Pending the library’s move around the corner to our new space between US World Class Taekwondo and the Peppermill Lounge, the Aloha Community Library will be closed for the entire month of November. Curious about what’s next? Read below for everything you need to know about the move and the library’s transition into a full-service WCCLS member library. Read more →
Reporter Eric Apalategui of the Beaverton Valley Times visited the Aloha Community Library to provide an update on the library’s progress toward joining WCCLS. Read the article here.
Due to the blisteringly hot conditions of late and a faulty air conditioner at the Aloha Community Library, the library may be subject to closure should interior temperatures exceed a comfortable and safe level for patrons and staff. Please be advised that the library will likely close on short notice if the interior temperature reaches 85 degrees or higher. This warning is in effect until such time as the air conditioner is repaired or weather conditions improve.
Thank you for your patience and understanding was we deal with air conditioner repairs. In the meantime, visit the Washington County website for tips on how to stay cool during extreme heat situations or visit 211info.org to search for cooling centers in your area. Stay cool, Aloha!
The Aloha Community Library Association (ACLA) currently operates the Aloha Community Library. At this time, the Aloha Community Library is not a member of WCCLS, and there is no connection between WCCLS and Aloha Community Library in terms of library services, library materials or library cards.
The passage of Measure 34-235, the countywide library replacement levy, will allow the Aloha Community Library to become a full member of the Washington County Cooperative Library Services in 2016 and receive operating funds from WCCLS. The target date for this is September 2016. Read more →
Dear Friend of the Aloha Community Library,
The countywide Library Levy (Measure 34-235) will be on our November 3rd ballot this year. If this measure passes, our Aloha Community Library will become part of the Washington County Cooperative Library System and many new doors will open for our community!
Passing Measure 34-235 brings:
- Access to the ENTIRE Washington County library system
- 100 times more of everything in the library catalog, including books, e-books, movies/DVDs, audiobooks, and games
- Local drop-off and pick-up of all Washington County library items
- More programs and events for Aloha, and extended operating hours
- Access to cultural passes
It is very important for Measure 34-235 to pass so that we can continue to grow and offer the programs, tools, and resources that our community needs and wants.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
How? It’s easy, really. Just tell people about Measure 34-235 and say “Vote Yes for Libraries”. One quick and easy way is to put a lawn sign in your front yard.
Lawn signs will be available at the Aloha Community Library Annex on Saturday, September 12th (Noon – 2:00pm) and at our Aloha Community Library Anniversary Party on Saturday, September 19th (11:00am – 2:00pm). Other pickup times can be arranged; email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
More information about Measure 34-235 can be found on the WCCLS website (http://www.wccls.org/levy), and you can keep up with news and information about the levy on our website (http://alohalibrary.org), Facebook and Twitter accounts after September 19th.
We appreciate your help! Remember, Vote Yes for Libraries!
The Aloha Community Library Association