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Used Book Sale
The Friends of Tualatin Public Library will hold a special Spooky Book Sale on October 25th from 10 am to 3 pm in the Library Community Room.
The City of Tualatin, Oregon Official Website
Traditional American culture is often portrayed as either death-denying (death is a taboo not to be discussed) or death-defying (life should be prolonged at any cost). Yet diverse religious, philosophical, and cultural traditions present our mortality not as something to be feared or defied, but as a means of learning how to live a full life. Can acknowledging our mortality bring greater meaning...
Halloween Dance-O-Rama
Bring your babies, toddlers and other little people to this Halloween hullabaloo! Come in your costumes, dance to some spooky tunes, and trick-or-treat through the library! Ages: 0-6

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Public Parking Lots
Construction on the new City parking lots and the Seneca Street extension has begun and will continue through November; parking adjacent to the Library is limited. See our FAQ to find out where to park or more information.
I Wonder... book cover
I Wonder..., a commemorative children's book about the Tualatin mastodon, is now available for purchase by a charitable donation.
Library Lobby Display Case
The Library's lobby display case is a great place to promote community services and programs. A few dates are still available for displays in November and December 2014.
Online Learning
Use your WCCLS library card for free access to online resources and specialized databases that provide information not available on free Internet sites: homework help, test and job prep, computer skills, and more!  
E-books are easy.
Did you know your WCCLS library card gives you access to free ebooks? We have ebooks available for readers of all ages – kids, teens and adults.
Community Resources
The Tualatin community offers many resources to those in need through different agencies and partners.