Oregon Trail Library District

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Who We Are

Our Mission

Oregon Trail Library District's mission is to meet the informational, cultural, and recreational needs of residents of the district with information resources on a broad variety of topics, in as many different formats as are appropriate, and from a wide variety of viewpoints through the development of local collections and links with other agencies.

Library Board Meetings

Time/place: Every third Wednesday of the month, 7pm in rotating locations of the district - Boardman, Heppner and Irrigon.

Board Members

  • Mary Jones
  • Bill Kuhn
  • Stephanie Loving - Vice Chair
  • Lisa Constantine

Library History

The Oregon Trail Library District was formed in 1992 to provide library services to the communities of Heppner and Boardman. In July 2000, the community of Irrigon joined the District. The Oregon Trail Library District is part of the Sage Library System which enables patrons to have access to more than one million items from over 70 libraries in Eastern Oregon including public, school, community college, and university libraries.

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Weather
Boardman
+56°F
Heppner
+48°F
Irrigon
+62°F

New Book List – June 2017

 

Fiction:

 

The Progeny - Tosca Lee

The Shadow Land - Elizabeth Kostova

One Perfect Lie - Lisa Scottoline

No Easy Target - Iris Johansen

The Fix - David Baldacci

House of Names - Colm Tóibín

We Were the Lucky Ones - Georgia Hunter

Miramar Bay - Davis Bunn

A Separation - Katie Kitamura

Celine - Peter Heller

Two from the Heart - James Patterson

The Burial Hour - Jeffrey Deaver 

Non-Fiction:

 

Build Your Own Beekeeping Equipment - Tony Pisano

Stanley Plumbing: A Homeowner’s Guide - Steve Cory

The Best We Could Do - Thi Bui