The Friends have received a donation of Fine Woodworking and Fine Homebuilding magazines that we’re offering for sale. The 49 back issues are from 1989 through 1995 and contain many informative articles for the home woodworker. We’re asking just $5 for the lot. Please contact us if you’d like to buy these magazines.
The Friends donated $500 to the Tualatin Library for a Teen Mini Maker Faire scheduled for Thursday March 12, 4-6pm in the Tualatin Library Community Room. The Faire is part of the “Libraries are for Making” Teen Tech Week program where teens will take learning beyond the classroom to explore, create, and spark their imaginations. Teens can register on the library website to create toothbrush robots, LED projects, and more!
The Friends have donated funding to the library to support an English as a second language tutoring program. The money goes toward textbooks and workbooks to help people improve their English skills with trained volunteers in a one-on-one tutoring environment.
If you’re interested in this program, please call the library at 503-691-3072. An appointment is required, but various days and times are available.
We invite you to meet members of the Oregon Symphony at the Tualatin Library Symphony Storytime every Wednesday in February. This series of interactive storytimes for toddlers and preschoolers is supported each year by Friends of the Tualatin Library.
Each one-hour storytime features one of the four families of musical instruments: strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. Children and their parents experience a live musical collaboration between the library reader and an Oregon Symphony musician. Musicians play short selections, talk a little about their instrument and, after the stories are read aloud, audience members can try out each instrument!
Symphony Storytime will be held in the Tualatin Library Community Room on Feb 4, Feb 11, Feb 18, and Feb 25. It runs from 11 am to noon.