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Booktique Handmade Crafts (and books, too!) Sale

The Aloha Community Library Association’s Booktique fundraiser sale of handmade crafts (and some books, too!) will be held during regular library hours from Saturday 10/14/2023 through Saturday 10/21/2023.

Stop by to discover unique gems handmade by local artists, upcyclers, and craftspeople, including jewelry, knitwear, wall art, home goods, and more!

Proceeds support operations at the nonprofit Aloha Community Library and promote local learning and literacy, entertainment, and access to resources of all kinds.

Booktique Craft & Book Sale 2022

EXTENDED HOURS! Monday, December 12th – Saturday, December 31st
during library open hours

We’re bringing back our Booktique holiday sale this December! Find fun gifts for your friends and family (or for yourself!) while supporting a great cause – library services in our community. All sale proceeds will benefit library operations!

All craft items 50% off from December 27-31! Swing by the library any time during open hours from Monday, December 12th, through Saturday, December 31st, to shop for used books and unique handcrafted items like these:

We are so grateful to all the Aloha Community Library supporters who have donated their fabulous creations for our Booktique sale – more than we could ever hope to fit into one little image gallery! Thank you for using your crafting skills to help us provide great library service here in Aloha.

Library Facility Updates

Dear Library Supporter,

Renovations will soon begin at the Aloha Community Library to develop a new enhanced space for our children’s library. The new children’s library will move to a different space, and will feature new shelving, furniture, and more, thanks to support from a grant and contributions from many of our wonderful donors.

As part of this shift, layout around the library will be adjusted in the coming months, and we will be closing the annex space. It was a difficult decision for the Aloha Community Library Association’s Board of Directors to recommend closure of this space, but the sustainability and vibrance of the library will be stronger for it. As a nonprofit organization, the long-term success of the library is paramount.

Thank you to our generous and patient community for supporting us over the years as we continue evolving the library into the welcoming space the Aloha community deserves.

With appreciation,

Terri Palmer,
Library Director

and the Aloha Community Library Association Board of Directors:

Daniel Hauser, President
Julie Fairman, Vice President
Jessica Otto, Treasurer
Kimberly Thomas, Secretary

Melanie Belles  •  Helen Chandler  •  Beth Lewis
Ron O’Connor  •  Dick Schouten