The Friends of the Forest Grove Library are happy to present our new season of cultural programs. They will be held on the first Thursday of each month, September through May, at 7:00 PM in the Rogers Room of the City Library, 2114 Pacific Avenue–exceptions noted below.
All the programs are free and open to the public.
October 7 Two Jazz Guitars
October 28 A bonus program, begins at 6:30 PM “Early Humans in Southeastern Oregon” Dr. Dennis Jenkins, Chief Archeologist, University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History, focuses on his cave excavations in Oregon’s high desert.
November 4 “2014 Prelude to 2016 — Do Elections Make a Difference?” Political discussion with Professor Emeritus Russ Dondero. Held in the Forest Grove Community Auditorium due to book sale set-up at the Library.
December 2 “From Bach to Rock — A History of Modern Music” Musician and teacher Paul Anthony Rademacher speaks about the evolution of Western music and plays selections.
January 6 “History of Theatre in Oregon” Darrell Jabin presents a history of the dramatic arts in our state.
February 3 Harmony Masters Barbershop will entertain with history and sampling of small group vocalists who specialize in four-part harmony.
March 3 Forest Grove Conversations — “Privacy: Choices, Challenges and Consequences” What is the standpoint of privacy in the modern world?
April 7 Pacific University Musicians — A variety of student musicians will perform.
May 19 Young at Heart Readers’ Theatre will feature plans and skits especially developed for readers’ theatre. Sure to be fun and entertaining (not the first Tuesday in order to avoid conflict with Friends spring used book sale).