Sisters is Gonna ‘Have a Waggin’ Good Time
Saturday August 15th 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

dogartFor online registration click here

Saturday, August 15th is a day for the dogs. Come out and bring your favorite canine-bring them all-to the Sisters Doggie Dash Run/Walk and Festival starting at 9 am at Village Green City Park. Friends of the Sisters Library has partnered with Furry Friends Foundation to host a fun event for the entire family that includes 5 Dog Contests. The Contests include Best Hair, Best Costume, Best Trick, Doggie Pie Eating, and Look Alike Contest. Bend Agility is setting up a full course and demonstrating amazing dog agility. The Greyhound Pets of America and several Humane Societies are coming. For more information click here.

Art in the Library for August 1 – September 15

Featured at Sisters Library Community Room:
“Super Heroes” and “Super Animals.” The Summer Reading Program inspired art by kids of all ages! See what fun things Sisters kids have been working on when school is out.
In the Computer Room: “Off the Wall.” Art on loan from members of the Friends of Sisters Library Art Committee.
In the Display Cases: “Sisters Folk Festival” 20th Anniversary!

Volunteers Needed

Do you love books? Are you one of those people who love to hold books, take them from a shelf, put them onto a shelf, just admire their beauty? Then we have the volunteer opportunity for you. The Friends of Sisters Library Book Corner could use some more volunteers. We’re not asking for much-just a few fun-filled hours per month spending your time with—-BOOKS!!

The Sisters Library Book Corner is open on Tuesday and Saturday from1-3 pm.

Our Mission

The purpose of the Friends of the Sisters Library shall be to maintain an association of persons interested in libraries; to stimulate the use of the library’s resources and services; to receive and encourage gifts and endowments and bequests to the library; to support and cooperate with the library in developing library services and facilities for the community; to encourage partnerships between the library and the community in educational endeavors; and to support the freedom to read as expressed in the American Library Association’s Bill of Rights.