Error 404 - Page Not Found

Sorry, I've looked everywhere but I can't find the page you're looking for.

If you follow the link from another website, I may have removed or renamed the page some time ago. You may want to try searching for the page:

Suggested results

I've done a courtesy search for the term library for you. See if you can find what you're looking for in the list below:

  • Eugene Library Gets State Grant

    EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Public Library has been chosen for the “Ready to Read” Oregon state grant of more than $20,000. The organization says it’s a big boost for some of the youngest readers in city since the money will support literacy services like training workshops, expert presenters and the purchase of picture books … Continue reading »

  • Library’s Bed Bug Situation Resolved

    EUGENE, Ore. — The bed bug situation at the downtown Eugene Library has been resolved, library officials said Monday. On Friday, crews removed eight chairs to be cleaned after a patron found a bed bug on a chair on the third floor. Trained beagles from Portland were brought down over the weekend to search for … Continue reading »

  • Bed bugs found at Eugene Library

    Eugene, Ore. – The downtown Eugene Library is dealing with unwanted guests –bed bugs. The tiny insects were discovered earlier this month by a library patron, who found them in a chair on the third floor. More bugs were discovered in chairs on the second floor, too. Staff quickly took action – removing the infested … Continue reading »

  • Library Book 65 Years Overdue

    SPOKANE, Wash. (CNN) — Books are filled with all different kinds of stories. One classic is proving to have created quite the mystery. Someone from Maine just returned a 1946 copy of Gone with the Wind. It was checked out decades ago in Spokane, Washington. No one knows how it made its way all the … Continue reading »

  • Family Fun at Downtown Eugene Library

    When: November 9, 2014 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
    Where: Downtown Eugene Public Library', Olive Street & West 10th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401, USA

    Every Sunday at 2:30 in NOVEMBER Nov. 2: Recycled Paper Nov. 9: Yoga Nov. 16: Bookmark Art Nov. 23: Marimba Music Nov. 30: Origami Downtown Eugene Public Library 10th & Olive FREE During November, kids … Continue reading »

  • Eugene Library Makeover Meetings

    EUGENE, Ore.– How do you picture “Our Future Eugene Public Library” for the coming ten years and beyond? What kinds of information, services, tools, and activities will our community want and need? Eugene Public Library invites adults and teens to participate in any one of a series of community conversations about public interests, ideas, and … Continue reading »

  • Harrisburg Raising Money for New Library

    HARRISBURG, Ore. — Harrisburg library supporters are working to build a new library in town, but they’re still hundreds of thousands of dollars short of their goal. Harrisburg residents said the current library is too small and doesn’t even have enough space for all the town’s books. For the last six years, they’ve been fundraising … Continue reading »

  • Harrisburg Library Holding Fundraiser

    HARRISBURG, Ore. — Residents in Harrisburg are really hoping to boost their campaign for a new library with a special fundraising event on Sunday. Over the last six years, the Harrisburg Library Guild has managed to pull in around $400,000, but still needs at least another $600,000 to meet its goal of providing folks a … Continue reading »

  • Library to Host Make-and-Take Event

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. —  A big art party for kids is happening this Friday, Sept. 19th.  The Springfield Public Library coordinated a free hands-on event for Springfield Public Schools students, who will be released early from school on Friday. The library is hosting Make & Take @ The Library: Fingerprint Swirls and Whorls. Children will create … Continue reading »

  • Library Reading Program

    EUGENE, Ore. – The National Center for Education says that children who read have more of an advantage over those who are not. It says children who are frequently read are more likely to count to 20, write their own names, and read or pretend to read faster than other kids. Connie Bennett, the library … Continue reading »

Older posts «