The Old Guitarist by Pablo Picasso

Know Blue

The color blue is often associated with trust, honesty and loyalty. It is a serious, steadfast color that signifies reliability, responsibility and security. Blue is also used to describe an amazing cheese, two distinctly American types of music, one of Pablo Picasso’s most prolific creative periods and one of the most underappreciated mountain ranges in Oregon. Get in touch will all things blue this February during Know Blue at all Deschutes Public Libraries. All programs are free and open to the public. Registration is required for some programs.

What’s Up with Blue?
Explore the color blue with Julianne LaClaire, watercolorist extraordinaire, in a watercolor workshop focused on this famous color. Space is limited and registration is required. 13+years.

  • Thursday, February 18, 3–5pm

Redmond Library

 

Beyond Blue Curaçao
Watch master bartender Sean Graves of The Phoenix Restaurant whip up blue cocktails. 21+ years. Space is limited and registration is required.

  • Sunday, February 21, 2pm

Downtown Bend Library

 

Bluegrass Music
Members of the Moon Mountain Ramblers share bluegrass music and history.

  • Monday, February 22 • 6pm

Downtown Bend Library

 

Blue Cheese
It’s stinky, but oh so tasty! Wine and cheese experts from Whole Foods visit.

  • Wednesday, February 24 • 6pm

Downtown Bend Library

 

Beyond the Blue Lagoon: Traveling in Iceland
Photos, details and tips from a two-week journey around Iceland.

  • Friday, February 26 • 12pm

Sunriver Library
www.deschuteslibrary.org

 

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