Deschutes Public Library "In the Know" Newsletter
May 1-22, 2019
"A Novel Idea" 2019 Wraps Up 
The nearly month-long celebration of the 16th Annual A Novel Idea wrapped up on Sunday with a fantastic presentation by Rocket Men author Robert Kurson. Kurson spoke to an entranced audience about the daring Apollo 8 mission of 1968. The immense community participation in A Novel Idea events is what makes this program one of the largest community read projects in the Pacific Northwest. Keep an eye on our website here for a video recapping Sunday's event, and check out a photo album on our Flickr site here. Our thanks to the Deschutes Public Library Foundation and the sponsors who make A Novel Idea free to all. The Foundation welcomes gifts from individuals and corporations to ensure A Novel Idea's continued success; you can donate online here.
Service Spotlight: MobilePrint
Did you know you can use MobilePrint to send your print jobs to the library's printers from anywhere you have an internet connection? Whether you want to send something to print from home from your laptop or from a tablet while you're in the library, we have you covered! Out of paper, ink supply low, or printer on the fritz? Count on us! Customer Kristin (right) did just that. We provided a little help and voila!, she was printing in the library in no time. For more info on mobile printing, click here.
Let Us Help You Jump-Start Your Job Search
Your library offers a wealth of information to assist you in any stage of your career or job search.
Our Career & Employment Resources include everything from  powerful tools to help you find a great job to classes that will spark your search. You can even schedule time to work one-on-one with a librarian. Be sure to check out this upcoming class:
    - Interviewing Best Practices: 5/16 , Downtown Bend
Our classes are free, but be sure to register to ensure your spot.
TimeSlips: Creative Storytelling for People with Memory Loss
TimeSlips is a unique collaborative storytelling program created specifically for people with memory loss. TimeSlips helps bring meaning and purpose into the lives of elders through creative engagement, replacing the pressure to remember with the freedom to imagine. People with memory loss and those who care for them are encouraged to join us on May 21 for a TimeSlips storytelling session at the Redmond Library. The program is free, but registration is recommended. Learn more about TimeSlips with this short video.
Tech Phobia? Never Fear, Great Classes are Here!
Whether you're interested in seeing what Facebook is all about, would like to learn to sell items on Craigslist, or want to harness the power of computing on the cloud, your library is here to help you get started. Be sure to check out these upcoming classes at the Redmond Library. Can't make it to one of these classes? Find our full class schedule here; and be sure to check out Lynda.com, where, with your library card, you have free access to thousands of online classes.
  - Intro to Facebook, 5/3
  - Intro to Craislist, 5/10
  - Intro to the Cloud, 5/17
  - Android Basics, 5/24
This Month, "Know Machines" at Your Library
Humans built machines, and machines helped us build the world. Get a glimpse into the past and future of some of our most fascinating machinery this May when we explore everything from Leonardo da Vinci to the Industrial Revolution, and artificial intelligence to perhaps the most intricate machine of all: the human body. All programs are free and open to the public. Link here for a full list of programs, dates, and times; you'll also find programs in the right column. 
Congratulations to Librarian Liisa Sjoblom
Every year the Oregon Library Association (OLA) bestows the Distinguished Service Award upon a library staff member who has worked in the profession for 15 years or more and who has demonstrated exceptional service over that time period. The OLA's 2019 Distinguished Service Award goes to our very own Liisa Sjoblom! Liisa is passionate about libraries and the communities they serve, and is a familiar face in the Central Oregon business community. Our congratulations to Liisa; thanks for all you do!
Library Locations & Hours
You'll find us at six locations in Deschutes county; click here for locations and hours. NOTE all libraries will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.  All  digital resources (eBooks, audio books, streaming music and movies, databases , etc.) are available anytime, from anywhere you happen to be with an internet connection. 
DPL Events
Pick up your copy of the April/May Events guide at your library or download here
Adult Event Spotlight
Bike Repair Demo - 5/4 (D.Bend)
Page to Screen: Wonder - 5/6 (Tin Pan Theater)
Community Questions - 5/6 (D.Bend)
The UP North Loop - 5/7 (D.Bend)
SCORE Small Business Counseling - 5/7, 5/14, 5/21 (D.Bend)
History Pub Encore: History & Climate Change - 5/8 (E. Bend)
Intro to Denim Mending - 5/8 (La Pine)
League of Women Voters Candidate Forum - 5/8 (Redmond)
A Fresh Look at Leonardo - 5/9 (E.Bend); 5/10 (Sunriver)
Introduction to Finding Grants - 5/9 (D.Bend)
What Computers Know (and Don't Know) - 5/11 (Redmond); 5/20 (D.Bend)
Repair Cafe - 5/11 (La Pine)
Feeding the Human Machine - 5/16 (E.Bend)
Author Jane Kirkpatrick - 5/18 (D.Bend)
Pioneer Day at Tetherow Homestead - 5/18 (Redmond)
Typewriter History & Empowering Clerks - 5/19 (D.Bend)
eBook Downloads - 5/21 (Fika Sisters Coffeehouse)
TimeSlips: Creative Storytelling for People with Memory Loss - 5/21 (Redmond)
Machines as the M easure of Men? - 5/21 (D.Bend); 5/22 (Sisters)
Adult Coloring Club - 5/25 (Redmond)
Quiet Writing Time with WCCO - 5/6, 5/13, 5/20 (D.Bend); 5/7, 5/14, 5/21 (Redmond) 
Travel Writing Workshop - 5/4 (Redmond)
Central Oregon Writers Guild: Inside the Box - 5/14 (D.Bend)
Central Oregon Writers Guild Showcase - 5/18 (D.Bend)
En Espa ñol
Abogado en la Biblioteca - 5/1 (D.Bend)
Diviértete con Libros - programar aqui
Visit the new Teen Tinker Lab at the La Pine Library! Hang out, mess around, geek out--the Teen Tinker Lab runs every early release Wednesday from 1:30-3:00 at the La Pine Library though May. Explore art and do-it-yourself projects, from making paracord bracelets to 3D art pieces and more! Just drop in; no registration required.
Write Here: Teen Writing Group - 5/3, 5/17 (D.Bend)
Paracord Bracelets - 5/11 (E.Bend); 5/15 (La Pine)
Action Figure Terrariums - 5/15 (Redmond); 5/23 (D.Bend)
Taco Ear Bud Holder - 5/15 (Sunriver)
Children & Families
We offer an average of 25 children's storytimes every week.  Visit our website for a complete calendar of storytime locations, dates, and times.  NOTE: Storytime ends May 19 and resumes June 10.
Animal Adventures 5/6, 5/20 (Redmond); 5/7 (E.Bend, Sisters); 5/14 (La Pine); 5/15 (D.Bend); 5/21 (E.Bend, Sisters)
Slime Lab - 5/1 (La Pine)
Every Child a Reader: Character Parade & Costume Party - 5/2 (D.Bend)
Every Child a Reader: Book Tasting - 5/4 (Sunriver)
Storytime at Juniper Elem. - 5/6, 5/13, 5/20 
Storytime at Buckingham Elem. - 5/9 
LEGO Block Party - 5/11 (Sisters); 5/22 (E.Bend)
Storytime at Redmond Early Learning Center - 5/14
Pajama Storytime - 5/14 ( Redmond, Sisters
D. Bend - "Cuckoo's Calling" ( 5/9)
E. Bend - "News of the World" (5/21)
La Pine - "The Given World" (5/16)
Redmond  - "The Line Becomes a River" (5/9)
Sisters - "Paris by the Book" (5/29
Sunriver - "Code Name Verity" (5/14); "Room" (6/3)
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