Come experience Winter Lights each night from December 4 - January 3 at 5 locations throught the City. The sites will be glowing from 4:30pm-10:30pm. Download the Beaverton Winter Lights Activity Book and enjoy the original contect created by Beaverton City Library staff.
Use the power of music to have fun while learning! A great way to enrich your child’s musical development, in your own home and on your own time! 15 minute sing-along lessons including instructions to create your own musical instrument.
Art can help kids of all ages practice both fine and gross motor skills, foster independence and self expression, and gives children an opportunity to learn about new and exciting concepts in creative ways!
Message Garden: Come and share your message of hope, inspiration and purpose!
These Message Gardens are - painted rock gardens - (see pictures here) where families, friends and community members can share their thoughts in support of racial justice and other socially relevant themes.
Additionally, we are offering the opportunity to host small groups of families or friends, so if you have a group that is interested in having a small rock painting party, email us and we can get that set up. It is an excellent way to promote team building for your workplace or just a fun way to meet in a safe and open space while delivering our messages of support and solidarity. (**we are following physical distancing rules and other preventive measures**).
With more people looking to be able to become self-sufficient by growing their own food, we thought it would be helpful to provide content that helps our patrons gain the knowledge they need to get started planting their own gardens regardless of their housing situation. Sharing article links and post tutorial videos that teach the community what they need to know to grow gardens in their backyards, porches, or even inside their houses/apartments. Patrons could be encouraged to share their experience planting and growing their gardens on social media via hashtag like #thprdgarden or #thillsgarden
Join stimulating small group conversations to explore issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. Experience the same enthusiasm as a regular attendee to the Online Age Cafe as she exclaimed, "I so look forward to these discussions as they are meaningful and thought-provoking."
The Online Age Cafe is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services.
July 16 at 2 pm: Discussion of Shadow Divers by Robert Kurson
August 20 at 2 pm: Discussion of Becoming by Michelle Obama
Please email Jeff Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating.
Estate & Will Planning During this pandemic we have come to the realization that many people are scared and are wanting to get their estate plans and Wills in order, but just do not know where to start. So what we did is, we put together a short video to address some of these issues. Here’s the link: https://www.rbsllc.com/online-estate-planning
Join us for a weekly photo challenge during the month of May. Each Friday a new challenge will be posted. Participants will have until the following Thursday to post photos for that weeks challenge. Post photos on Facebook and Instagram and tag @THPRD for a chance to be features on our virtual recreation page or Facebook page. Good Luck!
Week 1 Challenge: Landscapes/Cityscapes
Week 2 Challenge: People or Pets
Week 3 Challenge: Use household objects to recreate a famous piece of art
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