EBOOK CHECKOUTS The Lake Oswego Public Library invites the public to check out materials on their electronic devices. Patrons must make an individual appointment for Thursday, April 17 or 24, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., and bring their devices along.
FOOD AND CITIZENSHIP The Lake Oswego Public Library is hosting a free presentation by local poet and essayist Wendy Willis, who will speak on We Are What We Eat: Connecting Food and Citizenship as part of the Oregon Humanities Conversation Project. Willis will discuss the regional food culture and its connection to the community at large. The talk will take place on Tuesday, April 22, from 7 to 8 p.m.
TERWILLIGER SEWER The city of Portlands Terwilliger Boulevard sewer project has been delayed indefinitely to avoid conflict with other construction projects, specifically on Sellwood Bridge. The delay will definitely push the project out past summer.
NEW PLAYGROUND The Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department announced plans for a new playground at George Rogers Park. The previous playground was built in 1995, and has been removed in anticipation of the remodel, which will include a larger sandbox area and many climbing and spinning activities, as well as a new picnic shelter area. A grand opening of the playground is slated for June.
POLICE DRIVER TRAINING The Lake Oswego Police Department announced the end of its yearly Emergency Vehicle Operations Course, mandatory driver training to emphasize safety and decrease fatalities by traffic-related crashes, the number one on-the-job danger for law enforcement officials. All officers complete eight hours of braking, steering, collision avoidance and backing techniques, as well as pursuit intervention strategy practice.Add a comment