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JCLS CALENDAR LISTINGS FOR FEBRUARY 2023

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Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Thursday, February 23 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Central Point Library 

 

S.O. Fun! (School's Out): Cool Kids Read Books, 7-11 YRS 

Wednesdays • 2:00-3:00 PM 

S.O. Fun! Cool Kids Read Books is a weekly library program that encourages literacy and reading. Each week, kids will listen to a chapter of a book followed by a craft activity and discussion. Snacks will be provided.  

 

LEGO Days, 5+ YRS 

Wednesdays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

Come and enjoy building your imagination's creations! Don't know what to build? Every week there will be a cool, new prompt to spark your creative gears into motion. Builds will be displayed for a week to allow the community to admire your awesome skills! 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Thursday, February 2 • 4:30-5:30 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Coffee & Crosswords, 55+ YRS 

Select Tuesdays • 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 

February 7 & 21 

Older adults are invited to sit down and enjoy a cuppa and a breakfast treat, work on some games and puzzles, and listen to music. Come alone, or bring a friend or two! 

 

Feed the Birds Craft Day, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 1:00-3:00 PM 

Winter sure is a hard time to be a bird — help the little critters out by joining us in building recycled birdfeeders at the library! Supplies will be available, however feel free to bring your own (clean!) milk cartons and tin cans for making doubles.   

 

Eagle Point Library 

 

Yarnia! 

Wednesdays • 2:00-3:30 PM 

Learn to knit or crochet. Supplies provided. For all levels. 

 

Eagle Point Friends of the Library Open Cupboards Book Sale 

Thursdays • 12:30-3:00 PM 

Shop for new or gently used items including books, CDs & movies. Proceeds benefit the Eagle Point Library.  

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Eagle Point Book Club 

First Tuesdays • 12:30-3:00 PM 

February 7: The Library Book by Susan Orlean 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Thursday, February 9 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Rogue Reads: Live Looping with Larry Smith, 13+ YRS 

Thursday, February 16 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

Larry Smith, bass player and music professor at Rogue Community College, will create original music in a live looping session using songs inspired by or featured in the Rogue Reads selection Music is History by Questlove. Live looping involves recording, layering, and texturing tracks in real time to create a performance. Audience participation is invited, and there be discussion about how music evokes community, connection to history, and collective emotional meaning. A short Q&A will follow the performance with a chance for attendees to explore sounds in the live looping set-up. 

 

Gold Hill Library 

 

Teen Hangout, 14-18 YRS 

Wednesdays • 4:00-5:00 PM 

Stop by the Gold Hill Library to meet with other teens, play board games, watch movies, discuss books, and use the homework help and library databases.  

 

Old Sams Valley School: A History by Ludlow Sibley, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 2:00-3:00 PM 

Ludlow Sibley will give a talk on the history of the Old Sams Valley School built in 1921. 

 

Rogue Reads: Movement & Me: A Musical Sensory Experience, 3+ YRS 

Monday, February 6 • 11:00 AM-12:00 PM 

Join us for a special sensory program of songs and play with a simple ribbon wand decorated by participants. This program is for all children, but especially welcoming to those who find large groups intimidating and geared toward engaging children who may have a challenging time in a more traditional setting. Pre-registration required. 

 

Rogue Reads: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 10 • 2:00-3:30 PM 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

Friend Speed Dating for Seniors, 50+ YRS 

Monday, February 13 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

This low-key social event is designed to help adults make new friends. Every attendee spends five minutes talking with each of the other attendees; the "matching" period is followed by time for coffee and snacks. 

 

Gold Hill Library Book Club, 18+ YRS 

Third Fridays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 17: Music is History by Questlove 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 18 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Sewing with Jill, 16+ YRS 

Fourth Wednesdays • 5:00-7:00 PM 

February 22 

Join other sewing enthusiasts to learn to sew or work on projects you have already started. Open to all levels. There will be some supplies and sewing machines available, but please bring your own if you have them. Children ages 8-15 are welcome with an adult to supervise and assist. 

 

Upriver to Morning with Tish McFadden, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 2:00-3:00 PM 

Join local author Tish McFadden in this program about her book Upriver to Morning. 

 

Take & Make: Alphabet Soup, 3+ YRS 

Available starting February 27 

Pick up a kit featuring a letter of the alphabet. English and Spanish kits are available.   

