Get in the Festive Spirit with Exciting December Programs at the Deschutes Public Library
Experience an array of exciting and festive events this December at the Deschutes Public Library. From music performances to hands-on workshops, there’s something for everyone to enjoy during the holiday season. Best of all, all of these programs are free and open to the public.
If you’re in the mood for a heartwarming holiday story, don’t miss the free preview night of Cricket Daniel’s „The Night Before The Night Before Christmas.” Join Lou as she tries to restore her Christmas spirit in the St. Nick of time. Doors open at 7:00 p.m., so make sure to arrive early to secure your spot.
Music lovers will be treated to performances by local musicians Lilli Worona and Mike Biggers. Lilli Worona, a talented fiddle player and singer/songwriter, will captivate you with her deeply personal lyrics. Mike Biggers, on the other hand, will entertain you with songs that reflect everyday life.
For those seeking a more traditional musical experience, the Redmond Community Choir will be showcasing their holiday songs in preparation for their upcoming „Sounds of the Season” concert. Expect a delightful mix of contemporary and traditional arrangements, with a few sing-alongs thrown in for good measure.
Calling all adventurers! Code Knights presents a Minecraft STEM event like no other. Bring your laptop, tablet, or gaming device and get ready for an exhilarating journey through the Minecraft universe. This event is intended for youth ages 10-14 and requires registration.
In addition to the music performances and Minecraft adventure, you can also enjoy the melodic sounds of the Sisters Jazz Choir, the 27th Street Brass Quintet, and the Dove String Quartet. Each group brings its own unique style to the holiday season, creating a harmonious atmosphere wherever they perform.
For those looking to learn something new, there are workshops on wreath-making, festive cookies and bars, Dutch Iris paper-folding technique for holiday cards, and even a cocoa making and tasting session. These hands-on activities are not only fun but also provide a unique opportunity to create personalized holiday decorations and gifts.
Join the Deschutes Public Library this December and immerse yourself in the holiday spirit. For more information about these programs, including registration details, visit the library’s website at www.deschuteslibrary.org. Contact Liz Goodrich at [email protected] or 541-312-1032 for any accommodations or accessibility needs.
1. Are the events at Deschutes Public Library free?
– Yes, all of the programs mentioned in the article are free and open to the public.
2. What is „The Night Before The Night Before Christmas” about?
– „The Night Before The Night Before Christmas” is a heartwarming holiday story about Lou trying to restore her Christmas spirit in the St. Nick of time.
3. Who are Lilli Worona and Mike Biggers?
– Lilli Worona is a talented fiddle player and singer/songwriter, while Mike Biggers is a musician who performs songs reflecting everyday life.
4. What can I expect from the Redmond Community Choir’s performance?
– The Redmond Community Choir will showcase their holiday songs in preparation for their upcoming „Sounds of the Season” concert. The performance will have a mix of contemporary and traditional arrangements, with sing-alongs included.
5. Can children participate in the Minecraft STEM event?
– The Minecraft STEM event is intended for youth ages 10-14. Participants need to bring their own laptops, tablets, or gaming devices and register for the event.
6. What other musical groups will perform at Deschutes Public Library?
– Other musical groups performing include the Sisters Jazz Choir, 27th Street Brass Quintet, and the Dove String Quartet. Each group has their own unique style for the holiday season.
7. What types of workshops are available at Deschutes Public Library?
– Workshops on wreath-making, festive cookies and bars, Dutch Iris paper-folding technique for holiday cards, and cocoa making and tasting are available.
1. STEM: An acronym for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, referring to an interdisciplinary approach to education that combines these four subjects.
2. Sing-along: A session or event where people sing together, usually following along with lyrics that are provided.
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