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Woodland Public Library Survey

March 27, 2017 

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:

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WoodlandLibEnglish

Español: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/WoodlandLibSpanish

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 jksweeney572@gmail.com or by phone at (916) 718-9442.

Thank you!

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2nd Annual Peeps Diorama Contest at the Woodland Public Library

March 7, 2017 

The Woodland Public Library is excited to be hosting its second annual Peeps Diorama Contest this year. There are categories for every age as well as a group category. The viewing and judging will take place at the Peeps Diorama Show on Saturday, March 18th from 12-3 pm in the library’s Leake Room. Entries will be judged by members of the library’s Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and winners will each receive a $15 gift certificate for Barnes and Nobel to purchase books. Those attending the show get to vote on a “Peeples Choice” award as well. Winning dioramas will be on display at the library after the show.

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Kids' Coding at the Library

December 7, 2016 

The Woodland Public Library just wrapped up its fourth series of Kids’ Coding Classes with a pizza party and Open House for families to showcase children’s work and allow their families to try coding themselves. During the fall party, families were also able to take turns playing with Dash, a Wonderworks robot that can be programmed on a tablet with an app similar to Scratch. The library is working on acquiring a group of these robots and some tablets to expand the coding classes through a recent grant with the Association for Library Services to Children. The children had had a great time learning how to create games and animations, and their families were happy their children had the opportunity to take these free classes at the library.

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