WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 10:00AM
Park to discover the importance and benefits of worms, explore worm anatomy, and understand the food web. Children will also learn how to identify trees, see different types of soil, identify what plants need to survive, and understand photosynthesis! Read more →
TUESDAY AUGUST 19 6:30PM
Come to an engaging presentation from Dr. Laurel Standley, author of #Toxins Tweet: 140 Easy Tips to Reduce Your Family’s Exposure to Environmental Toxins. Read more →
In keeping with the timeline established last January, it is time to move to the next step and hire a Director. The Aloha Community Library continues to be a dynamic, volunteer driven and volunteer supported non-profit that has been actively welcoming all those who visit regularly and those who have just discovered it. The goal is to continue on the successful path of the last 2.5 years with the addition of a Library Director. Read more →
FRIDAY AUGUST 15 6:00 PM
It’s time to party! Come to the library for an evening of scientific fun to celebrate the end of summer! Read more →
TUESDAY AUGUST 12TH 6:30 PM
Enjoy coffee, tea, refreshments and information about the Villages Without Walls community in Washington County in a “Village 101” session presented by volunteer Glenda Sims. Read more →
Have you signed up for summer reading at the Aloha Community Library?
The last day to sign up for all summer reading programs is Saturday, July 19th. Don’t miss out!
FRIDAY JULY 25 5:00-7:00 PM
Learn about the science behind special effects, from the art of crafting the perfect realistic blood and gore to the amazing transformations created by effects artists with a zombie makeup demonstration from Ravenous Studios. Read more →
TUESDAY JULY 22 6:30 PM
Join Jim Higgs of the Rose City Astronomers to learn about the solar system, from eclipses to the history of the cosmos, and even a few space jokes! Read more →