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Constructive Wallowing (How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them)

Psychotherapist and author Tina Gilbertson presents this lively, interactive class on Tuesday, October 13 at 7pm. Learn why much of what we “know” about emotions is a myth. Is anger really toxic? Do feelings go away faster if we don’t dwell on them? Can we really control our feelings by choosing our thoughts?

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Third Tuesday Author Series: No Call Too Small

Join Lake Oswego Review Publisher J. Brian Monihan and Lake Oswego Police Chief Don Johnson on Tuesday, October 20 at 7pm as they share the best of the police log as recently published in the book No Call Too Small.

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Workshop: Make Your Own Manifesto

Calling all creatives, change-makers, entrepreneurs, and purpose-driven professionals! Join coach & facilitator Anya Hankin to craft an artistic mission statement that reflects your core values, clarifies your motivations for your work, and serves as a graphic reminder of your professional vision.

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Performing Arts: Cecelia Otto

Cecelia Otto is a 21st century vaudeville singer and creator of The American Songline project, an outlet for the singer to perform, travel, write and share historical music across the country.

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Music: Vellamo Finnish Folk Duo

Vellamo is the performing and songwriting team of Pia Leinonen and Joni Tiala. Their music is characterized by haunting melodies, Pia's ethereal lead vocals and Joni's virtuosic guitar stylings. They write instantly memorable songs in English as well as their native Finnish, and also perform traditional ballads from the Finnish, Celtic and Scandinavian folk traditions.

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Performing Arts: Ricardo Cárdenas

Guitarist Ricardo Cárdenas performs his extraordinary range of classical and folkloric music from Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, and Chile. Cárdenas includes composers as Heitor Villa-lobos, Antonio Lauro, Agustin Barrios, Fleury, J. Cardoso, Joao Pernambuco and also plays his own arrangements of Chilean songs.

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Third Tuesday Author: Brian Doyle

Join author Brian Doyle on Tuesday, September 15 at 7:00pm. Doyle is the editor of the University of Portland’s Portland Magazine – “the finest spiritual magazine in America,” says Annie Dillard.

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First Tuesday Music: Indalo Wind

Join us, on Tuesday September 1, 7-8:30 for an evening of eclectic instrumental music with Indalo Wind. This father-son duo will perform on a variety of instruments in a multitude of styles, offering up a fresh acoustic blend of folk, blues, classical, and jazz, with melodic seasonings from aroun

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Library Closed Saturday July 4

The Library will be closed Saturday July 4 for Independence Day. Please join us downtown A Street for the Star Spangled Parade, Saturday July 4 at 10:00am.

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First Tuesday Music: Yohannes Murphy

Yohannes Murphy and Friends is back for another dynamic performance of show tunes and classics on Tuesday, August 4, 7-8:30pm. Come chill out at the Library and enjoy some amazing music.

 

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