Baker County Library

Baker County Library
Baker County Library is listed in the Libraries category in Baker City, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Baker County Library which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Baker County Library on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Contact information for Baker County Library is:
2400 Resort St
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 523-6419
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Baker County Library District shared Vroom's photo.
Vroom Tip Tuesday!
Happy Vroom Tip Tuesday! The grocery store can be a great place to build your child's brain on the go. Give him/her a banana and an apple to hold. “Which is heavier? Which is larger? Which is softer?” You can do in any aisle. Or even in any store! Brainy Background: Games like these help your child to think like a scientist because he/she is observing the world around him/her and making guesses about how things compare or fit together. Repeat the game a few times with different foods for him/her to compare. Remember, repetition is how we learn! Find more tips like this on the free Daily Vroom app!

Baker County Library District shared their event.
Tomorrow's STORYTIME program is all about the BIG ECLIPSE of 2017 with SPECIAL GUEST author/illustrator NANCY COFFELT! Be sure to bring the little ones for extra fun, learning and Big Eclipse book prizes of their very own, thanks to Libraries of Eastern Oregon (LEO) . #eclipse2017 #eclipse #solareclipse #totality2017
Baker County Public Library is pleased to host children's book author/illustrator Nancy Coffelt on April 26 2017 at 10:00 am for a special story time about the upcoming solar eclipse. The August 21st total eclipse is going to be an amazing spectacle and a fantastic opportunity to engage kids in observational science. At this free event for children, Nancy will showcase her book THE BIG ECLIPSE being used by schools and libraries all over Oregon. We'll talk about how eclipses work, discuss why it's important to "Be Wise, Protect Your Eyes", and do a fun craft around this rare astronomical event. Participants will also receive materials to take home to learn even more about the eclipse. Nancy Coffelt is the author and illustrator of many books, including two previous picture books about space science: DOGS IN SPACE and DOGS IN SPACE: THE GREAT SPACE DOGHOUSE. Her books have won numerous awards including Kirkus "Best Of", ALA Notable Book, and the Boston Globe/Horn Book Honor Award. She lives, writes, and draws in Baker City, Oregon. This program is made possible by Baker County Library District with sponsorship from @[143954505273:274:Libraries of Eastern Oregon (LEO)] and @[229944963718518:274:ArtPlaceAmerica].
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Baker County Library District updated their cover photo.
Alkali Layke will make appearances at Baker County Public Library on Saturday, May 6 as part of Free Comic Book Day. Visitors will be able to meet/greet Ally, take photos and purchase her cosplay prints. A more detailed time schedule will be posted at the library that morning. See full FCBD ITINERARY at ABOUT ALLY Alkali Layke got her start in Cosplay after appearing at a convention as a Special Effects Makeup artist. She still does special effects for short films and commercials when not jet-setting across the country to geekfests and comic conventions. Ally considers herself an “equal opportunity geek”, because she regularly geeks out on a multitude of fandoms. Although she prides herself on her 90’s Saturday cartoon knowledge, she’s also a HUGE Star Wars fan, loves X-Men, Game of Thrones, Batman, and anything on the SyFy channel. Ally’s most popular cosplays include WonderFETT (a mashup of BobaFett and WonderWoman), Harley Quinn, Dark Phoenix, SheRa Princess of Power, HarleyPOOL (another mashup), and many more! She is also the proud LadyBOSS of a company called Level40Two, a monthly Cosplay Fan Box.

Baker County Library District shared NPR's post.
When people share "must read" or "books that changed my life" lists, Zen & the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance is often included.
"The book is brilliant beyond belief," wrote Morrow editor James Landis before publication. "It is probably a work of genius and will, I'll wager, attain classic status."
Zen was published by William Morrow in 1974, after being rejected by 121 publishing houses. The book has endured as a work of popular philosophy, and inspired many a road trip across the West.

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