TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 11:00 AM
Build a shelter, design a boat, weave a shoe, or invent a fishing tool! Try out your own engineering skills while discovering technologies designed by Oregon’s first engineers. Native American people have long used science and engineering to create effective tools, homes, clothing, cooking methods and more – passing this knowledge down through generations. Many of these innovations are still being used today! Join us to explore a collection of Oregon artifacts from the museum and engage in fun, hands-on engineering challenges.
There’s still time to sign-up for Summer Reading at the Aloha Community Library! Visit the library before Monday, July 31st to register. Don’t miss your chance! Read more →
TUESDAY, JULY 18, 11:00AM
Oh no! There are BUGS in the library! Build a bug catcher to help us get rid of the creepy crawly infestation!
Using recycled material and objects from nature, create a temporary home to catch and observe bugs. Then try out your new catcher with a bug hunt in the library! How many bugs can you find?
TUESDAY, JULY 11, 11:00AM
Creepy crawlies! Come learn about the wonderful world of all things creepy crawly from the knowledgeable nature experts of Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District.
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 10:00AM-5:00PM
Drop in to enjoy a day of board game fun with your friends and family! Use the library’s selection of games or bring your own to share. All ages welcome!
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!