Upcoming Programs at Tigard Library

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The Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project is beginning near the Tigard Public Library this month! Fanno Creek Trail will be expanded with three new segments thanks to a partnership between the Oregon Department of Transportation and the City of Tigard. As part of this project, a combination of boardwalks and a bridge will be added just east of the Library’s book drop loop. Library facilities will be affected in the following ways: 

  • The drive-up book return has been temporarily converted to a walk-up and moved to the covered area across from its previous location.
  • The book drop’s circle drive is temporarily closed to allow for construction equipment for the project. This will cause temporary changes to the parking lot flow.
  • Fanno Creek Trail has been temporarily rerouted nearer to the Library and across the parking lot to avoid the construction area. 
  • There will be construction noise and visible construction activity.

You’re encouraged to use the walk-up book drop during construction. Curbside service is available during the Library’s open hours and can also be used for returning materials if needed. Park in the spot labeled “Curbside Holds Pickup” and call the number on the sign. 

We look forward to having another pedestrian-friendly way to walk or roll to Tigard Public Library, and we apologize for any inconvenience that results from this construction. Learn more about the Fanno Creek Trail Connections Project at tigard-or.gov/library

The Library will be closed Mondays, January 15 and February 19. Online resources are available 24/7 at wccls.org

Don’t Fall for It! Protecting Yourself Online 

Thursdays, January 25, February 8, & February 22 | 4-5 PM
Burgess Community Room | Adults & Teens

As online frauds grow in frequency and sophistication, it is getting harder and harder to keep ourselves and loved ones safe. Join us to learn about online safety, the importance of protecting personal information, and how to identify online threats. These presentations will provide you with practical tools to keep yourself safe online!

January 25: Foundations of Online Safety
February 8: Spotting and Stopping Scams
February 22: AMA (Ask Me Anything) and Top Tips

Intuitive Art Club 

Thursdays, January 18 & 25 | 4:30 –6:30 PM 
Teen Scene | Teens in grades 6-12

Everyone is an artist with intuitive art! Tune-in and zone-out with lo-fi vibes, snacks, and art exploration using tape, pens, watercolors, patterns, and unlimited creativity. A new technique will be introduced at each session.

Music & Movement in Mandarin 

Fridays, January 19, January 26, February 2 & February 9 | 11:15-11:45 AM
Puett Room | Ages 2-5 years

Sharon Gan, founder of Heart Strings Mandarin, will lead children and their parents as they sing, move, play instruments, and tell stories in Mandarin, English and American Sign Language. All levels of Mandarin fluency from absolute beginners to native Mandarin speakers are welcome.

Program presented in partnership with Friends of the Tigard Library.

Aging Attitudes: How Your Beliefs about Aging Impact Your Health

Wednesday, February 14 | 3-4:30 PM
Burgess Community Room | Adults

What comes to mind when you think of aging? Research tells us that our attitudes about aging impact how well and how long we live. In this program, learn where our ageist beliefs come from and how to uncover and reset your own internalized negative age beliefs. Get an easy-to-use tool to become a paradigm-shifting, narrative-changing champion of aging for yourself and future generations.

Program presented in partnership with Washington County Behavioral Health.

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