More to See: Movies, Art and OMSI

View displays related to the 11th annual Lake Oswego Reads program through the month of February. Original art work from artists of all ages, photographs, artifacts and more! Displays will be up at Lakewood Center for the Arts, City Hall, the Lake Oswego Arts Council, Parks & Rec Building (formerly Palisades School), the Library, and local businesses.



Lake Oswego Reads Art Show
Lakewood Center for the Arts

Visit Lakewood Center for the Arts all of February and see the art created by well known artists after reading Rise of the Rocket Girls. Meet the artists on February 6 at a reception at 6:00 pm, program at 6:30 pm with dessert following.  

Lakewood Center for the Arts
368 S. State St.

Artists include:
Stuart Adams, Bill Baily, Mary Burgess, Leslie Cheney-Parr, Susan Cowan, Lisa M Finch-Wiser, Bonnie Garlington, Susan Greenbaum, Dave Haslett, Jani Hoberg, Susan Jensen, Dyanne Locati, Vicki Mintkeski, Ann Munson, Debby Neely, Kara Pilcher, Jan Rimerman, Beth Verheyden, and Barbara Wagner.

2017 Lake Oswego Reads Art Traveling Schedule

February- Lakewood Center for the Arts

March- Lake Oswego Library

April- Silver Falls Library in Silverton.

May- Concordia University Library 

June- Oregon City Library

July & August- Sandy Library                 

September- Stayton Library   

October- Scio Library

November -Wilsonville Library


Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race-
Starting January 13th in theaters nationwide

Watch for this inspiring movie at a local theater. It's the phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA at the leading edge of the feminist and civil rights movement, whose calculations helped fuel some of America's greatest achievements in space -- a powerful, revelatory story featuring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae, Kirsten Dunst, and Kevin Costner.


Open hours and show times vary

See the world differently with OMSI. From immersive shows in the largest, most technologically advanced planetarium in the Pacific Northwest to displays that explore stargazing tools to the ever-fascinating "Science on a Sphere," there's always something interesting to learn about our universe. Learn more:

1945 SE Water Avenue
Portland, Oregon


Starry Night Artwork -
Palisades School for the month of February

The Oak Creek Elementary School Art Literacy program is studying Van Gogh and painting Starry Night. View the cosmos through the lens of a young person's heart and talent.

Palisades School/Lake Oswego Parks and Rec
1500 Greentree Rd.




Historic Lake Oswego Photos -
Cascade Sotheby's International Realty for the month of February

Historic photos of Lake Oswego from the 1950s on loan from the Lake Oswego Library collection.

Cascade Sotheby's
310 N State Street #102

M-F: Noon - 5 pm



Astro-photographs Display -
Lake Oswego Arts Council from February 6th - 24th

Greg Marshall and other local Rose City Astronomers astro-photographers will display their amazing photographs.
*Photo at right courtesy of

Arts Council of Lake Oswego
520 1st Street


Loftus, Logan and Beckett Collection -
Display Case in City Hall for month of February

Have a look at some relevant artifacts from the collections of James Loftus, Larry Logan and Dave Beckett.
Photo at left via Doc Atomic's Attic of Astounding Artifacts

City Hall
380 A Avenue





JPL Posters and Space Timeline -
Library 1st floor and stairwell

The library will feature travel posters from NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory on the 1st floor above the DVDs and a timeline of space exploration as you ascend the stairwell.

706 4th Street