Next week beginning Friday, April 11, we will have an amazing marathon weekend of festivities. Here is the lineup:
Join us to find out!Tuesday, February 18 at 6:30pm
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 →
The Aloha Community Library began our library operations last year on September 22, 2012. Thanks to the outpouring of community and volunteer support, we are now open 29 hours per week with nearly 10,000 items in our collection. We have weekly story-time programs, as well as special events for teens and adults. We provide public internet access on 6 workstations plus WiFi. Please help us celebrate at our Family Birthday Celebration on Saturday, September 14 from 2:00-4:00pm. We’ll be enjoying birthday cake, cotton candy, games and face-painting.
In honor of our birthday and as a gift to our borrowers, the Aloha Community Library is declaring a fines amnesty for all overdue library materials for the month of September. We want you to come back and check out more materials and help us celebrate our first birthday!