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Birds of Winter!

Come join us this week for a special family program on Birds of Winter!bird1

  • Which bird is which?
  • How can you tell?
  • What food should they eat?

Join us to find out!

Tuesday, February 18 at 6:30pm
Aloha Community Library
17683 SW Farmington Rd, Suite E
Aloha, OR 97007

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Meet Terri Palmer, Interim Director of Library Services

February 1, 2014.  In the last few weeks, we have announced a number of changes including promoting Terri Palmer, Director of Volunteer Services to the important position of Interim Library Director.  In this new role, Terri will formally oversee much of the important work needed to advance our operation to the level expected by WCCLS in order to join them within the next few years.  This work will also include overseeing and guiding the transition to our new space this spring.  We wanted to let all of you know what a great resource Terri is for the Aloha Library!

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New books and movies at the library!

MM900283631[1]Our selection is growing! New book and DVD titles include:

- Star Trek: Into Darkness
- R.I.P.D.: Rest In Peace Department
- Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
- Pacific Rim
- Runner Runner
- Enough Said
- and more!

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Aloha Library Teams with Fred Meyer!





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Change is Coming to the Aloha Community Library!


Terri Palmer; photo by Anna Marum/Beaverton Leader

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.

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Crazy Machines – Gold Edition

Parents, kids come to the Library and play Crazy Machines.

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 →

An Open Letter to Our Patrons, Supporters and Volunteers…

Friends, there is so much I love about the Aloha Community Library Association!

This is an association seeking to share with and serve those in our community.  The effectiveness of your library’s mission in the coming months depends on your generosity and dedication. Right now and through October 20, your generosity to step up and support the library with your monetary gifts will be matched through an anonymous gift of $10,000. This matching campaign will ensure the hiring of paid staff allowing the library to grow in the ways necessary to become part of the WCCLS.  Please help us “Open this gift of $10,000”.    As of today, we have raised roughly 1/2 have that amount and have passed the $5,000 mark.

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Aloha Library Announces New and Expanded Hours!

October 2, 2013:   The Aloha Community Library Association announced today that their hours of operation are expanding effective today to 37 hours per week from the previous schedule of only 29 hours week.  This is a reflection of the expanding 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 below.  We are adding additional hours to each day we have been open previously so that every day we are open from 10am to 8pm except Saturday when we close at 5pm.  Storytime continues to be offered each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11:30am.

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