Art In The Library
Images of Central Oregon

Curtiss Abbott

November 2014
Community Room
Sisters Library

If you enjoy images of Central Oregon, from the Metolius to the McKenzie River, the Painted Hills to our own Black Butte Ranch, come to the Sisters Library Community to see the amazing photographs of Curtiss Abbott.

Curtiss Abbott’s interest in photography began with film and darkroom development and grew into the digital age. His images show his fine eye for composition and beauty in subjects that we ‘see’ every day. He has been photographing Central Oregon’s dramatic scenes and interesting subjects since 1985. Many of his images are taken at Black Butte Ranch, OR. His work is frequently displayed at local photography exhibits.

Endangered Birds of North America
by Douglas Beall

November 2014
Computer Room
Sisters Library

BirdsByDouglas Beall

If you love birds and care passionately about endangered species, you don’t want to miss this beautiful exposition of photographs by Douglas Beall of Camp Sherman.

“Many birds are in desperate need of protection as their habitat shrinks to mere scattered acres within close proximity of intense human development,” Beall said. “Global warming is looming as a severe test to management of wildlife resources, water levels and fossil fuels.”

Follow this link to read a fascinating story about Douglas Beall in the Statesman Journal:
Douglas Beall Story

It’s that time of year—

TimeToRenewTime to renew and join in for a swimmingly good time at the Sisters Library!

Renewal letters will be arriving in your mailbox soon. Please fill them out and get your renewal in soon. Yearly membership is a bargain-only $12 for an individual and $17 for family! You don’t want to miss all of the exciting events at the Sisters Library.

BooksDo 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.

Do you admire the works of Frank Lloyd Wright? FrankLoydWright

Then, boy do we have a deal for you. The Book Corner has a lot of Frank Lloyd Wright coffee table books and they are going for $1 each. Hurry in to get your copy.






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.