 

Romance Reader's Book Club, 18+ YRS 

Monday • 2:00-3:00 PM 

February 27: Dating Dr. Dil by Lisa Sharma 

 

Creative Writing Lounge, 18+ YRS 

Fourth Fridays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 24 

Visit the library's writing lounge to write, collaborate, and receive feedback from other writers. 

 

Jacksonville Library 

 

Paws to Read: K9 Reading Buddies 

Wednesdays in February • 3:00-4:00 PM 

Children are invited to share a story with a trained and registered therapy dog. Paws to Read provides a non-intimidating environment for budding readers to explore reading out loud. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 8 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Monday, February 13  

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

“No Strings Attached” Book Club, 18+ YRS 

Fourth Thursdays • 3:00-4:30 PM 

February 23 

Join us to discuss the different books we're reading — recent reads, old favorites, or anything in-between. No required reading, just read what you love, then share with the group! 

  

Medford Library 

 

Windows in Time: Community Support 101 - What the Carpenter Family Gave Us, 18+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 1 • 12:00-1:00 PM 

One family that has contributed to the Southern Oregon community for generations is the Carpenter Family. Alice Mullaly will talk about this special family and their wonderful contributions to the Rogue Valley like USO clubs in WWII, the Red Cross, the Community Hospital, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, hundreds of Carpenter Foundation grants, and more.  

 

S.O. Fun! 6-11 YRS 

Wednesdays • 2:00-3:30 PM 

S.O. Fun! (School's Out) is a weekly library program for school-age children. Each week features themed activities: gaming, crafts, STEAM, and more. Drop in, hang out, and have fun with us! Snacks provided.  

 

I'm With the Banned, 18+ YRS 

First Wednesdays • 4:30-5:30 PM 

Once a month, read and discuss a banned book. Explore what caused these books to be banned, what being banned means, and how this impacts us as a society. The January discussion welcomes both adults and teens. Stop by the Reference desk to pick up a copy! 

February 1: Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini 

 

Teen Gamer Day, 13+ YRS 

First Saturdays • 1:00-4:00 PM 

February 4 

What kind of gamer are you? Video games? Board games? Charades? We've got them all! Challenge your friends or even our Teen Library staff to a game. 

 

Music Movies 

Select Sundays • 1:00-3:45 PM 

February 5: La La Land (2016), PG-13 

February 19: Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021), PG-13 

February 26: Walk the Line (2005), PG-13 

 

Queer Coffee House @ the Library, 13+ YRS 

First Tuesdays • 5:30-7:00 PM 

February 7 

Gather to watch movies, play games, build community, and share favorite books, movies, podcasts, and more. LGBTQ+ folks and allies are all welcome. 

 

Music & Movement @ the Medford Library, All Ages 

Saturday, February 11  

Throughout the day, visit the Medford Library for programs for all ages. Snacks provided. 

Music, Movement, and Me, 2+ YRS: 12:30-1:15 PM 

Join JCLS Youth Services Coordinator Brystan Strong for a fun, high-energy program of movement and music. This program will engage children in play using dance, shakers, bubble machines, and more! 

Magical Mysterious Musical Take & Play, 18+ YRS: 12:00-4:00 PM 

Pick up a surprise musical instrument from the Medford Library reference desk — yours to keep! Play it, and bring the magic of music to your community.  

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS: 1:00-3:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS: 2:00-3:00 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Medford Book Chat 

Second Tuesdays • 5:00-6:10 PM 

February 14 

Discuss interesting books with other readers on the second Tuesday of each month. 

 

Medford Teen Advisory Group (T.A.G.), 12-18 YRS 

Second Tuesdays • 4:30-5:30 PM 

February 14 

T.A.G members are dedicated, motivated teens in grades 7-12 who meet to brainstorm ideas for the library, discuss pop culture, and make crafts. Snacks provided. 

 

Songwriting 101, 18+ YRS 

Thursday, February 16 • 3:00-4:30 PM 

Learn the basics of writing original songs, tips and tricks for editing your own work, and hear examples from local songwriters during this introduction to songwriting with the Southern Oregon Songwriters Association. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 21 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

Tea Time Tuesday, Ages 13+ 

Select Tuesdays • 4:30-6:00 PM 

Meet in the Teen Library to discuss our chosen book while drinking tea and eating snacks.  

February 21: If I Ever Get Out of Here by Eric Gansworth 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Teen Movie Matinee, 12+ YRS 

Last Saturdays • 1:00-3:00 PM 

February 25 

Join us in the Medford Teen Library for a surprise viewing... with popcorn! 

