Who ever knew that PPE could be recycled and transformed into something not pandemic-related? Kids can join us for great events all week long for storytimes, indoor camping, making a sundial and even practice identifying animal scat. Register to get the links sent to your email! These books have their green on today! We frequently feature live video feeds of pandas on our outward facing computer monitors when the library is open. They are so entertaining! They are also one of the most endangered animals.
Today is National Panda Day. Read more about these beautiful bears here. Wanting to save some space and get some berries at the same time? Learn how to build a wall of berries! Or take a look at the second article for other ways to grow strawberries in small spaces.
Didn't we vote to "ditch the switch"? Here's why we still have to change our clocks in Oregon this weekend. Looking forward to an extra hour of daylight? We know this guy is! Jump your clock ahead 1 hour tomorrow. The City of Beaverton is inviting community members to submit their suggestions for the name of the new outdoor public plaza at Beaverton's Public Safety Center, which also features the recently installed public art sculptures by artist Blessing Hancock.
This is a unique opportunity for public participation in shaping a new community space! Ideas can be submitted either online website below or by c Any suggestion is welcome and can include a Beaverton resident deceased or living , tribal name to honor the indigenous lands on which the building rests, or general suggestion.
A detailed explanation to give context for consideration is requested. A committee of volunteers will review the public submissions and make a selection of names for City Council consideration in June. An unveiling event will be held in August either virtual, in-person, or a combination of both to celebrate the name selection and the installation of public art sculptures in the plaza. Free virtual event! Is it Irrational Exuberance, or could we actually be turning the corner into Spring on this beautiful day?
A sign that it is almost spring The bicycles at the staff bike rack are multiplying! Do you remember reading the Phantom Tollbooth? Or did your class watch the film after a tough grammar unit? Happy International Women's Day! This year's theme is ChooseToChallenge a very fitting theme for this year! Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. See more of Beaverton City Library on Facebook.
Log In. Forgot account? Not Now. Information about Page Insights Data. One of the obvious impacts from tackling the coronavirus epidemic is the mountain of plastic waste created by discarded personal protective equipment PPE. Help Miss Bethany make a delicious pot of rainbow stew! Story Drop: Rainbow Stew. Next week is Spring Break! Online Events during Spring Break: If you like pandas or just believe in conservation, then National Panda Day is the holiday for you.
Learn how to build a wall of strawberries. An easy and fun DIY garden project for the whole family. Yes, you still have to spring forward this weekend for daylight savings. Have you seen the new art at the Public Safety Center? Got ideas for a name? Story Drop: 5 Pairs of Dirty Socks. I will always remember being lost in the Doldrums The author of the beloved children's book reunited with its illustrator for the more recent The Odious Ogre.
Juster was also an architect and he died due to complications from a recent stroke. Celebrate the stories of strong women, from a Supreme Court justice and a soul singer whose names you know to a Ugandan chess champ you've probably never heard of. Due to the pandemic, many countries will host virtual events. Here's what you should know. In amazing cephalopod news A new test of cephalopod smarts has reinforced how important it is for us humans to not underestimate animal intelligence.