Multnomah County Library Podcasts
Listen to library events, as well as information about books and other library resources.
Fri, 27 April 2012
Session 2: Choosing Sides
Speaker: Dr Richard Etulain
Multnomah County Library presents a free five-part reading and discussion series with project scholar Richard Etulain to discuss the legacy of the Civil War.
Let's Talk About It: Making Sense of the American Civil War, has been made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association. Local support provided by The Library Foundation.
Recorded live at Central Library: April 10, 2012
Thu, 26 April 2012
Speaker: Tsipora Dimant
Discover the roots of conflict and the mediation skills needed to find effective solutions, at work and in your personal life. Learn how to have discussions that are balanced, direct and fair.
Recorded live at Central Library: April 19, 2012
Fri, 13 April 2012
Are you overwhelmed with job and family demands in an increasingly stressful world? Identify your priorities as well as time-wasters. Walk away with strategies to make the most of your valuable time.
Recorded at Central Library: April 12, 2012
Wed, 4 April 2012
Featured Speakers: Lisa Maier, Sue Parman, Victoria Wyttenberg, Pat West, Kristin Berger, Willa Schneberg, Mary Kibbe, and Wendy Willis
Celebrating new work by seven VoiceCatcher 6 authors; VoiceCatcher Co-editor Kristin Berger emcees this lively reading of prose and poetry.
VoiceCatcher is an all-volunteer nonprofit that supports and nurtures women writers and artists in the Portland Metro area.
Recorded live at Central Library: March 31, 2012