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Join us for a very special Family Storytime. Veronica Yellowhair will present traditional Native American stories about Thanksgiving, folklore surrounding the holiday, and dance in full regalia. All ages. A simple craft activity follows.

Food for Fines

Let's fill the food pantries!

Sherwood Public Library is partnering with Helping Hands, Willowbrook Food Pantry and St. Francis Food Pantry to bring you “Food for Fines” December 7-13th. Library fines may be paid with donations of non-perishable food items. Each food item accepted is equal to $1 of overdue fees, up to $20.

Please note: charges for lost or damaged items are not eligible.

A pile of Lego bricks

Looking for a STEM activity for your kiddo? Join us in the Community Room for all types of building materials including Lego and Duplo bricks that will help develop creative thinking, problem solving, and social skills. Attend this event and work with a mystery building material.

Children's Choir & Strings Concert

Hear local youth from Voices for the Performing Arts Children's Choir and Strings in the Library on Thursday, December 3, 5-6:00 p.m.

The Library is a destination on Old Town's Holiday Art Walk! Stop by for refreshments and to see artwork from Sherwood High School National Art Honors Society.

The Holiday Art Walk will invite art enthusiasts and community members to stroll through Old Town on the Art Walk route. Art Walkers are encouraged to begin their stroll through Old Town Sherwood at the Sherwood Center for the Arts – 22689 SW Pine Street, Sherwood Oregon. 

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Stuffed Friends Sleepover—Story time and crafts with your stuffed friend, who gets to stay overnight in the library. Pick up your lovable stuffy and memento the next day to find out how much fun was had during the sleepover. 3:30 p.m. All ages.

Start your Friday night out in the Library for live holiday music from Two Spirit Jazz, along with warm beverages and snacks. Curl up with a book, or bring a date, for this festive concert.

illustration of a train

All aboard for a reading of the book, followed by a short open-mic for attendees to share favorite holiday traditions, crafts and activities, and a warm cup of cocoa. Sunday, December 13, 1:30-2:30 p.m. All ages.

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Wish you could join a book club, but can't make the time? Want to discuss writing, but don't want a monthly commitment?  Want to hear a story read aloud and then share your thoughts? We have the book group for you!

Join us for our No Time Book Group. No preparation is needed to attend this group. Just stop by, hear a short story read aloud, and then join in a  discussion afterward. Copies of the story, tea and snacks are provided, so all you have to do is bring your brains!

Please register: 503.625.6688 or askusSPL@wccls.org