BEND, OR -- This year marks the centennial anniversary of the Deschutes Library System and there are many events planned to celebrate. Director Todd Dunkelberg says they will celebrate a different decade every month this year. For example this month they celebrate the 1920’s, in February the 1930’s and so on. And Dunkelberg says back in the 1920’S and 30’s the library would put on a Masquerade Ball as a fund raiser, which was very popular. He says the library’s Masquerade Ball is coming back and is scheduled for October. Dunkelberg says on January 30th the public is invited to a meeting with architects who will design the new library planned for the north area of Bend. They’ll also discuss plans to double the size of the Redmond Library which Dunkelberg says when finished will be larger than the downtown library.