Inspiring people within our diverse
community to acquire knowledge


Reading Time is Back!

Aloha Community Library offers children’s storytime, and hosts THPRD Nature Mobile Programs

Aloha’s new community library resumes the popular family storytime program designed for kids 6 and younger and their caregivers. This begins November 21st and will be held each Wednesday at 10:30 AM, at 17683 SW Farmington Rd, Suite E Aloha, OR 97007.

Tualatin HIlls Park & Recreation District Nature Mobile will be here on December 5th and 19th for special programs.  See Link for more info about this amazing program.

Busy Beavers with the Nature Mobile at Aloha Community Library

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Wednesday December 5, 2012

Cutting down trees, building dams, and swimming, swimming, swimming – my, beavers are busy! Students will discover how beaver gets all of their chores done and how humans try to copy beaver’s creativity. Led by a naturalist, each program includes a story, real specimens, hands-on learning activities, and ways for students to connect to the nature in their community.

Dazzling Dragonflies with the Nature Mobile at Aloha Community Library

10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Wednesday December 19, 2012

From being born in the water to hovering high up in the sky, the dragonfly lives an interesting life. Students will learn about the dragonfly life cycle and some of their amazing adaptations. Led by a naturalist, each program includes a story, real specimens, hands-on learning activities, and ways for students to connect to the nature in their community.

Welcome!


Our Dream  
 It is our dream to offer our community residents a safe, welcoming place to study, research, work,  relax and conduct meetings.   We have set up our first library facility with high speed internet, inexpensive copying and printing service, free wifi and our own collection of books and media.  Come see us this week! Read more →

Book Drive

Aloha Community Library Association’s
First Annual Book Drive!


Saturday, February 18 and Saturday February 25.
10am-4pm both days.

Bring your boxes of books, cds, dvd, blu ray disks!
(download flyer)

Donated materials will be either used to build the library’s collection or will be resold to raise funds to help the library open in June, 2012.

Bring your materials to the new location at: Bales Thriftway on Farmington Rd. 17683 SW Farmington, Suite #E, Aloha, OR 97007 (map)


See our donations policy for information on what we do with donated items.

Welcome to the Aloha Community Library Website

Vision

By honoring our rich heritage and looking to the future, we aspire to be a visible learning center of activity in Aloha. We will do this by creating opportunities to participate, connect and serve.

Our Dream

It is our dream to offer our community residents a safe, welcoming place to study, research, work, relax and conduct meetings. We intend on setting up our first storefront with high speed internet, free wifi and full access to the WCCLS system.

ACLA is currently looking for community volunteers who can help with many of the tasks involved in starting a library. If you have skills in grant writing, accounting, legal work for non-profit organizations, or setting up and running libraries or small businesses, your help and support is needed!

At this time, ACLA is soliciting monetary contributions. In the near future, donations of items such as books, technology, office supplies, and library furniture will be sought.

Check out our Wishlist for Services. Help us define and prioritize by commenting on this today!

Direct your questions to: info@alohalibrary.org