The Owyhee River Journals - Upcoming Events
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CPO-10 Washington County, OR Presents The Owyhee River Journals
Join writer Bonnie Olin for a richly-illustrated journey into the canyonlands of the Owyhee River in Nevada, Idaho and Oregon. This informative talk, and multi-media presentation is based on her book, with photographs by Mike H. Quigley, created over many years of travel in the canyons together. Free Owyhee informational handouts and books for sale, will be available before and after the event. For more information you may contact Andy at (503) 887-9601
Florence Festival of Books
Bonnie Olin will have a table at the Florence Festival of Books. Stop by and say hello! This will be her first event in two years, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. All participants and attendees will be required to wear masks.
Seaside Public Library
For more information contact the library at (503)738-6742
Fern Ridge Library
For more information contact the library at (541) 935-7512
Monmouth Public Library
For more information, contact the library at (503) 838-1932.
Campbell Community Center
For more information contact the Campbell Community Center at (541) 682-5318, or see their Fall 2019 Recreation Guide, page 10.
Philomath Community Library
For more information contact the library at (541) 929-3016
Willamette University’s Sustainability Institute
This special event was scheduled over two nights to allow members of Oregon’s legislative session more than one opportunity to attend. Faculty and students of Willamette University, as well as the general public are also invited. This is a multi-media, non-partisan event, intended to inform the audience of the rugged beauty and diversity of the region called the Owyhee, by way of story, in a richly illustrated program.
This event will be held in the Deer Creek Room. For further questions, contact the library’s Outreach Specialist at 541-492-7052. Click here for a link to the library’s web page.
This is a closed event to residents of this community and their guests. Contact Tracey Poupa (541) 636-3329