 

Phoenix Library 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Wednesday, February 1 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Birds and Bird Nests, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

Learn about local backyard birds, how they live, and their importance to the world with Bugs-R-Us. This program includes examples of nests, feathers, bird calls, local bird trivia, and more. 

 

Take & Play: Learn to Play the Recorder, 8+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 7 

Pick up a kit with a recorder and an instructional booklet — yours to keep! 

 

Prospect Library 

 

Internet Security: How to Protect Yourself Online 

Wednesday, February 1 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

Email scams, phishing, malware  is it even safe to be connected? Discover tools to help you remain paranoia-free while enjoying the benefits of the internet without compromising your security or privacy. 

 

Rogue Reads: What it Was: Growing Up When the Music Mattered, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 12:00-1:30 PM 

The classic era of rock & roll music was a time of incredible creativity in the arts and in artful ways of living. It was a tumultuous time, too, when struggles over civil rights, the Vietnam War, political assassinations, and gender equity sometimes made it seem the world was coming apart. The music helped us get through it. Revisit those times with James Pagliasotti, the first rock & roll columnist for the Denver Post, where he covered music and counterculture from 1968-1974.  

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Friday, February 10 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Friday, February 24 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Rogue River Library 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Monday, February 6 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Creative Writing Lounge, 18+ YRS 

Second Thursdays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 9 

Visit the library's writing lounge to write, collaborate, and receive feedback from other writers. 

 

Take & Make: CD Window Hanging 

Available starting Monday, February 20 

Make mesmerizing CD decor to hang in your window. 

 

Internet Security: How to Protect Yourself Online 

Tuesday, February 21 • 2:30-3:30 PM 

Email scams, phishing, malware  is it even safe to be connected? Discover tools to help you remain paranoia-free while enjoying the benefits of the internet without compromising your security or privacy. 

 

Rogue Reads: What it Was: Growing Up When the Music Mattered, 18+ YRS 

Thursday, February 23 • 4:00-5:30 PM 

The classic era of rock & roll music was a time of incredible creativity in the arts and in artful ways of living. It was a tumultuous time, too, when struggles over civil rights, the Vietnam War, political assassinations, and gender equity sometimes made it seem the world was coming apart. The music helped us get through it. Revisit those times with James Pagliasotti, the first rock & roll columnist for the Denver Post, where he covered music and counterculture from 1968-1974.  

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Friday, February 24 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Crafty Concert, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 12:00-1:30 PM 

Make it, play it... music! Craft your own instrument, then put on a show. 

 

Ruch Library 

 

Applegate Valley Musicians and Troubadours, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 11 • 11:30-3:30 PM 

Listen to local musicians or other performers from the Applegate Valley. Sponsored by Friends of the Applegate Library and Friends of the Ruch Library. 

 

Shady Cove Library 

 

Rogue Reads: Live Looping with Larry Smith, 13+ YRS 

Friday, February 3 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

Larry Smith, bass player and music professor at Rogue Community College, will create original music in a live looping session using songs inspired by or featured in the Rogue Reads selection Music is History by Questlove. Live looping involves recording, layering, and texturing tracks in real time to create a performance. Audience participation is invited, and there be discussion about how music evokes community, connection to history, and collective emotional meaning. A short Q&A will follow the performance with a chance for attendees to explore sounds in the live looping set-up. 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Friday, February 10 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 15 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Friday, February 17 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Niagara Falls and the Erie Canal 

Friday, February 17 • 5:00-6:00 PM 

Dan and Carol Nielson will discuss the history and the majesty of Niagara Falls and the Erie Canal.  

 

Talent Library 

 

Take & Play: Learn to Play the Recorder, 8+ YRS 

Tuesday, February 7 • 10:00 AM-6:00 PM 

Pick up a kit with a recorder and an instructional booklet — yours to keep! 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 11 • 2:00-3:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 21 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

White City Library 

 

Musical Art 

Saturday, February 11 • 1:30-2:30 PM 

Inspired by the work of Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, who expressed his interpretation of music through his art, participants will listen along to music and let it inspire their own masterpiece. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Monday, February 13 • 3:30-4:30 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 15 • 2:30-3:30 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Rogue Reads: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Monday, February 27 • 3:30-5:00 PM 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

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About Jackson County Library Services: 

The JCLS mission is to connect everyone to information, ideas, and each other. With 15 branches throughout the County, JCLS offers in-person and virtual programs, Take & Make kits, At Home Services for patrons who cannot come to the library, Outreach to Child Care, free internet access, 24-hour online resources, and a staff of experts. Patrons can browse the online catalog and curated staff booklists, subscribe to the Library Connect blog, and utilize readers advisory resources via an online form called JCLS Discovery. Learn more at jcls.org. 

