The book drop is moving! We are happy to announce that the Library will have a true drive-thru book drop this spring. It will be located next to the ballot drop box in the Oak St. parking lot. This new location will allow users to drive by and drop their books off without having to pull into a parking spot. The Library would like to thank everyone that has made the dream of a drive-thru book drop a reality!
It is that time of year again. You need to mail your tax returns by Monday April 16. Many of the commonly needed tax forms are available just outside the library doors in the lobby. If you can not find the form you are looking for, please ask us to print one out at the Library desk. Library staff can help you find the forms you ask for, but are not able to give you tax advice or assistance.
Used book sale
Put Saturday, April 28 on your calendar so you won't miss the annual Friends of the Sherwood Public Library Used Book Sale!
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Sherwood Senior Center will be filled with great bargains. Prices include: Children's books - 10 cents, Paperback books - 25 cents, Hardcover books - 50 cents, Videos/CDs/DVDs - $1.00
From 2 to 4 p.m. all of the books you can fit in a paper bag are only $1. Bags will be supplied at the door. All proceeds benefit the library.
Members of the Friends will be on hand to sell items and to sign up new members.
Book donations are being accepted up to the day of the sale at the Library. Donations are received only during the Library's open hours. We ask that donations not be left outside when the building is closed and, please, no magazines, Readers' Digest Condensed Books, textbooks, or National Geographic Magazines.
For more information, call the Library at 503-625-6688.
Pajama story time
On the third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m., the library presents an evening storytime with puppets and finger plays for children 2-6 years old. April's theme is Bears, so wear your PJ's and bring your teddy!
National Library Week
Libraries have always been places for education, self-help and lifelong learning. Today, they're at the forefront of the information age, providing computers, Internet access, databases and more.
At your library, you have access to nearly everything in print and online. You also get something else - something that a bookstore doesn't have. You get the knowledge and expertise of a librarian to help you find what you're looking for. What could be better?
April 15-21st is National Library Week, so stop by and see why people are coming to the library.
Visit the library at www.wilinet.wccls.lib.or.us.