Inspiring people within our diverse
community to acquire knowledge

Family Movie Night


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 →

Ezra Jack Keats Community Collage

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 →

Aloha Community Library Announces the Hiring of a Library Director!

Aloha, OR, September 27, 2014.  The  Aloha Community Library Association board of directors announces today that Erin Barnard has been hired as the new Director of Library Services.    Erin joins us with significant experience leading small libraries including the Millbrook Free Library in Millbrook, NY and the Grinnel Library Association in Wappingers Falls, NY.  She has a BA in History and a MS in Information Sciences from State University in New York.  She enjoys working with a variety of people, leading others by example and participating in an environment of continuous change – perfect for the Aloha Library!

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ACLA Book Sale


The Aloha Community Library Association is holding a book sale September 24-27 to help support the library!  Read more →

Book Art Flowers


Want to make paper flowers like the ones decorating the library? Come to a demonstration and learn how from the artist herself, paper crafts expert and library volunteer Betsy. Ranging from super-easy to a little more difficult, there will be a flower that everyone can make!

Materials and supplies will be provided. Ages 14 and up only, please.


Book Sale Coming Soon!

Book donations needed!

The Aloha Community Library will be holding  a book sale this September 24th-27th, and we need your help to bring in enough donations to make this sale better than ever. If you have old books you’ve been hoping to get rid of, now is the time to bring them to the library. We’ll accept just about anything, including hardback and paperback books in good condition, DVDs, VHS,  and even board games and puzzles provided they have all the pieces! Read more →

Silence in the Library


Join us for a Doctor Who fan night featuring a special episode screening, pizza, costumes and more! Dress as your favorite character and compete for a fan-worthy prize with Time Lord Trivia. How well do you know the Doctor? Read more →

Trees, Soil, and Worms


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 →