A short film about the Aloha Community Library Association.
Join us to find out!Tuesday, February 18 at 6:30pm
Elaine Murphy is a naturalist and teacher dedicated to enlightening people about the birds and other wildlife of the Portland area. She currently teaches classes and leads bird walks for the Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District, the Backyard Bird Shop, and her own business, Nature Services, which offers nature-oriented children’s birthday parties.
February 1, 2014. In the last few weeks, we have announced a number of changes including promoting Terri Palmer, Director of Volunteer Services to the important position of Interim Library Director. In this new role, Terri will formally oversee much of the important work needed to advance our operation to the level expected by WCCLS in order to join them within the next few years. This work will also include overseeing and guiding the transition to our new space this spring. We wanted to let all of you know what a great resource Terri is for the Aloha Library!
- Star Trek: Into Darkness
- R.I.P.D.: Rest In Peace Department
- Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
- Pacific Rim
- Runner Runner
- Enough Said
- and more!
- Elizabeth Gilbert: The Signature of All Things (164 holds in WCCLS!)
- Gena Showalter: Through the Zombie Glass
- Michael Connelly: The Gods of Guilt (262 holds in WCCLS!)
- Amy Tan: The Valley of Amazement (224 holds in WCCLS!)
- and more!
We’ll see you soon!
Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-profits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give. Here’s how the program works:
Thanks to strong community support, the Aloha Community Library Association is happy to announce three big changes in the next few months.
First, Terri Palmer, who has been serving as our Director of Volunteer Services since the library opened in 2012, has been hired as our new interim Library Director. In her new role, Terri will be overseeing all library operations, including coordinating the other two big changes for the year.
The Aloha Community Library IT Department has added an educational game program that teaches kids how to build machines using: steam engines, gears, pulleys, electric motors and electrical circuits. There are hundreds of experiments. Each one is a puzzle that requires placing the machine parts in just right location to make the completed machine accomplish the task. This wonderful computer program designed to instill curiosity and science learning in young people (as well as those who are young at heart!). Read more →