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By , 10/13/2014

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Board Game Costume Party for Adults

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By , 10/11/2014


Friday, October 24th at 7 p.m.


Put on your Halloween costume and come to the library for a special spooky edition of the library’s monthly Tabletop Game Night for adults. Featuring horror-themed board games and light refreshments, this event is for adults and teens only. No previous game experience is required.owlmoon

Spooky Stories

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By , 10/22/2014


October 30th

For all ages 4-5pm
Tickle your scary bone with spooky stories from around the world! Local storyteller Abbie Anderson brings family-friendly scares for audiences young and old.

Adults and Teens 7-8pm
Abbie Anderson returns to curdle your blood and rattle your bones, with gruesome tales of fear and doom! Suitable for adults and teens; not recommended for children under 10, or anyone prone to nightmares.


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By , 02/26/2014

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Coos Bay Public Library is offering a free monthly workshop! Drop in any time prior to last fifteen minutes & get assistance downloading eBooks and audiobooks to your device or portable computer. Everyone’s welcome!

You will need:

  • Valid library card.
  • Device or computer with wireless access to the internet (you can use the library’s network).  Note: If you are using any type of Kindle device, you will need an Amazon account.
  • Valid email address.

Come in for help getting started or troubleshooting specific issues! There will be no lecture or class but a staff person will be available to help you practice using this resource.

  • Monday October 27, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (Cedar Room)

Forever Young Adult Book Club

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By , 04/08/2014

Forever Young Adult

18+ book group for fans of young adult literature

Imaginary Girls cover

Monday, November 3rd

6:30 p.m.

Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma

Place your hold here!

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