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Through the reading and discussion of acclaimed works of fact and fiction, we seek greater appreciation of the rich diversity of life, to build understanding, empathy, and connection in our world.
Our April selection is Honor by Thrity Umrigar
Jayanthi Raman has been a practitioner, teacher and choreographer of the classical Indian Bharatha Natyam dance for more than 4 decades. Bharatha Natyam has its roots in the 2nd century and is the most revered of classical dance styles in India.
Please join the Lakewood Center Associates for a librarian-led book discussion of Lake Oswego Reads 2024 selection, Honor by Thrity Umrigar.
Join us for a Lake Oswego Reads party celebrating elements of Honor by Thrity Umrigar.
What does India, now the most populated nation on earth, have to teach the world about developing for a sustainable future? Meera Subramanian went to her father's land of India to find out and returned with intimate stories of life, loss and survival in a country under transformation.
Youth Action Council + The LO Library Present
Book Swap, Saturday, January 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Christ Church Parish.
On Saturday, February 3, celebrate the Year of the Dragon by joining members of our community in a variety of fun activities for the whole family!
- Listen to children’s stories read in Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
- Heart Strings Mandarin performance of songs, dance, and poetry.
- Lion dance performance by members of The White Lotus Dragon and Lion Dance.
- Nanta Drumming & Korean Fan Dance by Oregon Korean Performing Arts.
- Learn how to fold a dumpling or to make red envelopes.
- Chinese ink painting demonstration by local artist Yanan Dai.
Lake Oswego Teens! Come watch the Summer Blockbuster about dolls who leave their seemingly perfect world, only to discover the joys and perils of living among humans.
Snacks provided, for ages 12 & up