MONDAY, JUNE 5, 6:30-8:00PM
Join us at the library for our monthly book club meeting to discuss How It All Began by Penelope Lively. No registration required.
Book Club usually takes place every first Monday of the month. See the Book Club Reading List for future book titles and meeting dates. We hope to see you there!
Tuesday, May 9, 1-3:00pm
Animals are all around us, even in the city! Drop in to learn about our wildlife neighbors with hands on activities and interactive displays from the knowledgeable experts of Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District. All ages welcome.
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 12:00-6:00PM
It’s Star Wars Day! Drop in any time for fun with Star Wars themed crafts and coloring pages! All ages (including adults) welcome.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 6:30-7:30 PM
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Help support mental health education, research, awareness, and wellness for everyone!
Join Paul D. Underwood, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Washington County’s Executive Director, as he shares his personal story of coping with family mental health issues, explains NAMI’s mission to break the stigma of mental illness, and presents ideas for how to promote mental health in our community.
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 10:30 AM
Micah & Me have the ability to connect with youngsters of all ages while playing live, fun-filled music on the ukulele and guitar and bass drum! Bring your little ones to sing and dance with us at the Aloha Community Library.
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 7:00 PM
Ingrid Nixon: Adventure Calls (Adult program and ages 6+)
Ingrid Nixon is a world-traveling storyteller, who loves nothing more than to whisk away listeners on journeys of the imagination. Exploration nail-biters, lies, tall tales, traditional and personal stories—she tells them all, bringing characters to life using voices, gestures, and animated facial expressions. Her creative approaches to story crafting help make traditional tales relevant to modern audiences.
Ingrid’s first CD, Grimm’s with a Twist, offers deliciously dark stories spiced liberally with humor and pathos. Her new recording, Operation Bouncy Chair, features personal stories about the important things in life: family, love, and coffee. She is a champion liar many times over, a claim that makes her mother both proud and worried. After living in Alaska for many years working in the wilds as a National Park Service ranger, she currently hails from Washington State. Find out more at ingridnixon.com.
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 6:30-8:00PM
Join us at the library for our monthly book club meeting to discuss The Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich. No registration required!
Book club takes place every first Monday of the month. Check back soon for our May pick!