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There's lots to do at the library this month...
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Greetings! We've got so much going on at the library this month.

Did you see that we're hiring? We are currently seeking a part-time teen librarian, as well as several substitutes. See below for details or stop by to pick up an application packet at the circulation desk.

We're excited to report that work is underway on our new HVAC (heating, ventilation, and cooling) system. Just a reminder that there may be temporary closures of the back parking lot, restricting access to the back door and outside book drop. The alley may be partially blocked at times, too. Thanks again for your patience!

There are programs this month for all ages, including the B.E.A.R. Faire for kids, concert, tech classes, and more.

And finally, stop by and check something out from our Siuslaw Reading Challenge display for March. This month's topic is nonfiction science.
 
See you at the library!
It's a new year and a new reading challenge! We've got 12 new themes, and new chances to win monthly prizes ($5 to the Friends of Siuslaw Public Library bookstore, courtesy of the Friends), as well as our grand prize drawing for those who complete the challenge for all 12 months. See the full details and list of themes on our website: https://www.siuslawlibrary.info/reading-challenge.

March's theme is: nonfiction science.

Happy reading!
Job Openings
The library is currently recruiting for a part-time teen services librarian, as well as on-call positions in reference, circulation, and storytime. For more information, visit www.siuslawlibrary.info/employment or stop by the circulation desk to pick up an application packet. Applications are due March 12 at 4 PM.
Free Tax Assistance & Tax Forms
Feb 3 - Apr 13
Mondays & Thursdays, 9 AM - 2 PM

It's tax time! We have 2019 federal 1040 tax forms and instruction booklets available at the library. Volunteers from AARP Foundation Tax-Aide free tax prep will also be here, first come, first served, on Mondays and Thursdays.
March Art Displays
Stop by the library during open hours to view this month's rotating local art displays:

Colgan-Bennetts Gallery: Aerial photos of Florence, Bill Stone & John McMahan
Colgan-Bennetts Display Case: Fairy houses, Jeanne Morgan (pictured)

Also, it's not too early to think about Hang It All 2 in May! This year's theme is "Ages and Stages". Get your 2D or 3D work ready for this free community show.
Community Social (Family)
Fridays, March 6 & 20, 10-11:30 AM
Join us for family playtime! Crafts and activities for kids, coffee for parents, and snacks for all.

LEGO Club (Kids)
Fridays, March 13 & 27, 10-11:30 AM

Come create with LEGO!

Book Club (Adults)
Thursdays, 5 PM
Movie nights are the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month, and book discussions are the 2nd and 4th. (Call Bonnie for the latest book selections.)

For more information on Mapleton programs, call Bonnie at 541-268-4033.
KIDS' CALENDAR
Storytime and Activity

Tuesdays & Fridays
10:30-11:30 a.m.

LEGO Club
First and third Fridays
3-4 p.m.
B.E.A.R. Faire
Saturday, March 7, 12:30-2:30 PM

The B.E.A.R. Faire is back! Be Excited About Reading and create story-inspired art projects at this family event. Every kid gets a free book, and kids who come dressed as their favorite book character get an extra book!
Florence Reproductive Health Fair
Tuesday, March 17
10:30 AM - 12 PM

Come to this free event at the library for resources on pregnancy, childbirth, and new parenting. Includes mini workshops on baby wearing and doulas, a free raffle with great giveaways, and a car seat clinic in the parking lot. Snacks and activities for kids. For more information, contact Jen Nelson of Parenting Now! at 541-999-4880.
Best Books Program
Mapleton, Thurs, March 5, 1-2 PM

Join librarian Kevin Mittge for a look at the best books of 2019, as chosen by critics, staff, and patrons. This is his famed annual "60 Books in 60 Minutes" talk. You don't want to miss it!
Open Tech Lab, March 3
Excel Basics Class, March 17

Tuesdays, 1:30 to 3 PM
Got a question about your phone, laptop, or ereader? Bring your own device or use one of ours to explore basic skills and get your questions answered at our open lab. On March 17, join us to learn about Microsoft Excel, including how to organize data, format your spreadsheets, and more.
Concert: David Helfand and Louis Lowenstein
Saturday, March 21, 2-3 PM

Join Celtic harpist Helfand and cellist Lowenstein for "Majestic Journeys," a free concert of vibrant, transcendental music.
Living with Alzheimer's:
Early Stage Part 3

Wednesday, March 11, 10:30 AM - 12 PM
Free, educational program presented by the Alzheimer's Association of Oregon. To learn more or register, call 800-272-3900.

 
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