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First Foods & Indigenous Cultural Lifeways of the Columbia River Basin

Friends of Tryon Creek Executive Director Gabe Sheoships is an enrolled citizen of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. He has spent the past two decades working on behalf of the restoration, protection, and education of Indigenous First Food resources.

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Global Stories - Japanese


First Saturday Readalouds
Listen to stories told in different languages by Lake Oswego community members. Each month spotlights a different world language, a familiar song, and a simple take-home craft. This month Chieri shares stories in Japanese.
 

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Transportation Advisory Board Meeting
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Rover Pop-Up Library at Mary's Woods

The Library Rover is back! Join the Lake Oswego Public Library for two mobile pop-up library events on the Mary's Woods campus on Saturday, February 4 and Saturday, March 4 from 1-4 PM. These events are open to the public; everyone is welcome, including families!

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Rover Pop-Up Library at Mary's Woods

The Library Rover is back! Join the Lake Oswego Public Library for two mobile pop-up library events on the Mary's Woods campus on Saturday, February 4 and Saturday, March 4 from 1-4 PM. These events are open to the public; everyone is welcome, including families!

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Historic Resources Advisory Board

The Historic Resources Advisory Board (HRAB) will meet on Wednesday, February 8, 2023.

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HYBRID: Genealogy Interest Group

The Online Genealogy Interest Group is a group for anyone interested in genealogical research. We currently have hybrid meetings at the Adult Community Center and via Zoom, on the second Wednesday of each month from 10:00am -11:30am. 

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Historic Resources Advisory Board

The Historic Resources Advisory Board (HRAB) will meet on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, the agenda is now available.

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What is Food Sovereignty and Some Ideas How to Build it in our Continent: A Perspective of an Immigrant from the South

The people have food sovereignty when they have the REAL opportunity to decide how to coexist with nature and at the same time produce high quality food, and live a dignified, valued and secure life.

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Soil Your Undies Kick-Off

The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson is a story about seeds and the Dakhóta women who protected them. The novel is also about the intertwined connections between humans, animals, plants, and all kingdoms of life. Including soil!

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