Traveling abroad this summer? Want to brush up on your high school Spanish? With your library card, you have access to learning over 60 languages. Mango uses real-life situations and conversations to help you quickly grasp a new language or improve your language skills. Mango also includes literal meanings, cultural notes, and grammar notes to help you communicate more effectively.
All WCCLS member libraries will be closed this Friday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. Forest Grove City Library will also be closed Saturday, July 5. Other libraries will return to their regular schedules July 5. Please check our schedule for your library's hours.
Looking for a new book to read this summer? Not sure where to start? WCCLS library cardholders have access to NoveList Plus, a resource designed to help you find read-alikes and other great books.
Searching tips: Search for a title you loved, and then look for suggested titles on the right-hand sidebar. Or find new books by genre, using the menu in the left-hand sidebar. No matter how you use it, Novelist is full of ideas to get you reading something you enjoy.
The musical and married duo of Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson bring their popular folk music to Cedar Mill all the way from West Townshend, Vermont. Rebecca and Ken tour full time; their songs have been performed by many other artists, including Nashville songwriting legend David Olney and bluegrass veterans the Virginia Ramblers. Hungrytown's music has also appeared on several television shows, including Portlandia.
Ages 18+ Thursday, June 26, 7:00 to 8:30pm Tualatin Library Community Room
There are many steps that need to be taken before a nonprofit organization is ready to submit a truly compelling and competitive proposal for grant funding. Developing and gathering the proper information that funders require can be a daunting process. Join grants expert Rick Horton to learn some hot tips and a formula for success! This is a free class and no registration is required.