October 2017 News
Imagined Ink awards celebration
Join us to celebrate the winners of the 2017 Imagined Ink teen writing contest. Award-winning author Malinda Lo will be our special guest speaker and awards presenter and will be available to sign books.
Stevenson Community Library
Re-opens on October 16
Stevenson Community Library turns 50 this year! This summer, our building got some updates that will carry it forward into the next half-century. We will remain open in our temporary location at the Courthouse Annex through Saturday, October 7.

Library Foundation Fundraiser!
Dine at Warehouse 23 at 100 Columbia Street on the waterfront in Vancouver on October 18. Half of your guest check proceeds will support Summer Reading and other library programs. Be sure to tell them you want your check to support the library!
New early learning page at www.fvrl.org!
About books
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Sign up for FVRL's subscription book lists and get great book suggestions via email. We'll deliver reading lists right to your inbox that include new gems, bestsellers, and related titles. You'll also be able to click on book titles in the lists to see whether the items are available at your local library or place them on hold.

What's happening around the district
Populism, Conspiracy Theories, and Paranoia in America

With political science professor Cornell Clayton, explore how American politics has become an arena for suspicious and angry minds. Has American politics always been so crazy? Clayton’s talk explains the rise of today’s populist and conspiratorial politics, draws parallels to earlier periods, and describes how populism on the left and right today differ.
This year's community reads title is Where Bigfoot Walks: Crossing the Dark Divide, by Robert Michael Pyle. Join White Salmon Valley Community Library for programs, discussions and artwork inspired by this book.
Featured resources
You may also use Heritage Quest for census and more information from home or anywhere!
Hunting for ancestors?
Learn about your family history with Ancestry Library. Search over 1.2 billion records in over 3,000 databases, including the US Census, to find records and digitized documents. Available at all FVRL libraries!
Looking for hobby inspiration?
Search magazines, books, videos and reports for projects and information. Find detailed "how-to" instructions and creative ideas. Subject areas include arts & crafts, collecting, games & electronics, model building, home & leisure, needlework, outdoors & nature, and scrapbooking & paper crafts. 

  The library welcomes everyone.