 

Media Contact: Ryan Bradley, JCLS Marketing Manager rbradley@jcls.org | 541-734-3916

Medford, Oregon (January 17, 2023)  Jackson County Library Services (JCLS) offers free events, including online and in-person programs and Take & Make kits. All event times, dates, and locations are subject to change. Please consult our online calendar at jcls.org to confirm events. 

 

  

ONLINE EVENTS 

 

Online programs take place via Zoom. Pre-registration is required; meeting or webinar details will be emailed to you when you register through the JCLS Events Calendar at jcls.libcal.com or by calling your library.  

 

Understanding Vegetable Garden Fertilizers 

Saturday, February 4 • 1:00-2:30 PM 

Be ready for spring garden planting by refreshing your knowledge of soil testing and the types of nutrients plants need to grow and produce a bountiful harvest. Susan Koenig will cover types of fertilizers, how much fertilizer to use, and when and how to apply them. 

 

No-dig Lasagna Gardening and Spring Garden Cleanup 

Saturday, February 18 • 1:00-2:30 PM 

Learn to create new ornamental and vegetable garden beds and borders without digging as well as simple eco-friendly strategies to clean up your garden for spring from Master Gardener Janine Salvatti. 

 

Teen General Knowledge Trivia 

Last Tuesdays • 4:30-5:30 PM 

February 28 

Test your knowledge alongside your peers in this fast-paced, online trivia challenge. Bring your brain and a mobile device and you're ready to go! 

 

ONLINE AUTHOR TALKS 

 

Lana Harper Discusses Poison Priestess (Lady Slayers Series) 

Thursday, February 9 • 4:00-5:00 PM  

 

Grace M. Cho Discusses Tastes Like War 

Thursday, February 16 • 10:00-11:00 AM  

 

Eric Gansworth Discusses If I Ever Get Out of Here 

Tuesday, February 21 • 4:30-5:30 PM 

 

Sadeqa Johnson Discusses Yellow Wife 

Tuesday, February 28 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

 

IN-PERSON EVENTS  

 

Attendees at in-person programs and events must adhere to current COVID-19 restrictions. Space may be limited and programs may be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Some programs take place outdoors. In-person events may be canceled or rescheduled to take place online; please visit the JCLS Event Calendar at jcls.libcal.com for updates. 

 

SYSTEMWIDE TAKE & MAKE KITS 

 

Take & Make: Bookmark This! 7+ YRS 

Available starting February 6 (wolves) 

Get fun facts, booklists, and other resources. Plus, color and cut out your own bookmark! 

 

Applegate Library 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 7 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Applegate Valley Musicians and Troubadours, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 11 • 11:00 AM-12:00 PM 

Listen to local musicians or other performers from the Applegate Valley. Sponsored by Friends of the Applegate Library and Friends of the Ruch Library. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 18 • 11:30 AM-12:30 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Ashland Library 

 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 1 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Community Table, 18+ YRS 

First Saturdays • 12:00-3:00 PM 

February 4 

Stop by the Ashland Library's Community Table to find out about the local organizations that make our community a special place to live. Staff from a local organization will be present on the main floor of the library to introduce themselves and their organizations. Call the Ashland Library for details. 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Monday, February 6 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Books@Noon 

First Tuesdays • 12:00-1:00 PM 

February 7 

Share what you are reading, and find your next great read. 

 

Big Ideas Discussion Series, 18+ YRS 

First Tuesdays • 4:00-5:30 PM 

Listen to prominent local experts discuss relevant and timely issues affecting our community. Lectures are jointly sponsored by the Ashland Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Jackson County Library Services. 

February 7: “The Past, Present & Future of Public Broadcasting in Our Region” with Paul Westhelle and Phil Meyer 

 

Windows in Time: Community Support 101 - What the Carpenter Family Gave Us, 18+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 8 • 12:00-1:00 PM 

One family that has contributed to the Southern Oregon community for generations is the Carpenter Family. Alice Mullaly will talk about this special family and their wonderful contributions to the Rogue Valley, like USO clubs in WWII, the Red Cross, the Community Hospital, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, hundreds of Carpenter Foundation grants, and more.  

