Upcoming Programs at Tigard Library

Native American Storytelling with Ed Edmo
Native American Storytelling with Ed Edmo

In-person or online, Tigard Public Library has books, media, and programs for the whole family! Curbside holds pick-up is still available for those who prefer a no-contact service. A full list of Library events can be found at tigard-or.gov/library.

Writing Your Obsessions: Unlock the Secret to Inspired Writing with Katherine Quevedo 

Monday, March 28 | 6:30-7:45 p.m.
Virtual program | Adults

Join local author Katherine Quevedo for a presentation on finding inspiration to write in a time of tumult and uncertainty. Born near Portland, Oregon, Katherine is a writer of poetry, science fiction, and horror, and her works have appeared in a variety of publications including Best Indie Speculative Fiction, Writer’s Digest, and the website of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Visit the library website to register.
Program presented in partnership with Friends of the Tigard Library.

Climate Champions Storytime

Saturday, April 9 | 11-11:45 a.m.
Virtual program | Kids & Families

Conservation is in the spotlight this month, and our teen volunteers want to show your kids what it means to be Climate Champions with songs, rhymes, and stories! Register now for this special story time celebration. Sign up on the library website or call the Children’s Reference Desk at 503-718-2656.
Program presented in partnership with Friends of the Tigard Library.

Native American Storytelling with Ed Edmo

Sunday, April 10 | 2-3 p.m.
Virtual program | All Ages

Join Native storyteller Ed Edmo (Dhoshone-Bannock, Nez Perce, Yakama) and his puppet friends Dash’ka’yah and “Old Man Coyote” as they share Native American legends. Visit the library website to register.
Program presented in partnership with Friends of the Tigard Library.

Teen Game Night 

Thursday, April 14 | 5-7 p.m.
Virtual Program | Teens in grades 6-12 

Join us for this Jackbox of delights! All you’ll need is an internet connection and a sense of humor. Visit the library website to register.

Traditional Native American Plants of the Willamette Valley 

Sunday, April 24 | 2-3 p.m.
Virtual program | Adults & Teens

Learn about traditional Native American food plants of the Willamette Valley as well as other plants used for tools, weaving and medicine from Stephanie Craig (Wood), Santiam and Yoncalla Kalapuya tribal member. Stephanie is a Traditional Basket Weaver who grew up listening to her mother, her Chich (Grandmother in Chinuk Wawa) and aunties telling stories of her family’s weaving and their weaving traditions. She has an interdisciplinary Masters of Arts degree within Cultural Anthropology, Museum Studies and Folklore. Visit the library website to register. Program presented in partnership with Friends of the Tigard Library.