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Last Week for Youth Summer Reading Sign-Ups

It's not too late!  Children and teens can register for Summer Reading through Saturday, July 26th.

Saturday Family Storytimes

Drop by the Library for our monthly Saturday Family Storytimes. Held the fourth Saturday of the month at 10:30am in the Community Meeting Room. Check the calendar for specific dates.
All ages are welcome to join in on stories, songs and a craft. We often feature a live animal guest. No registration is necessary.

For more information, please contact Tracy Malek, Youth Services Librarian: tracym@wccls.org or 503-625-668

July Theme: author Anna Dewdney

Red Yarn Puppet Band Summer Reading Performances 2014

The Red Yarn Puppet Band was so much fun at our recent Summer Reading performance for 2014. For more pictures of this and other shows visit the Library on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sherwoodpubliclibrary.

 

Busy Builders Program

Come in on Monday, June 23 from 10:30-11:30am where we will have a drop-in program recommended for ages 3 & up and features Duplo and Lego blocks as well as puzzles in the Community Meeting Room. We will meet on the fourth Monday of the month during the summer.

Adult Summer Reading - Literary Elements

Find your element this summer during the Adult Summer Reading Program from June 1st to August 31st! To participate, register online or at the library starting June 1st. Throughout the summer, share reviews of what you’ve read (or listened to - audio books count, too!) to be entered into weekly drawings for many exciting local prizes. Book review tickets can be pick-up at the Sherwood Public Library. All participants will be entered into the countywide grand prize drawing for an iPad Mini.

Retirement Blog
Library Manager Pam North Retires

After eighteen years with the Sherwood Public Library, Manager Pam North has retired.  It is bittersweet for staff and patrons alike at the library, but we know she won't be a stranger!  Read up on Pam's time with the library and her farewell in the recently published article, "Sherwood Librarian Ready to Turn Page," in the Sherwood Gazette.  We will miss you, Pam!  Best of luck on your next adventures!