The Charbonneau Villager Newspaper 2018 April Villager - Page 20

Page 20 April 2018 Library Happenings Wilsonville Public Library greg martin Hello Library Pals, As our construction intensifies, spring is in the air . . . my hope is it will be a joyous one for you and yours. As for us, June (and the end of construction noise) can't come soon enough! Free Tax Help (at the Li- brary): Saturdays, April 7 and 14 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Wilsonville Library. A retired, Certified Public Accountant vol- unteer (plus a sidekick) will be at the Library ready to answer your questions and/or help you fill out your tax forms. Please bring all of your necessary documentation and your 2017 tax records. For more information, contact the Reference Desk at 503-682-2744. English as a Second Lan- guage (ESL) Class (at Parks & Rec): Saturdays, April 7, 14, 21 and 28 at 11 am at the Parks & Recreation Administration Building. Free class in reading and writing English as a Second Language (ESL). Classes will be taught by Jose Solis, a native Spanish speaker who is fluent in English. Native speakers of all languages and all levels of Eng- lish competency are welcome to join the class and practice vocab- ulary, reading, writing and speak- ing. Book Club (at the Community Center): Thursday, April 12 at 6 pm at the Community Center (Classrooms 2 & 3). This month, we’re reading Last Bus to Wis- dom by Ivan Doig. The Book Club meets monthly for informal discussion. Join fellow readers for lively and thought-provok- ing conversation about excellent books. Books to be discussed are available for check out - just ask at the Circulation Desk. Book Notes Concert (at the Community Center): Satur- FEATURED LISTING 7197 SW Lake Bluff CT Wilsonville, OR 97070 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Over Looking the Tee Box of the 5th Hole 2 Master Suites High Ceilings 3 Car Garage 2,284 SQFT Offered at: $575,000 Contact us to find out about this house and others in your Neighborhood. CHARBONNEAU TEAM Lisa Willett Broker, Licensed in Oregon Phone: (503)-318-7585 Mark Willett Assistant to Lisa Willett Phone: (503)-348-1008 Hasson Company | 31840 SW Charbonneau Dr. Suite B P: (503) 694-6700 | F: (503) 694-6702 www.charbonneaucountryclub.com day, April 14 at 2 pm at the Com- munity Center (Multi-purpose Room). The Library is pleased to present musical performances by local musicians. This concert series is presented by the Wil- sonville Friends of the Library. This month, we present Carolee and Romeo, an acoustic duo who perform Irish traditional and con- temporary songs on dulcimer and guitar. Genealogy Club (at City Hall): Monday, April 16 at 1 pm in the Council Chambers. Dis- cover new genealogical resources and tools, discuss personal re- search and goals and learn from experienced genealogists at monthly meetings. Open to sea- soned genealogists and beginners. Great Books Discussion Group (at City Hall): Tuesday, April 17 at 6 pm in the Arrow- head Creek Room. Interested in philosophy and the big questions of life? Please join us each month for a round-table discussion of how modern-day issues are re- flected and illuminated by the great Western classic books. This month, we’re reading William Shakespeare’s The Tempest. History Pub (at Wilsonville McMenamins Old Church): Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 pm at the Wilsonville McMenamins' Old Church. The Wilsonville Public Library Foundation, the Wilsonville/Boones Ferry His- torical Society and McMenamins have teamed up to present month- ly programs focusing on Oregon's rich history. This month, we’ll be present- ing “About Wine and Whiskey in the Wild West” by Ken and Kris Bilderback. This program trac- es the pivotal role that the battle over alcohol has played in Or- egon’s history and is replete with remarkable stories from Oregon’s pioneer history.