Upcoming Programs at Tualatin Library

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String Theory Concert Series

Sundays, 2-3 pm

Join us this November for a concert series around the hearth at Tualatin Public Library. This series will feature three separate artists, each performing a different stringed instrument.

  • Nov. 6: Yumi Torimaru, playing the Japanese 3-string lute, the shamisen.
  • Nov. 13: Sean Gaskell, playing the West African kora
  • Nov. 20: Peter Fletcher, playing the classical guitar

The entire month of November is Dinovember at Tualatin Public Library. Swing by and enjoy a whole series of dinosaur-related events and crafts.

Nov. 1st – 30th: Detect the Dinos – stop by the information desk for your Dinosaur Tracker, a scavenger hunt that will take you all over the children’s area to find prehistoric treasures!

Nov. 1st – 30th: Document the Dinos – share a photo of your dinosaurs and their delightful antics or take a picture of our dinosaurs doing daffy deeds around the library. The first fifty people who mail us a photo at tualatinlibrary@gmail.com will receive a dino swag bag!

Nov. 1st – 30th: Makerspace Project – Dinosaur Stuffy. Come in all month long during our Makerspace Open Lab hours and learn how to hand sew a dinosaur stuffy out of felt, use our 3D printers to make dinosaur figurines, and make dinosaur-themed buttons. For all ages.

Makerspace Open Labs are held on the following weekly schedule:

  • Sundays: 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
  • Tuesdays: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm 
  • Thursdays: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm 
  • Saturdays: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm 

Nov. 6th – 13th: Deduce the Dinos – From November 6 through November 13, our Lobby Display Case will be overrun by dinosaurs. You need to count them! Enter your guess at the Information Desk. The closest guess will a fabulous dinosaur prize!

Nov. 16th: Crafternoon Dino Adventures – Celebrate DINOVEMBER in this program with dino activities and dino crafts. It will be DINO-TASTIC and ROAR-TACULAR! For children in kindergarten through 4th grade. Held in the Makerspace.