Spring events are buzzing at Multnomah County Library

PORTLAND, Ore. — March 28, 2024 — Multnomah County Library invites you to join in a variety of fun spring events for all ages. In April and May come and rejoice in Earth Month, Día de los Niños y Día de los Libros (Children’s Day and Book Day), Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Month, bike month and much more. Check out the full list of events to participate.

"Our spring programming lineup is overflowing with events that reflect our diverse communities and offer opportunities to learn new things, connect and just plain have fun,” says Events and Reader Services Manager, Alison Hallett. “With events all throughout the region and for all ages, you’re bound to find something for you!"

Culminating author event

Music and movement

Crafts and writing


Earth Month

Participate in building your new libraries

Multnomah County Library offers programs and services for community members all-year round. Stay up to date at multcolib.org

Everybody Reads 2024, a community reading project of Multnomah County Library, is made possible by gifts to The Library Foundation with author appearance made possible by Literary Arts.


About Multnomah County Library

A treasured community institution since 1864, Multnomah County Library is one of the nation’s busiest public library systems, providing social, educational and cultural programs, resources and services, online and through its 19 public locations. With an eye toward the future of community-centered spaces, the library is working to build, rebuild or expand nine libraries through a voter approved capital bond. In addition to being Oregon’s largest provider of free internet access, the library offers millions of print and digital resources, in multiple languages for people of all ages. From kindergarten readiness to job training, computer-assisted design and 3D printing, the library supports all people in their pursuits to connect, learn and create. Learn more at multcolib.org