Hillsboro Main Library

Linda Lybecker, Interim Director
2850 NE Brookwood Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Phone: 
(503) 615-6500
Hours: 
Mon-Fri 10-9, Sat 10-6, Sun 12-6

About Hillsboro Main Library

The Hillsboro Main Library houses almost 300,000 items on two floors. The Storytime room and materials for young people are on the first floor, along with movies, music, large print books, and materials in various world languages. Coffee shop service is available in the lobby. On the second floor, shelving stacks of adult nonfiction and fiction collections are on the north end of the building. Other features of the second floor include an art gallery area, a quiet reading room with newspapers and magazines, study rooms and conference rooms. Public computers are located on both floors. Study rooms, conference rooms and computers may be reserved and used with your library card.

Backed by Dawson Creek corporate park and with over 300 parking spaces in front, this 77,000 square foot building includes rentable spaces for community organizations and events.

Hillsboro Public Library began providing library services in 1914 with a Carnegie funded building on Second Avenue and Lincoln Street. In 1975 the Library was moved to a new building in Shute Park and in 1990 the Tanasbourne Town Center Library became a branch of Hillsboro when the area annexed. As the City grew, larger space was needed and the current building was purchased in 2005. The library collections moved from leased space in the Tanasbourne Village Mall for this building’s opening of the first floor in May 2007.

9/20/2014

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: September's book will be Belle Prater's Boy by Ruth White. This is a book discussion group for mothers (or another significant woman in a girl's life) and girls in grades 3-5.

9/21/2014

1:30 PM to 2:15 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: 30 to 40 minutes of age-appropriate stories, early literacy tips, fingerplays, and movement activities.

9/22/2014

10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: 15 minutes of storytime with nursery rhymes and music. Newborns, crawlers, and 1-year-olds play with toys, books and each other while adults enjoy an opportunity to socialize.

9/22/2014

10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: Stories, songs, finger plays and plenty of group participation in 20 minute sessions followed by playtime and an opportunity for adults to socialize. For toddlers 24-36 months.

9/22/2014

11:15 AM to 12:00 PM - Hillsboro Main Library:
Stories, songs, finger plays and plenty of group participation in 20 minute sessions followed by playtime and an opportunity for adults to socialize. For toddlers 24-36 months.

9/22/2014

4:30 PM to 5:45 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Young readers develop reading skills and confidence by reading aloud to trained therapy dogs during private 20-minute sessions on Mondays and Thursdays. The first session begins at 4:30 pm. Participants will receive a certificate of completion. Registration is required by phone or at the Library.

9/23/2014

8:30 AM to 9:30 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Join our walking program twice a week for nineweeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 AM to walk the library grounds.One-hour sessions include information about exercising safely, warm upexercises, 20 minute walk, and cool down exercises. Co-sponsored by theArthritis Foundation and the OSU Extension Service. Registration is encouraged,but not required, onlineor at the Library.

9/23/2014

11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: Interested in downloading free e-books from the library? Drop in to see the new, easy to use e-book service available through WCCLS.org. Learn how to download books to your device, enjoy refreshments, and enter to win a tablet.

9/23/2014

6:30 PM to 7:15 PM - Hillsboro Main Library: 30 to 40 minutes of age-appropriate stories, early literacy tips, fingerplays, and movement activities.

9/24/2014

10:15 AM to 11:00 AM - Hillsboro Main Library: Fingerplays, singing and movement activities accompany the reading of various picture books for about 30 minutes. For preschoolers 3-6 years.