 

Teen Hangout: Video Game Tournament, 13-19 YRS 

Second Wednesdays • 2:30-4:30 PM 

February 8 

Participate in a video game tournament on the Nintendo Switch. The top 3 winners get a prize! 

 

S.O. Fun! 9-12 YRS 

Select Wednesdays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 8 & 22 

S.O. Fun! (School's Out) is a weekly library program for school-aged children. Drop in, hang out, and have fun with us! Activities include Lego building, free art, theatre games, STEAM, special events, and more. Snacks provided. 

 

Beginning Ukulele for Teens, 13-18 YRS 

Second Sundays • 2:00-3:00 PM 

February 12 

Learn some basics of playing ukulele with Tish McFadden, founder of the Rum Tum School of Music in Ashland. Bring your own ukulele, or borrow one of ours! 

 

Cozy Crafternoon, 13-18 YRS 

Third Thursdays • 4:00-5:00 PM 

February 16: Crochet an Octopus 

Join us for a cozy afternoon of crafting. Pre-registration recommended.  

 

Rogue Reads: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 18 • 2:00-3:30 PM 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

Rogue Reads Teen Book Club: If I Ever Get Out of Here, 13-18 YRS 

Tuesday, February 21 • 3:30-5:30 PM 

Join us in discussing the Rogue Reads YA selection, If I Ever Get Out of Here by Eric Gansworth from 3:30-4:30. Then, stick around to watch Eric Gansworth's live virtual author talk immediately afterward on our big screen, 4:30-5:30. Snacks and drinks provided! 

 

Tween D&D, 9-13 YRS 

Select Wednesdays • 3:00-5:30 PM 

February 22 

Stop by the library to play a short Dungeons & Dragons adventure! 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 22 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Music in the Library: Rogue Valley Symphony 

Select Thursdays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 23  

Musicians from Rogue Valley Symphony will fill the main floor of the library with relaxing music. Enjoy it in passing, or sit for a while and listen. This series is presented in partnership with Rogue Valley Symphony. 

 

History and Culture in Popular Music, 18+ YRS 

Monday, February 27 • 4:00-5:30 PM 

American popular music is a powerful and visible aspect of pop culture: one of our most prominent forms of cultural expression. Join Southern Oregon University's Dr. Vicki Purslow on a journey from 1959 to the present as we track historical and cultural events to the development of popular music. 

 

Butte Falls Library 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Thursday, February 9 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Thursday, February 23 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Central Point Library 

 

S.O. Fun! (School's Out): Cool Kids Read Books, 7-11 YRS 

Wednesdays • 2:00-3:00 PM 

S.O. Fun! Cool Kids Read Books is a weekly library program that encourages literacy and reading. Each week, kids will listen to a chapter of a book followed by a craft activity and discussion. Snacks will be provided.  

 

LEGO Days, 5+ YRS 

Wednesdays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

Come and enjoy building your imagination's creations! Don't know what to build? Every week there will be a cool, new prompt to spark your creative gears into motion. Builds will be displayed for a week to allow the community to admire your awesome skills! 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Thursday, February 2 • 4:30-5:30 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Coffee & Crosswords, 55+ YRS 

Select Tuesdays • 10:00 AM-12:00 PM 

February 7 & 21 

Older adults are invited to sit down and enjoy a cuppa and a breakfast treat, work on some games and puzzles, and listen to music. Come alone, or bring a friend or two! 

 

Feed the Birds Craft Day, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 1:00-3:00 PM 

Winter sure is a hard time to be a bird — help the little critters out by joining us in building recycled birdfeeders at the library! Supplies will be available, however feel free to bring your own (clean!) milk cartons and tin cans for making doubles.   

 

Eagle Point Library 

 

Yarnia! 

Wednesdays • 2:00-3:30 PM 

Learn to knit or crochet. Supplies provided. For all levels. 

 

Eagle Point Friends of the Library Open Cupboards Book Sale 

Thursdays • 12:30-3:00 PM 

Shop for new or gently used items including books, CDs & movies. Proceeds benefit the Eagle Point Library.  

