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The expansion includes browsing inside the library, checking out items, picking up holds and more.

CALKINSThe express services days of the Sherwood Public Library have been expanded. As of this writing, they are Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. Browse inside the library, check out items, pick-up holds, use computers (no appointment needed), sign up for library cards, and purchase used books.

We are actively working on getting back to our pre-pandemic hours with evening hours. Check sherwoodoregon.gov/library or call 503-625-6688 for the latest. Curbside services continue at our Pine Street entrance.

WHAT'S YOUR OPINION?

We want Sherwood Public Library to be responsive to our community's needs. Will you take 10 minutes to tell us what you think? (If you submitted to the survey last month, please try again. Data was unfortunately compromised and we would still love to hear from you.)

Get started at sherwoodoregon.gov/library. We also have hardcopy surveys at the library or contact us at 503-625-6688 for a survey to be mailed to you. Survey results in the past have led to more bestsellers and new books in our collection, new furniture, Library of Things, test proctoring, 3D printing classes and more. Your feedback matters. Enter to win a prize drawing for a $25 gift card. All responses are confidential.

SUMMER READING FOR ALL AGES CONTINUES

Pick up your free book through July 31. Youth are invited to complete reading challenges. Adults, submit your book reviews. The more you submit, the more chances to win! Details at sherwoodoregon.gov/library.

Kids — Take & Make STEM and craft activities, while supplies last.

July 3 —Wooden picture frame kit

July 10 — Snow in summer kit

July 17 — Felt finger puppet kit

July 24 — Wiki stick marble run kit

July 31—Yarn turtles kit

Teens/Tweens — Take & Make STEM and craft activities, while supplies last.

July 3 — Cross stitching kit

July 17 — Mini Native terrarium kit

July 31 — Mini shadow box kit

BILINGUAL STORYTIME IN THE PARK RETURNS FOR ITS SIXTH YEAR!

The storytimes ar Thursdays, July 1, 8, 15 and 22 at Stella Olsen Park (22256 SW Washington St.). Drop in from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Walk along the path to enjoy a bilingual Storywalk. Picnic with your family with a free lunch from Helping Hands (11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.), play tag with pool noodles with the YMCA, and take a craft kit home.

LIVE PERFORMANCES COMING TO CANNERY SQUARE PLAZA

The Cannery Square Plaza performances are set for Tuesdays throughout the summer at 2 p.m. (Limited in-person at Cannery Square, 22622 SW Pine St. / Facebook Live). Registration is required. The lineup includes:

July 6 — Penny's Puppet Productions "Animals Got Talent"

July 13 — Reptile Man Live Animal Show

July 20 — Evan and Vanessa Musical Group

SOCIAL JUSTICE (VIRTUAL) CAMP

Youth entering the third through fifth grades will learn about empathy and peace-building. Each participant receives books, activities and crafts. Monday, Aug. 3 through Friday, Aug. 6 at 11 a.m.

Registration required. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Sherwood.

See sherwoodoregon.gov/library for more events, including book discussion groups. Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter at sherwoodoregon.gov/library/newsletters.

Sherwood Public Library, a Washington County Cooperative Library Services member library, is located at 22560 SW Pine St. in Sherwood, and is always available online at sherwoodoregon.gov/library. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 503-625-6688.


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