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ACL is now a holds pick up location!

Aloha Community Library is now a holds pick up location!  We are top of the list alphabetically when placing holds on – easy to find!  Until our security gates are installed, all holds are kept behind the circulation desk.  What a great reason to visit with our friendly desk staff! 

Until further notice, materials owned by Aloha Community are still not holdable.  The silver lining of this is that we have some amazing best sellers and new movies available on our shelves!  Stop by for a visit!

Valentine’s Day Crafts


Drop by the library for Valentine’s crafts and activities in the children’s area all day on February 14.

Happy Valentine’s Day!


We Love Aloha Community Library!

Celebrate your love for the new Aloha Community Library all week Monday, February 13 through Saturday, February 18!

Check out a “blind date with a book” to kick-start your Valentine’s week with a literary surprise, or visit us on the 14th to make a card for your sweetie in the children’s area. We’ll have free giveaways and prize drawings every day the library is open, so don’t miss your chance to share in the library love!  Heart


February Book Club


Join us to discuss A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman at the library. No registration required.

Book club takes place every first Monday of the month. In March, we’ll be reading The Storied Life of A. J. Filkry by Gabrielle Zevin.


WCCLS Software Updates

Catalog and account software will be down starting Sunday night until Tuesday

Starting at 6:00 pm on Sunday, January 29th, the WCCLS catalog and accounts will be unavailable. This is because WCCLS will be performing software updates during this time. We anticipate that the catalog and accounts will become available sometime on Tuesday, January 31st.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • No library materials will be due on Sunday, January 29th, Monday, January 30th, or Tuesday, January 31st
  • Cloud Library e-books and audiobooks will not be available during this time
  • Follow WCCLS on Facebook and Twitter to get the most frequent updates about the downtime
  • When the catalog and accounts are available again, we will also announce it on our News & Events blog

What will be available during the software updates? 

  • You will be able to access downloadable e-books and audiobooks via Library2Go as usual while the WCCLS catalog and accounts are down
  • The website will also be available, including WCCLS online resources and the events calendar

What will be different when the WCCLS catalog and accounts are updated?

You may notice some improvements to the appearance of the public catalog and your library account.  In addition, the staff version of the library catalog will have added functionality.

Thanks in advance for your patience while we work to upgrade our catalog and account software! We apologize for the inconvenience.

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2017 Teen Summer Reading Artwork Contest

For the first time at the new Aloha Community Library, WCCLS card holders between the ages of 12 and 18 are invited to participate in this year’s county-wide Teen Summer Reading Artwork Contest!

Teen artists can submit up to two original works to the Aloha Community Library for consideration between now and February 13, 2017. The winning design will be used on promotional material for this year’s summer reading program, “Build a Better World” throughout Washington County.

The winner also receives a $150 gift certificate for Powell’s Books. The second place winner receives a $50 gift certificate for Blick Art Materials, and the winner of honorable mention will get a $25 Blick gift certificate.

For additional information, please visit or download the contest entry form and details here. Winners will be announced in March. Good luck!


Snowflake Fun!


Drop in and join us to make beautiful snowflakes out of craft sticks and glitter!

All ages are welcome.

No registration required.

LEGO Free Play


Come explore your creativity with LEGOs! Children and teens can spend the afternoon creating masterpieces out of the legendary, colorful building blocks! We’ll provide the LEGOs, you provide imagination! All materials must remain at the library for future programs. Bring a friend and build! Children 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

This program was made possible by the Cultural Coalition of Washington County.