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Eagle Point Book Club 

First Tuesdays • 12:30-3:00 PM 

February 7: The Library Book by Susan Orlean 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Thursday, February 9 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Rogue Reads: Live Looping with Larry Smith, 13+ YRS 

Thursday, February 16 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

Larry Smith, bass player and music professor at Rogue Community College, will create original music in a live looping session using songs inspired by or featured in the Rogue Reads selection Music is History by Questlove. Live looping involves recording, layering, and texturing tracks in real time to create a performance. Audience participation is invited, and there be discussion about how music evokes community, connection to history, and collective emotional meaning. A short Q&A will follow the performance with a chance for attendees to explore sounds in the live looping set-up. 

 

Gold Hill Library 

 

Teen Hangout, 14-18 YRS 

Wednesdays • 4:00-5:00 PM 

Stop by the Gold Hill Library to meet with other teens, play board games, watch movies, discuss books, and use the homework help and library databases.  

 

Old Sams Valley School: A History by Ludlow Sibley, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 2:00-3:00 PM 

Ludlow Sibley will give a talk on the history of the Old Sams Valley School built in 1921. 

 

Rogue Reads: Movement & Me: A Musical Sensory Experience, 3+ YRS 

Monday, February 6 • 11:00 AM-12:00 PM 

Join us for a special sensory program of songs and play with a simple ribbon wand decorated by participants. This program is for all children, but especially welcoming to those who find large groups intimidating and geared toward engaging children who may have a challenging time in a more traditional setting. Pre-registration required. 

 

Rogue Reads: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 10 • 2:00-3:30 PM 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

Friend Speed Dating for Seniors, 50+ YRS 

Monday, February 13 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

This low-key social event is designed to help adults make new friends. Every attendee spends five minutes talking with each of the other attendees; the "matching" period is followed by time for coffee and snacks. 

 

Gold Hill Library Book Club, 18+ YRS 

Third Fridays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 17: Music is History by Questlove 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 18 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Sewing with Jill, 16+ YRS 

Fourth Wednesdays • 5:00-7:00 PM 

February 22 

Join other sewing enthusiasts to learn to sew or work on projects you have already started. Open to all levels. There will be some supplies and sewing machines available, but please bring your own if you have them. Children ages 8-15 are welcome with an adult to supervise and assist. 

 

Upriver to Morning with Tish McFadden, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 2:00-3:00 PM 

Join local author Tish McFadden in this program about her book Upriver to Morning. 

 

Take & Make: Alphabet Soup, 3+ YRS 

Available starting February 27 

Pick up a kit featuring a letter of the alphabet. English and Spanish kits are available.   

 

Romance Reader's Book Club, 18+ YRS 

Monday • 2:00-3:00 PM 

February 27: Dating Dr. Dil by Lisa Sharma 

 

Creative Writing Lounge, 18+ YRS 

Fourth Fridays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 24 

Visit the library's writing lounge to write, collaborate, and receive feedback from other writers. 

 

Jacksonville Library 

 

Paws to Read: K9 Reading Buddies 

Wednesdays in February • 3:00-4:00 PM 

Children are invited to share a story with a trained and registered therapy dog. Paws to Read provides a non-intimidating environment for budding readers to explore reading out loud. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 8 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Monday, February 13  

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

“No Strings Attached” Book Club, 18+ YRS 

Fourth Thursdays • 3:00-4:30 PM 

February 23 

Join us to discuss the different books we're reading — recent reads, old favorites, or anything in-between. No required reading, just read what you love, then share with the group! 

  

Medford Library 

 

Windows in Time: Community Support 101 - What the Carpenter Family Gave Us, 18+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 1 • 12:00-1:00 PM 

One family that has contributed to the Southern Oregon community for generations is the Carpenter Family. Alice Mullaly will talk about this special family and their wonderful contributions to the Rogue Valley like USO clubs in WWII, the Red Cross, the Community Hospital, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, hundreds of Carpenter Foundation grants, and more.  

 

S.O. Fun! 6-11 YRS 

Wednesdays • 2:00-3:30 PM 

S.O. Fun! (School's Out) is a weekly library program for school-age children. Each week features themed activities: gaming, crafts, STEAM, and more. Drop in, hang out, and have fun with us! Snacks provided.  

 

I'm With the Banned, 18+ YRS 

First Wednesdays • 4:30-5:30 PM 

Once a month, read and discuss a banned book. Explore what caused these books to be banned, what being banned means, and how this impacts us as a society. The January discussion welcomes both adults and teens. Stop by the Reference desk to pick up a copy! 

