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Horner Papers

The Horner Papers : all 1500 pages, word searchable.  Explore Wallowa County via Harlan Horner.

2021 BINGO

BINGO

We are here at the library

Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Saturday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Are you ready to have some fun during these short dark days ahead?

PLAY LIBRARY BINGO !!

Bingo for Adults,

Bingo for kids,

Bingo for pre-schoolers

Prizes for everyone.

Get a bingo win a prize.

Get a blackout win a BIG prize.

 Interested?

Pick up your bingo card in the entry way of the library during regular hours.

Download the bingo card from the libraries web page or facebook page.

Call or e-mail and we will send one to you via USPS.

Finish up one card, get the next one. You can play as much or as little as you want.

Questions: Call 541-426-3906 or

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Prizes for pre-schoolers

Books, puppets, early learning toys

Prizes for kids

Books, small toys

Science labs, telescope, walking dinosaurs, etc

Prizes for Adults

Book marks Buckskin bucks

Begins January 1, 2021

 

Library Bingo Cards


Name:_______________________________________Adult

 

 

Read to a child

 

 

 

Check out a

book

from the

library

Read to a pet

Give someone a compliment

How many copies of “The Red Tent” are available in Wallowa Co.

 

 

Check the weather

 

 

 

Tell someone about

a book you like.

Read the local paper

Click a link under the “Library Links” @

enterpriseoregon.org

Make something you have never made before

Find Legal Information reference center on the Library’s web page.

enterpriseoregon.org

 

Think of five words that mean lovely

FREE SPACE

Visit your account on Sagecat and verify your e-mail address

Be thankful

 

Let staff at the library know how you feel about this card.

 

 

 

Topic of Woman’s Club, Enterprise Record Cheiftain April 12, 1928

enterpriselibrary.advantage-preservation.com

Get the next BINGO

Sheet

#2

Research Homestead claims @

wallowahistory.org

Play a game

 

 

 

Read a magazine

 

 

Solve a puzzle

Pat yourself on the back!

Tell someone a story

Which link on the library’s web page helps you build math skills

 

 


 

Name:______________________________________KID

 

 

Read to someone older than you

 

 

 

Check out a

book

from the

library

Read to a pet

or stuffed animal

Read from a magazine or newspaper

Read by flashlight

 

Read to a relative over the phone

 

 

Tell someone about

a book you like.

Read the local paper

Read to someone younger than you

Read a non- fiction book

Read a fiction book

 

Think of five animals people have for pets

FREE SPACE

Draw a picture about a book you read

Be thankful

 

 

Name five vegetables

 

Read aloud in a silly voice

Get the next BINGO

Sheet

#2

Read or write a poem

Play a game

 

 

Tell someone Happy New Year

 

 

What building is at 101 NE 1st St.

Enterprise

Pat yourself on the back!

Tell someone a story

Make a fort and read in it.


 

Name:__________________________________Preschool

 

 

Have an adult read to you

 

 

 

Enjoy a snack

Bounce a ball

Find something that is the color red

Make a drawing with a circle and a square

 

Count the number of people in your family

 

Tell someone about

a book you like

Smell something good

Sing a song

Look out the window and tell someone about the weather

Learn to stand on your head or do a summersault

 

Think of five animals people have for pets

 

FREE SPACE

Tell someone your name

Find something that is the color green

 

 

Name five vegetables

 

Color a picture

Get the next BINGO

Sheet

#2

Tell someone Thank you

Play a game

 

 

Tell someone Happy New Year

 

 

Hop on one foot

Pat yourself on the back!

Tell someone a story

Have a kid read to you

Wallowa History Center

Wallowa History Center https://www.wallowahistory.org/research-tools Connecting people with the story of Wallowa County.

Ready 2 Learn

Ready2Learn (visit our website)

What if a solid start in school was as easy as using a special library card?

Oregon is piloting an inventive plan to boost school readiness that harnesses the power of the public library. The program’s driving force is the Ready to Learn library card. The card has an extra gear to help parents get their children into school with skills they need to excel. By the time they graduate, the children will have amassed a modest college savings account.

Read more: Ready 2 Learn

Library2Go

library2go-logoLibrary2Go is a downloadable audiobook and ebook service provided by Libraries of Eastern Oregon (LEO) Listens, and the Oregon Digital Library Consortium. Several public libraries cooperated to create LEO Listens, sharing costs and pooling resources, in order to better serve their patrons and participate in the Oregon Digital Library Consortium.

LearningExpress Library

 

LearningExpress Library™ with Computer Skills offers more than 800 academic and career-oriented online practice tests, interactive skill-building tutorials and e-Books.

  • Basic skills improvement for all ages in reading, writing and math
  • Complete GED test preparation
  • College and graduate school admissions test preparation
  • Licensing and certification test prep for careers in Civil Service, CDL, EMT, Dental Assistant, Police Officer, Allied Health, and many more
  • English language proficiency and US Citizenship test prep
  • Job and workplace skills improvement

Also available from Learning Express are our Computer Skills courses!

These interactive tutorials will take your computer skills to the next level, while allowing you to learn at your own pace.

Please take advantage of our Librarian Resources for the LearningExpress Library with Computer Skills by going directly to: Learning Express

Register to set up your personal account.

LearningExpress-Personal-Success-Skills-Flyer.pdf

Gale Databases

Gale Databases  Check out the database of magazines and newspapers online.

password: enterprise

See the new and improved Gale Databases with National Geographic interactive programs for children.

Legal Information Reference Center

NOLO self-help legal publications give you an overview of legal subject matter that affects you and your family.  Legal forms are searchable and linked to Oregon State/County Court websites.

http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=custuid&custid=ns134741&profile=lirc

 User ID: Wallowa

Password: Oregon

This link provided by State of Oregon Law Library