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WINSTON — In a normal year, a variety of musicians would have visited Riverbend Park throughout the summer for the 23rd year of Riverbend Live! But 2020 wasn’t a normal year, requiring the organization to think outside the box after canceling its entire season.

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Roseburg Public Library has been selected as one of 200 libraries to participate in Libraries Transforming Communities: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries, an American Library Association (ALA) initiative that helps library workers better serve their small and rural communities.

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Roseburg Public Library is here to help with new books that cover nearly every New Year’s resolution. Log onto the library catalog at roseburg.biblionix.com using your library card number (no spaces); your default password is your phone number (10 digits; no spaces). Drive-up pickup continue…

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Oct. 30-Nov. 6 Roseburg Cinemas, 1750 NW Hughwood Court. 541-672-7272. www.roseburgcinemas.com

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When it became apparent that 2020 was not going to be a normal school year, Roseburg High School theatre teacher Christina Moroney knew she had to adapt. Thankfully, the theatre community was also in the midst of embracing the same sort of changes, as writers began creating plays or altering…

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I love talking about books. One of the best parts of my work is chatting with fellow bibliophiles about the titles and authors that capture their attention, and I enjoy nothing more than adding to my to-be-read list.

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In a year with nothing to do, 14-year-old Peyton Fisher never expected to receive a phone call asking him to participate in an upcoming production with Umpqua Actors Community Theatre, but come Friday, he will take the stage with seven other Douglas County youth in “Broadway Bound.”

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Roseburg Public Library’s Summer Reading Program for adults focused on connecting readers through a Facebook group, and it was such a success that we will continue using the platform to discuss books and authors.

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Oftentimes fall is the season in which the heavy-hitting books are published, those destined for major awards. This year, however, I predict several summer releases I have read will receive accolades.

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Thank you for the wonderful feedback on Roseburg Public Library’s StoryWalk. We love hearing from families that read “Bubble Trouble,” written by Margaret Mahy and illustrated by Polly Dunbar, at Stewart and Fir Grove parks.