February 1: Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini 

 

Teen Gamer Day, 13+ YRS 

First Saturdays • 1:00-4:00 PM 

February 4 

What kind of gamer are you? Video games? Board games? Charades? We've got them all! Challenge your friends or even our Teen Library staff to a game. 

 

Music Movies 

Select Sundays • 1:00-3:45 PM 

February 5: La La Land (2016), PG-13 

February 19: Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021), PG-13 

February 26: Walk the Line (2005), PG-13 

 

Queer Coffee House @ the Library, 13+ YRS 

First Tuesdays • 5:30-7:00 PM 

February 7 

Gather to watch movies, play games, build community, and share favorite books, movies, podcasts, and more. LGBTQ+ folks and allies are all welcome. 

 

Music & Movement @ the Medford Library, All Ages 

Saturday, February 11  

Throughout the day, visit the Medford Library for programs for all ages. Snacks provided. 

Music, Movement, and Me, 2+ YRS: 12:30-1:15 PM 

Join JCLS Youth Services Coordinator Brystan Strong for a fun, high-energy program of movement and music. This program will engage children in play using dance, shakers, bubble machines, and more! 

Magical Mysterious Musical Take & Play, 18+ YRS: 12:00-4:00 PM 

Pick up a surprise musical instrument from the Medford Library reference desk — yours to keep! Play it, and bring the magic of music to your community.  

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS: 1:00-3:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS: 2:00-3:00 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Medford Book Chat 

Second Tuesdays • 5:00-6:10 PM 

February 14 

Discuss interesting books with other readers on the second Tuesday of each month. 

 

Medford Teen Advisory Group (T.A.G.), 12-18 YRS 

Second Tuesdays • 4:30-5:30 PM 

February 14 

T.A.G members are dedicated, motivated teens in grades 7-12 who meet to brainstorm ideas for the library, discuss pop culture, and make crafts. Snacks provided. 

 

Songwriting 101, 18+ YRS 

Thursday, February 16 • 3:00-4:30 PM 

Learn the basics of writing original songs, tips and tricks for editing your own work, and hear examples from local songwriters during this introduction to songwriting with the Southern Oregon Songwriters Association. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 21 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

Tea Time Tuesday, Ages 13+ 

Select Tuesdays • 4:30-6:00 PM 

Meet in the Teen Library to discuss our chosen book while drinking tea and eating snacks.  

February 21: If I Ever Get Out of Here by Eric Gansworth 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Teen Movie Matinee, 12+ YRS 

Last Saturdays • 1:00-3:00 PM 

February 25 

Join us in the Medford Teen Library for a surprise viewing... with popcorn! 

 

Phoenix Library 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Wednesday, February 1 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Birds and Bird Nests, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

Learn about local backyard birds, how they live, and their importance to the world with Bugs-R-Us. This program includes examples of nests, feathers, bird calls, local bird trivia, and more. 

 

Take & Play: Learn to Play the Recorder, 8+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 7 

Pick up a kit with a recorder and an instructional booklet — yours to keep! 

 

Prospect Library 

 

Internet Security: How to Protect Yourself Online 

Wednesday, February 1 • 1:00-2:00 PM 

Email scams, phishing, malware  is it even safe to be connected? Discover tools to help you remain paranoia-free while enjoying the benefits of the internet without compromising your security or privacy. 

 

Rogue Reads: What it Was: Growing Up When the Music Mattered, 18+ YRS 

Saturday, February 4 • 12:00-1:30 PM 

The classic era of rock & roll music was a time of incredible creativity in the arts and in artful ways of living. It was a tumultuous time, too, when struggles over civil rights, the Vietnam War, political assassinations, and gender equity sometimes made it seem the world was coming apart. The music helped us get through it. Revisit those times with James Pagliasotti, the first rock & roll columnist for the Denver Post, where he covered music and counterculture from 1968-1974.  

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Friday, February 10 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Friday, February 24 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Rogue River Library 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Available starting Monday, February 6 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project.  

 

Creative Writing Lounge, 18+ YRS 

Second Thursdays • 3:00-4:00 PM 

February 9 

Visit the library's writing lounge to write, collaborate, and receive feedback from other writers. 

 

Take & Make: CD Window Hanging 

Available starting Monday, February 20 

Make mesmerizing CD decor to hang in your window. 

 

Internet Security: How to Protect Yourself Online 

Tuesday, February 21 • 2:30-3:30 PM 

Email scams, phishing, malware  is it even safe to be connected? Discover tools to help you remain paranoia-free while enjoying the benefits of the internet without compromising your security or privacy. 

