FRIDAY JANUARY 30 6:30 PM
Bring comfy seating to the Aloha Community Library Annex (between Peppermill Restaurant and US World Class Taekwondo) for a special free showing of Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph. It gets a little chilly at the Annex, so feel free to bring blankets and pillows to cozy up with!
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SATURDAY JANUARY 24 2:00-4:00 PM
Want to make paper flowers like the ones decorating the library? Learn how from the artist herself, paper crafts expert and library volunteer Betsy! Betsy will demonstrate how to make various types of paper flowers ranging from super-easy to a little more difficult. There will be a flower that everyone can make! Read more →
THURSDAY JANUARY 15 3:00-5:00PM
Drop by the Aloha Community Library any time between 3:00 and 5:00 pm to learn about the habits of Winter Animals presented by the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District’s Nature Mobile! All ages welcome.
DECEMBER 18 6:30PM
Come to the Aloha Community Library Thursday, December 18th at 6:30 pm to give Santa Claus your holiday wishes and listen to stories from Mr. Claus himself! We’ll have snacks, activities and festive music too.
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season from the Aloha Community Library!
Join us for our 3rd Annual Book-tique, a handicraft and book sale to help benefit the Aloha Community Library!
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NOVEMBER 28 10:00AM-8:00PM
Take a break from Black Friday shopping madness and visit the Aloha Community Library Annex for 2-for-1 deal tables and doughnuts! We have thousands of items for sale including books, DVDs, VHS, CDs, games and more.
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 7:00 PM
Join us for a special Halloween movie night for the whole family! Bring snacks and something comfy to sit on for a spooky screening of Hotel Transylvania at the Library Annex. All ages are welcome! Read more →
SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Ezra Jack Keats, author and illustrator of children’s classics like The Snowy Day and Whistle for Willie, used an innovative combination of collage and painting paired with vibrant text to lovingly render the daily activities of the city and its diverse inhabitants. Keats was the first author to depict African-American protagonists in full-color picture books, creating a prominent place for characters and places that had not been presented in children’s literature before and placing a strong emphasis on community. Read more →