Welcome to our online activities for Adults!

Adult Programs

(coming soon…)

Hood River County Library District Resources

 All of these sites may be accessed for free via the links below.

eBooks and Audiobooks…

Library2Go Oregon Digital Library Consortium

Your Hood River County Library District card gives you free access to thousands of e-books and e-audiobooks for all ages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visit ebooks and audiobook page for detailed instructions.

When logging in, select from the library drop down menu:  LEO Listens – Libraries of Eastern Oregon

Audiobooks for all ages

Your Online Audio Library – is an online audio book library collection. Enjoy unlimited streaming access to the entire collection. No downloads. No software. No holds. No waiting periods. Unlimited access to all the books, all the time. Just click and listen.

Movies…

Kanopy

Enjoy critically-acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films and more for free! Don’t have a card? Sign up for your online card here. (5 per month; Kids Kanopy – fun for all ages – has unlimited viewings)

Learning Resources…

Learning Express Library

Find video courses, tests, eBooks and more to earn your GED, prepare for college admission tests, achieve your career goals, learn computer skills and many others.

Pronunciator

Want a fun and free way to learn any of 163 languages with personalized courses, movies, music, and more? Pronunciator also include a new COVID-19 language course in 101 languages!

Web Resources

 Genealogy Resources

A collection of online resources for people researching relatives in Hood River County.

Historic Hood River

Photoblog of digitized photographs from the History Museum of Hood River County

Historic Oregon Newspapers

Digitized newspapers from the University of Oregon’s Oregon Digital Newspaper Program. Includes The Dalles Chronicle up through 1922, several Portland-area newspapers, and soon several Hood River County newspapers.

How to spot fake news – Coronavirus edition

There is a lot of information about the current situation being shared. Some of it’s right, some of it’s changed and some is just fake. Learn ways to identify what is good information and what shouldn’t be trusted.

Mental Health in the Time of Social Distancing

Partners in Health has worked in epidemics and outbreaks around the world and has put together lessons learned about how to take care of yourself during times of isolation and worry.