Kids, teens, and adults!
No registration is needed.
Expand your world by thinking and talking about books.
Racial Unity Book Club
Adults & Teens
Thursday, July 16 at 11 am
Discuss “So You Want to Talk About Race” by Ijeoma Oluo in this virtual book club lead by Adrianne from the Tigard Library and Bruce from the group Respond To Racism. The focus will be on how the book relates to current events while working together to better understand and work against racism in our community and lives. All are welcome. Borrow the “always available” e-audiobook from the Library’s catalog. Register here.
Fostering Readers: A New Twist on an Old Tale
Kids entering 1st-4th grade
Tuesday, July 28 from 1-2:30 pm
We’ll explore the world of fairy tales and then create a tale of our own. This event will take place on Messenger Rooms. Register here.
Make/Do at Home
Express your creativity with how-to tutorials.
Tune in each Monday afternoon through August 24, 2020 to learn how to develop your skateboarding smarts, tune up your bike, and create delightful projects for your home or yard in these fun and simple videos. Miss an afternoon? You can watch them anytime after they are posted!
How to Fold Origami Animals
Learn how to make origami animals in this series of instructional videos. Make an entire zoo or a couple of desk pets. Give it a try and tag us on social media with #tigardlibraryorigami or send your pictures to TPLcomments@tigard-or.gov!
A clean bike is the first step to a successful ride. But you can’t just hose it down! Learn how to remove your back wheel so you can deep clean your gears, and how to properly clean and lubricate your chain. This task is deceptively simple – take the right steps to avoid frustration and laceration!
Story Time at Home
Play and learn with your little ones.
Take your creative explorations to the next level with these activities!
Thursday, July 23 from 4-5:30 pm
Work together in real time to find clues and solve puzzles to unlock a virtual room! Register here.
Tigard Library Presents
Watch a presentation of a past Tigard Library event.
Highlighted programs include:
- Musician Sean Gaskell gives a performance and educational demonstration on the kora, an ancient 21-stringed harp from West Africa.
- Sharon Wood Wortman shares about how model bridges are built and tested.