Woodland Public Library Community Input Survey
We need your help. The Woodland Public Library is collecting information from the community as part of its long range master planning process. Please help us understand what’s important to you and the future of your library by taking our survey here:
Printed surveys in English and Spanish are also available at the library. Please ask any staff member for a copy. All responses are anonymous and confidential.
Your response by April 10, 2017 is appreciated. If you have any questions about the survey, or any difficulties accessing the survey, please contact Jen Sweeney (library consultant) at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (916) 718-9442.
In celebration of the coming of spring and the importance of encouraging literacy in the community, the Woodland Public library is pleased to announce its Spring into Reading challenge starting on March 20th. We invite all ages to read three books before Memorial Day to win a prize at the library. Younger children can be read their books from a parent, older sibling, or caregiver to earn their prize.
We are offering this reading challenge through Beanstack, a new free library service we are offering patrons. Beanstack offers book recommendations for children and allows patrons to log reading, and participate in reading and activity challenges like this one. Patrons can register on Beanstack from the front page of the library website, or on one of the library’s catalog computers. Once registered, you can Spring into Reading and earn badges for each book read. After you log three books you will able to come to the library to pick up your prize
The Woodland Chamber of Commerce is hosting a "State of the City Address" presented by Mayor, Angel Barajas. You are invited to this community event on Thursday, April 13, 2017 from 11:30am-1pm at the Woodland Community and Senior Center. Please RSVP to the Chamber of Commerce, (530) 662-7327. Tickets for this luncheon are $35.