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Upcoming Events
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Date
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Time
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Description
Ages 9-17 years. Simple circuit light boxes and cards.
Location
Meeting Room
Library
East Bend Public Library

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Date
Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Time
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Description
Join us for strategy games, crafts, Wii, snacks, and more. Hang out, mess around, geek out!
Location
Meeting Room
Library
Sunriver Area Public Library

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Date
Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Time
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Description
Hey teens, tell us what you want! Join the advisory board....make decisions, boss us around, have fun! If you’re looking for leadership, community service, writing, tech, or other opportunities, this is the place! The library needs a teen advisory board (or whatever you want to call it), and we need YOU to get it
started! Plus, there’ll be snacks!
Location
Multi-Purpose Room
Library
Redmond Public Library

Title
Date
Saturday, April 04, 2015
Time
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Description
The earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan in 2011 triggered a massive tsunami that killed nearly 16,000 people. As the tsunami withdrew from Japan’s coastline, it pulled with it millions of tons of debris. Though much of that debris sank quickly, some made its way to Pacific Northwest shorelines. But the arrival of the debris was not our coast’s first encounter with tsunami. The large 1700 Cascadia earthquake triggered a series of tsunami waves that battered the PNW coast. That was more than 300 years ago. Are we due for another? Geologist Daniele McKay explores the history of tsunami in the Pacific Northwest.


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Location
Meeting Room
Library
La Pine Public Library

Title
Date
Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Time
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Description
The earthquake that struck off the coast of Japan in 2011 triggered a massive tsunami that killed nearly 16,000 people. As the tsunami withdrew from Japan’s coastline, it pulled with it millions of tons of debris. Though much of that debris sank quickly, some made its way to Pacific Northwest shorelines. But the arrival of the debris was not our coast’s first encounter with tsunami. The large 1700 Cascadia earthquake triggered a series of tsunami waves that battered the PNW coast. That was more than 300 years ago. Are we due for another? Geologist Daniele McKay explores the history of tsunami in the Pacific Northwest.


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Location
Brooks Room
Library
Downtown Bend Public Library

Title
Date
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Time
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Description
The institutions of Japanese Buddhism have often expressed ambivalence toward women. Many sacred mountains---important sites for monastic austerities---were prohibited to women until the modern period. Nonetheless, scholars in recent decades have worked to reconstruct a robust history of the religious lives and institutional contributions of women in Japanese Buddhism. In this talk Jessica Starling, assistant professor of religious studies at Lewis & Clark College, explores that history, beginning with the first full Buddhist clerics in Japan and spanning the political and cultural changes that took place before, during, and after the Pacific War.



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Location
Meeting Room
Library
Sisters Public Library

Title
Date
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Time
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Description
The institutions of Japanese Buddhism have often expressed ambivalence toward women. Many sacred mountains---important sites for monastic austerities---were prohibited to women until the modern period. Nonetheless, scholars in recent decades have worked to reconstruct a robust history of the religious lives and institutional contributions of women in Japanese Buddhism. In this talk Jessica Starling, assistant professor of religious studies at Lewis & Clark College, explores that history, beginning with the first full Buddhist clerics in Japan and spanning the political and cultural changes that took place before, during, and after the Pacific War.



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Location
Brooks Room
Library
Downtown Bend Public Library

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Date
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Time
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Description
If you put a cat in a sealed box with a device that has a 50% chance of killing the cat in the next hour, what will be the state of the cat when that time is up? In 1934, Erwin Schrödinger proposed that, in the instant before you open the box, the cat occupies both states at once---dead and alive---in a blur of probability. Author Ruth Ozeki uses this paradox of Schrödinger’s cat in her novel, along with quantum mechanics and Buddhist concepts of time, in unexpected and sometimes mind-bending ways. In this talk, physicist Wendi Wampler helps us unravel and understand Schrödinger’s Cat and what it can teach us about quantum mechanics.


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Location
Brooks Room
Library
Downtown Bend Public Library

Title
Date
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Time
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Description
Strategy games, crafts, Wii and more.
Location
Meeting Room
Library
La Pine Public Library

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Thanks for participating in the 2014 Teen Summer Reading Program! We'll be drawing our grand prize winners the week of August 18.
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the darkest mind finely 500 page book!
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the darkest minds
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he darkest minds
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the darkest minds
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mary mary done
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im on a new book and shes playing a truth or dare game at a party
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Are they ever going to draw the winners?
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she confronted her mom and then she went to her dads and her mom stole money from her then she broke up with her boyfriend taylor and went to dance with logan
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This is a magazine by National Geographic-Sugar Love: Why we can't resist it. Want to know how much sugar you are taking in with just a cup of soda.? Or, how cotton candy was invented? Maybe where candy got it's name? How much the average human eats in a year? Well then read this magazine! It also has articles about painted elephants, the underwater secrets of maya, and more! Read this magazine!
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The book that I read was called Dreamer....This is a movie by the way. For all you horse fans out there, this is the book for you. This story is about Cale Crane, who lives in Kentucky, on a horse farm, with no horses. None. Ben, Cale's dad, works with horses on the racetrack. He checks the horses for injuries. When Cale finally gets to go to work with him she gets the feel of horse fever....Ben doesn't want this life for her, being with horses. Pop, Cale's grandpa, puts tons of horse stories into Cale behind Cale's dad. Cale is determined to get a horse someday. When they go to a horse race and a horse gets injured the Crane's take it in to take care of it. her name is Sonya. Sonyador is her full name. It means Dreamer. Will Cale get her dream horse? Read Dreamer before summer gets out!!!!!...I recommend it!!!!
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This while week I've been reading great books.
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Divergent is a great series! Love it so much. I've re read it a few times already!:)
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she changed her appearnce too being not pretty like her hair thron up in a ponytail and jeans with baggy shirts too nice looking close she has too pay for everything tho because her mom wastes all there money on mackenzie and she hass a boyfriend now all of this with the help of her bestfriends cam and benny
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mini test (reading comp.)
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her sisster is seven and she does pagents soo her sisster gets all the atention and her crush is her friend but has a girlfriend
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mix mag
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mini myisterrys
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for the 26th and the seventh i listened to (and definitely not for the first time) The Magicians Nephew by C.S. Lewis. i love this story because it shows how all of Narnia came to be and were the white witch comes from. hope you read this!
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The tail of Emily Windsnap is so good! i can't tell you! i already read this book really young. but i wanted to read it again because inew books came out so i just read it for fun again!
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Breaking dawn is sooooo good. i will read the whole series again if i have to. A book that makes you stand on your toes!
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I read Eclipse like a mad girl! I love the twilight saga so far. i hope that the last book ends well!
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The kicks #1&2
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Maximum ride #2
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Lotz and lotz of books
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i finished a new book and it was about a girl with one decision but two pathes