Remote Library Programs
Despite the temporary closure of the library building, our staff are finding new and innovative ways to deliver programming to you remotely. Some of our book groups are meeting virtually, we've launched art programs and weekly trivia games, you can watch our youth librarians sing songs and read stories... and new offerings are developing weekly!
Oregon Symphony debuts Symphony Storytime, an entertaining and educational online storybook series for kids featuring musicians playing alongside readings. We will feature a different Symphony Story on our library page every Saturday.
Read books! Win prizes! Escape reality!
LAZINFEST (LAY-zen-fest) is our Adult Summer Reading Program at the Lake Oswego Public Library. (The word comes from the German word ‘lesen,’ meaning ‘to read.’)
The Library invites you to send in your observations - the good, the bad - about this unprecedented time.
Andrea, Amy, Allison, and Hilary send greetings from where they are, to where you are!
Third Tuesday Authors share writing prompts, reading recommendations, and inspiration to connect us during this time of physical distancing.
Join Librarians Shannon & Alicia on Tuesday, July 7 at 4pm via Webex to eat and talk (about food). This week's theme: Lentils!
No library? No problem. We can read romance remotely! And check out our podcast premiere.
We'll be discussingThe Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom. We hope you will join us!
Every Wednesday: Waldo is out and about. Can you figure out where we spotted him this week? Check back every Wednesday to see his new hiding place!
You can never have enough LEGOs! Join our online club and share your creations with all of us.