Used media sale: April 8th

Used media sale The Friends of the Tualatin Library will host a Used Media ONLY sale Saturday, April 8, from 10 am to 3 pm in the Tualatin Public Library’s lobby. An avalanche of recent donations means a great selection of used DVDs (movies, documentaries, foreign language films, and kids); audiobooks (CDs and MP3s) and hundreds of CDs of every musical genre.

Prices range from 50 cents to $2, or as marked for some special DVDs. We invite you to come early for the best selection.

The Library is located at 18878 SW Martinazzi Ave. in Tualatin.

Bob Dylan tribute by Ronnie Robins at the library

Ronnie RobinsSinger/songwriter/guitarist Ronnie Robins will perform a tribute to the legendary Bob Dylan at the library on Sunday, March 26th at 2 pm. For the past 20 years, Ronnie has performed extensively as a solo artist and with his band, playing an eclectic assortment of styles. He’ll focus on Dylan’s musical library for this program. In addition to performing, Ronnie also teaches guitar lessons in his home studio and other locations.

This concert will be free for all ages near the library fireplace hearth. Ronnie’s performance will be the latest installment of the library’s Sunday Music Series and supported by a Friends of Tualatin Library donation.

Anandi to perform at the library

AnandiJazz singer/songwriter Anandi will perform at the Tualatin Public Library on Sunday February 26, 2017 at 2 pm in the next installment of the library’s Sunday Music Series.

Whether she’s singing jazz standards or her own original songs, Anandi projects a special mood, mesmerizing listeners with a thoughtful approach to every song. You might want to click on over to her website where you can listen to Anandi performing Unchained Melody, Old Devil Moon, Quiet Nights, and other jazzy tunes. (This Friends volunteer listened to all 13 songs on the website; can’t wait to hear Anandi sing in person.)

A Friends of Tualatin Library donation supports the library’s Sunday Music Series.

Mbrascatu to perform at the libraryy

MbrascatuThe five-member indie band Mbrascatu will perform at the Tualatin Public Library on Sunday January 22, 2017 at 2 pm in the next installment of the Library’s Sunday Music Series. Mbrascatu draws from diverse European and American roots to create a unique signature sound.

Pronounced mm-brah-ska-too, the group’s name is the nickname of band leader Andrea Algieri’s grandfather, a native of Luzzi, Italy. The band combines banjo, violin, viola, ukulele, guitar, bass, drums, lapsteel and Italian vocals to create indie world-folk music.

A Friends of Tualatin Library donation supports the library’s Sunday Music Series.

Aaron Meyer to perform at the library

Aaron MeyerRock violinist Aaron Meyer will perform a festive and rockin’ seasonal concert at the Tualatin Library on Saturday, December 17, 2 pm to 3 pm.

Aaron’s musical style was inspired by his worldwide travels. His broad range of music includes everything from a rendition of Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” to his signature versions of Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” and the Beatles classic “Let it Be.” He connects with audiences of all ages, cultures and backgrounds from around the world.

To learn more about Aaron Meyer and sample his music, we invite you to visit his website.

A Friends of Tualatin Library donation supports the library’s  Music Series.