Celebrate Apollo! July 16
Sherman County History Tidbits: Where is it?
What’s Coming Up at Sherman County Public/School Library
In The Time Before You Say Goodbye To Those You Love
“How is this controversial? Asking about citizenship? It’s a question that has nothing to do with race at all. It’s about who is American and who is not. … Erasing our history, our sense of who we are, is making it easier to turn America into just kind of another member of a globalist superstate. Europeans sacrificed their identities years ago on the altar of globalism when they formed the European Union. And look at what it got them.” —Laura Ingraham
1. Celebrate Apollo! July 16
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first landing of a human on the moon, Troy Carpenter from the Goldendale Observatory, will give a talk about the mission followed by a high definition showing of the newly released documentary film Apollo 11.
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Goldendale Library, Camplan Community Room
Sponsored by Friends of the Goldendale Community Library and Goldendale Observatory.
2. Sherman County History Tidbits: Where is it?
Sherman County History Tidbits. You will find some amazing public art on the route of the Journey Through Time. It is a story of Sherman County in concrete. It’s the work of a remarkable collaboration… Oregon Department of Transportation, a city, a museum and an artist. It’s a perfectly pleasant place to enjoy a picnic. Where is it?
3. What’s Coming Up at Sherman County Public/School Library
The Library is open BREAK Hours
11am-7pm Tuesday and Thursday
A UNIVERSE OF STORIES
SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Tuesdays in July at 11am
Library After Hours
Every Wednesday this summer 6pm-8pm
Grades 7-12 (entering)
Movies, Games, Food, Crafts, Music, Hang Out.
If you need a ride, please email Abbey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the library at 541-565-3279 and we will try and arrange it.
Book Club – July18 at 6pm
The Story of Arthur Truluv
4. In The Time Before You Say Goodbye To Those You Love
He was departing on a cruise to celebrate his 70th birthday and we’d unexpectedly caught him a few minutes before leaving port. I could hear steel drums behind him as he excitedly talked about the trip ahead.We briefly shared stories of the Halloween costumes the kids had just picked out at the store, wished him a great time and happy birthday, and told him we loved him and would talk to him in a few days. He went to dinner with my mom and other relatives, explored the ship for a bit—then went to bed and never woke up. Just like that, our time together here was over. Forty-four years would have to be enough for me. It wasn’t… … … Continue here: https://johnpavlovitz.com/2019/06/06/in-the-time-before-you-say-goodbye-to-them/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=facebook_page&utm_medium=John+Pavlovitz&fbclid=IwAR3Y5fsOKnKcVXycNBrLOGnlYD82MvwBp7kNYt3t3pcXLwA10qlsXFW43rE