from our very own seed library! The seeds planted here: basil, lavender, catnip, chives, Squash- Cocozelle Zucchini, and the yellow ones are Squash- Golden Zucchini.

Do you have plants growing from seeds "checked out" from our Seed Library?
We would love to see what you have growing! Use our hashtag #lebanonseedlibrary or send us photos through messenger.

Are you looking for something fun to do this summer?  Are you interested in invention?  Do you want to meet others with ...
07/28/2021

Are you looking for something fun to do this summer? Are you interested in invention? Do you want to meet others with the same interests? Come join us at the Lebanon iINVENT camp being held August 9-13 from 9am-3pm. This free camp is for rising middle school students--students entering 6,7,or 8th grade. iINVENT consists of engineering design challenges, invention projects, pitch presentations, a college student panel, and a number of other fun activities. Participants will use "Human Centered Design" to create community impact through invention with OSU college mentor support. The iINVENT activities could include programing, creating circuits, improving existing designs, marketing inventions, and engaging in all parts of the invention process. To register please visit the link below and click on "Registration Now". https://precollege.oregonstate.edu/be-inventor-iinvent

Are you looking for something fun to do this summer? Are you interested in invention? Do you want to meet others with the same interests? Come join us at the Lebanon iINVENT camp being held August 9-13 from 9am-3pm. This free camp is for rising middle school students--students entering 6,7,or 8th grade. iINVENT consists of engineering design challenges, invention projects, pitch presentations, a college student panel, and a number of other fun activities. Participants will use "Human Centered Design" to create community impact through invention with OSU college mentor support. The iINVENT activities could include programing, creating circuits, improving existing designs, marketing inventions, and engaging in all parts of the invention process. To register please visit the link below and click on "Registration Now". https://precollege.oregonstate.edu/be-inventor-iinvent

07/28/2021
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PAGE ONE from “Millionaires for the Month” by Stacy McAnulty

07/27/2021
Yay! Cookies!

Thank you Hazella for the most delicious chocolate chocolate chip cookies!

We are curious…..Teens who picked up our June Rainbow Macrame take & makes, did you make the key chain? The one we made ...
07/27/2021

We are curious…..
Teens who picked up our June Rainbow Macrame take & makes, did you make the key chain?
The one we made is holding up well!

We are curious…..
Teens who picked up our June Rainbow Macrame take & makes, did you make the key chain?
The one we made is holding up well!

New SuGO kits available today for ages 5-14! Kits are on a first come, first served basis while supplies last.Marshmallo...
07/26/2021

New SuGO kits available today for ages 5-14! Kits are on a first come, first served basis while supplies last.

Marshmallow and Toothpick Engineering!

New SuGO kits available today for ages 5-14! Kits are on a first come, first served basis while supplies last.

Marshmallow and Toothpick Engineering!

07/22/2021
Speed book review…..6 in 60 seconds!

Tired of lengthy reviews that just make you yawn? You won’t find that here…….
Emma presents the fastest nonfiction book review ever! Hold on tight, here we go!

07/21/2021
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PAGE ONE from “Unplugged” by Gordon Korman

Friday Funny!
07/16/2021

Friday Funny!

Friday Funny!

07/15/2021
New Books

New fiction and nonfiction hitting the shelves today!

07/14/2021
Picture Books

Picture Books right out of the box! Coming to the E New Shelf soon!

07/14/2021
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Page One from “Winterkeep” by Kristin Cashore

Congratulations Josie for completing our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program!
07/13/2021

Congratulations Josie for completing our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program!

Congratulations Josie for completing our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program!

07/13/2021
Oregon Staycation

How about a “Staycation” in our beautiful state of Oregon? We have travel resources to get you started on your next Oregon getaway!

Our Library of Things is expanding today!!!!
07/12/2021

Our Library of Things is expanding today!!!!

Our Library of Things is expanding today!!!!

Ready to play a little Literary Jeopardy? How did you do?https://lithub.com/100-literary-jeopardy-clues-from-real-episod...
07/09/2021
100 Literary Jeopardy Clues from Real Episodes of Jeopardy!

Ready to play a little Literary Jeopardy?

How did you do?

https://lithub.com/100-literary-jeopardy-clues-from-real-episodes-of-jeopardy/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Lit%20Hub%20Daily:%20July%209%2C%202021&utm_content=A&utm_term=lithub_master_li

It’s officially time to socialize again. But maybe . . . you’ve forgotten how? Here’s one way to break the ice/pass the time/celebrate your vaccinations with your book-reading fri…

07/09/2021

We have a new Author of the Month display featuring Librarians in Literature.

A big “Thank you “ to Cafe Moo for the ginormous yummy cookies!!!!
07/08/2021

A big “Thank you “ to Cafe Moo for the ginormous yummy cookies!!!!

A big “Thank you “ to Cafe Moo for the ginormous yummy cookies!!!!

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55 Academy St
Lebanon, OR
97355

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Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 12pm - 5pm
Saturday 12pm - 5pm

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(541) 258-4926

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Do you take all magazines? If so, does it matter the date they were published? I have a bunch to get rid of and would rather others get use of them than to recycle them