Looking to dress up a table or countertop for spring, a special event, or just to enjoy every day? Then join us for our first Sew What?! Project. You provide the 2 coordinating cotton fabrics that fit your décor. If possible, bring your sewing machine. The library will provide the remaining sewing machines, the pattern, instruction and plenty of fun.
This project is basic enough for those who need practice sewing straight lines. If you haven’t used a sewing machine before, we will do our best to help you.
For beginners ages 9 (with adult helper) to adult.
Space is limited. Please check supply list before registering.
Register online or by calling 835-3656.
Give your input for future directions for Wisconsin's Digital Library’s collection. The survey will be open through February 11th.
The survey takes only a couple minutes to complete: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DC2016patron
The Oregon Public Library (OPL) Board of Trustees will be considering your input
Libraries throughout South Central Library System (SCLS) are looking at applying for E-Rate Funding through the Federal Government as a way to keep technology costs down. To be eligible, the library would need to filter its internet in compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), implement an “Acceptable Use Policy”, and hold a public meeting to discuss said filtering and policy.
A public meeting is scheduled to discuss internet filtering and accompanying policy:
Library Board Meeting on Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at 5 p.m.
in the Sue Ames Room at Oregon Public Library.
Please consider attending the scheduled meeting (listed above) to share your perspective. You may also contact a member of the Library Board of Trustees or Nikki Busch, Library Director, (firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-835-2322) any time before the meeting.
Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC) is the most comprehensive collection of automobile repair reference information and contains repair and maintenance information on most major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles. New repair procedures, TSBs and updates are added to the product on a regular basis.
All of the content in ARRC has been created by ASE certified technicians.
ARRC Content/Features Include:
Repair and maintenance information on thousands of domestic and imported vehicles from 1954 to present
Millions of drawings and step-by-step photographs
Thousands of technical service bulletins and recalls issued by the original equipment vehicle manufacturer
Enhanced wiring diagrams for easy viewing and printing
Specifications & maintenance schedules
Labor Time Guide & Estimator
Video overviews of auto systems with AutoIQ
Quick Tips (a complete guide to vehicle ownership & maintenance)