Did any of you see that great commercial last weekend during the Super Bowl? You know, the one about being quiet in libraries! We have included it in this week’s post! Which one are you? Cream or Cookie? Read more →
January 31, 2013: The Aloha Community Library Association announced today that their hours of operation are expanding effective Saturday, February 2, 2013 to 29 hours per week from the previous limited amount of only 15 hours week. This is a reflection of the growing interest and community support of the library and its ability to sufficiently staff library hours. Currently, 2-3 trained volunteers are available for each hour of operation. The new hours are posted on the website home page and are included graphically here. We are adding 2 additional hours to each day we have been open previously plus adding the new day of Monday!
In addition to new hours, a number of new items have been added to the library in the past month, including videos, western novels and other popular adult fiction and non-fiction titles.
Storytime continues to be offered each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11:30am. Come check it out!
If you would like to help us build our collection and increase our circulation, consider purchasing and donating one of the following items. If you do, please send us a note to: email@example.com and bring the item to the library during normal library hours on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays!
Adult Non Fiction:
Aloha’s new community library resumes the popular family storytime program designed for kids 6 and younger and their caregivers. This begins November 21st and will be held each Wednesday at 10:30 AM, at 17683 SW Farmington Rd, Suite E Aloha, OR 97007.
Tualatin HIlls Park & Recreation District Nature Mobile will be here on December 5th and 19th for special programs. See Link for more info about this amazing program.
Cutting down trees, building dams, and swimming, swimming, swimming – my, beavers are busy! Students will discover how beaver gets all of their chores done and how humans try to copy beaver’s creativity. Led by a naturalist, each program includes a story, real specimens, hands-on learning activities, and ways for students to connect to the nature in their community.
From being born in the water to hovering high up in the sky, the dragonfly lives an interesting life. Students will learn about the dragonfly life cycle and some of their amazing adaptations. Led by a naturalist, each program includes a story, real specimens, hands-on learning activities, and ways for students to connect to the nature in their community.
Our Dream It is our dream to offer our community residents a safe, welcoming place to study, research, work, relax and conduct meetings. We have set up our first library facility with high speed internet, inexpensive copying and printing service, free wifi and our own collection of books and media. Come see us this week! Read more →