This event is in the "Adults" group.

Learn Library Apps: Coursera/LinkedIn

10:00am - 11:00am
Montecito
Closed
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Library Branch: Montecito
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Adult Literacy, Books & Reading, Civic Engagement, Local History, Tech Skills
Registration Required
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Interested in learning how you can use library tools for personal learning or research needs? This monthly series will introduce you to library apps and digital resources available for free with your library card. Each class is designed to provide an...
This event is in the "Early Childhood (Ages 0-5)" group.

Bilingual Music & Movement | Central

10:15am - 10:45am
Central
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Library Branch: Central
Room: All Faulkner Galleries
Age Group: Early Childhood (Ages 0-5)
Program Type: Early Literacy, Spanish

All-singing, all-dancing morning of stories and fun! In this class, children and their caregivers learn how to develop early literacy skills through music, dancing, and creative play in English and Spanish. These sessions are designed for children ages 2 - 5, but children of all ages are welcome.

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Participants in this event may be photographed by Library staff. These photos may be used in promotional or educational publications, including in print, social media, and presentations. Please see staff if you do not consent to having your photo taken. Staff will obtain individual, signed photo releases of photographs that contain only an individual as opposed to a group.

This event is in the "School-aged children (Grades 3-6)" group.

Read to a Dog | Eastside

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Eastside
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Library Branch: Eastside
Age Group: School-aged children (Grades 3-6)
Program Type: Books & Reading, Early Literacy, Spanish

Practice your reading with our furry friend, Smith! Sign up at the desk for a 10-15 minute reading session, first come, first serve. Reluctant readers, emergent readers, and dog-loving readers are welcome! Our volunteer therapy dog team is certified by the Alliance of Therapy Dogs.

 

Disclaimer(s):

Participants in this event may be photographed by Library staff. These photos may be used in promotional or educational publications, including in print, social media, and presentations. Please see staff if you do not consent to having your photo taken. Staff will obtain individual, signed photo releases of photographs that contain only an individual as opposed to a group.

This event is in the "Teen (High School)" group.
This event is in the "Teen (Junior High)" group.

Teen Volunteer Time | Central

4:00pm - 5:30pm
Central
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Library Branch: Central
Age Group: Teen (High School), Teen (Junior High)
Program Type: Civic Engagement, Spanish

Teens are welcome to come and earn 90 mins of community service time every week at the Central Library. Teens will be helping with finding books, organizing library materials, preparing arts and crafts activities and other tasks.

Due to high volume, pre-registration will guarantee your participation. Drop-in spots may be available, depending on volume of work. Feel free to stop by to check!

This event is in the "Adults" group.

Crime Book Club | Virtual

5:00pm - 6:00pm
Virtual
Closed
Required
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Library Branch: Virtual
Age Group: Adults
Program Type: Books & Reading
Registration Required
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Join the Crime Book Club the first Wednesday of the month to discuss the best in mysteries, thrillers, and crime fiction. This meeting will meet via Zoom meeting and the link will be emailed to you the day before the meeting. April 2023 Tuesday Mo...
This event is in the "Teen (High School)" group.
This event is in the "Teen (Junior High)" group.
This event is in the "Adults" group.
Please note you are looking at an event that has already happened.
Library Branch: Eastside
Room: MLK Jr.
Age Group: Teen (High School), Teen (Junior High), Adults
Program Type: Arts & Culture, Book to Action, Civic Engagement
Details/Detalles:
Join SBPL for a screening of PUSH, a new documentary from award-winning director Fredrik Gertten, investigating why we can’t afford to live in our own cities anymore. Housing is a fundamental human right, a precondition to a safe and healthy life. Bu...