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To view a specific calendar, choose Select a Calendar and pick from the following color-coded categories:

  • Events for Kids (including Storytimes)
  • Events for Teens
  • Events for Adults
  • BCL At Home Virtual Events

Some days have more programs than can be seen on the calendar, please click Expand All Events or the Show More button to see all of the available events.

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BCL at Home Virtual Events

  1. Hora de Cuentos en Español [en linea]

    January 30, 2021, 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM @ En linea

    Acompáñanos a una hora de cuentos en español en familia para niños de 0-6 años. Leeremos cuentos, cantaremos canciones y les daremos ideas de manualidades o actividades para hacer después de nuestra hora de cuentos con cosas que ya tienen en casa. Regístrese con su dirección de correo electrónico; se enviará un enlace al evento una hora antes.

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  2. Death Cafe

    January 30, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Online

    Talk about death. Learn about life. Death and dying aren't often talked about but they touch us all. Join us to explore these themes in a relaxed, safe atmosphere. Dessert care: Death cafe is part death, part cake! Feel free to bring a comforting goodie and/or cup of tea with you while you participate. Register to receive link.

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  3. STEM Storytime

    January 30, 2021, 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ Online

    A storytime with science, technology, engineering, and math concepts for kids. Ages 3-6. Registration required; register with an email address and we'll email the link prior to the event.

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  4. One Book, One Beaverton: Closing Keynote with Bobbin Singh, Executive Director of Oregon Justice Resource Center

    January 30, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Online

    Join us for the culminating event of One Book, One Beaverton: a (virtual) evening with Bobbin Singh, founding Executive Director of Oregon Justice Resource Center. Mr. Singh will share his expertise on many of the issues addressed by Bryan Stevenson in "Just Mercy," focusing on the troubling history of mass incarceration and its link with white supremacy and racial subjugation. Registration required; register with an email address and we'll email the link prior to the event.

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