 

Rogue Reads: What it Was: Growing Up When the Music Mattered, 18+ YRS 

Thursday, February 23 • 4:00-5:30 PM 

The classic era of rock & roll music was a time of incredible creativity in the arts and in artful ways of living. It was a tumultuous time, too, when struggles over civil rights, the Vietnam War, political assassinations, and gender equity sometimes made it seem the world was coming apart. The music helped us get through it. Revisit those times with James Pagliasotti, the first rock & roll columnist for the Denver Post, where he covered music and counterculture from 1968-1974.  

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Friday, February 24 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Crafty Concert, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 25 • 12:00-1:30 PM 

Make it, play it... music! Craft your own instrument, then put on a show. 

 

Ruch Library 

 

Applegate Valley Musicians and Troubadours, 3+ YRS 

Saturday, February 11 • 11:30-3:30 PM 

Listen to local musicians or other performers from the Applegate Valley. Sponsored by Friends of the Applegate Library and Friends of the Ruch Library. 

 

Shady Cove Library 

 

Rogue Reads: Live Looping with Larry Smith, 13+ YRS 

Friday, February 3 • 4:00-5:00 PM 

Larry Smith, bass player and music professor at Rogue Community College, will create original music in a live looping session using songs inspired by or featured in the Rogue Reads selection Music is History by Questlove. Live looping involves recording, layering, and texturing tracks in real time to create a performance. Audience participation is invited, and there be discussion about how music evokes community, connection to history, and collective emotional meaning. A short Q&A will follow the performance with a chance for attendees to explore sounds in the live looping set-up. 

 

Rogue Reads: "Silent Disco" Dance Party, 13+ YRS 

Friday, February 10 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

You might think that libraries and dance parties wouldn’t go together. Well, think again! We’re going to DISCO the afternoon away — silently! Curious? We’ve curated a playlist with some of the best dance tracks of all time. Join us with your own mobile device, headphones, and funky attire, and we’ll take care of the rest: food, glowsticks, and an awesome dance party vibe. 

 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 15 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Friday, February 17 • 3:00-4:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Niagara Falls and the Erie Canal 

Friday, February 17 • 5:00-6:00 PM 

Dan and Carol Nielson will discuss the history and the majesty of Niagara Falls and the Erie Canal.  

 

Talent Library 

 

Take & Play: Learn to Play the Recorder, 8+ YRS 

Tuesday, February 7 • 10:00 AM-6:00 PM 

Pick up a kit with a recorder and an instructional booklet — yours to keep! 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Saturday, February 11 • 2:00-3:00 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads Take & Make: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Available starting Tuesday, February 21 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

White City Library 

 

Musical Art 

Saturday, February 11 • 1:30-2:30 PM 

Inspired by the work of Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, who expressed his interpretation of music through his art, participants will listen along to music and let it inspire their own masterpiece. 

 

Rogue Reads: Songs That Tell Stories, 5+ YRS 

Monday, February 13 • 3:30-4:30 PM 

West African drum rhythms are played for culturally significant events and purposes, and generally have an accompanying story. Hear stories and participate in making music with local storyteller and musician Laura Rich, percussionist with the Art Council of Southern Oregon. 

 

Rogue Reads: Musical Mobiles, 7+ YRS 

Wednesday, February 15 • 2:30-3:30 PM 

In Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan, there are many aspects to Amina that combine to make her who she is: family, friends, interests, beliefs, and community. Create a music-themed mobile that represents how these areas in your life come together to create who you are. Amina’s Voice is the Rogue Reads title for middle grade youth. 

 

Rogue Reads: Mini Macramé Wind Chime, 18+ YRS 

Monday, February 27 • 3:30-5:00 PM 

Make your space more musical with this beginner-friendly macramé project. 

 

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About Jackson County Library Services: 

The JCLS mission is to connect everyone to information, ideas, and each other. With 15 branches throughout the County, JCLS offers in-person and virtual programs, Take & Make kits, At Home Services for patrons who cannot come to the library, Outreach to Child Care, free internet access, 24-hour online resources, and a staff of experts. Patrons can browse the online catalog and curated staff booklists, subscribe to the Library Connect blog, and utilize readers advisory resources via an online form called JCLS Discovery. Learn more at jcls.org. 

 

Media Contact: Ryan Bradley, JCLS Marketing Manager rbradley@jcls.org | 541-734-3916



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