Welcome to the Library

We are upgrading our system, April 26 - 28.

Your library card will be required for all checkouts.  Some services, including catalog,  and 3M ebooks, will be unavailable countywide from 6 p.m. Sunday through Tuesday.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Author Marie Buckley leads each group with a warm-up exercise and thematic writing session. No experience is necessary in order to participate, other than an enjoyment of writing and interacting with fellow writers. Bring writing tools and expect a lively, fun atmosphere with plenty of positive feedback. All workshops are from 2:00-4:00 PM in the Community Meeting Room. Dates & themes are:

  • April 26, Quandaries
  • May 3, Foreigners
  • May 17, Pulp Fiction
  • June 7, Batty
  • June 14, The Movies

On Saturday, May 2 @ 10:30 AM come meet fellow coffee lovers and learn about the intricacies of coffee roasting from one of the Northwest’s pioneering coffee roasters, Caravan Coffee.  Two different roasts will be available for tasting. OUR Table Cooperative will also be sharing their story of creating a local CSA in Sherwood. Program is free, no registration required.

 

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This coming Monday we can say May the Fourth be with you to all the Star Wars fans out there. But all day Saturday, May 2nd we will be celebrating Star Wars here in the library.

  • Check out our Star Wars display of books, movies and more.
  • Join Mr.Blair for a Star Wars-themed Lego Maniacs  session at 2 pm
  • Take part in Star Wars-themed crafts for all ages throughout the day.
  • Take your picture in one of our costumes or wear your own!

After the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 which called for the evacuation and incarceration of over 120,000 Japanese Americans along the west coast of the United States. Two-thirds of the Nikkei, or those of Japanese ancestry, were American citizens. 

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Get in-person assistance with online waitlist applications. Sunday, May 3, 1-5 p.m. near library computers.