Descubre y Ve/ Discover & Go

Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2012 by rosasem

Santa Clara County Library card The rainy and cold days have arrived. It’s time to find fun indoor activities. The Santa Clara County Library District has the perfect program: Discover & Go. Your SCCLD Library Card gives you access to a wide variety of Bay Area museums, aquariums and botanic gardens. Ya que llegaron los días de frio y de lluvia, es necesario buscar actividades divertidas que nos protejan de . . . more »

eReaders, eBooks & the SJ’s Tech Shops

Posted on Saturday, November 24, 2012 by rosasem

photo of eReaders There are so many new ways to access books and other digital reading matter on personal computers, smartphones and other portable devices. How to keep up? Gilroy Library staff offer tips and tricks to get the most out of free eBooks online and other Santa Clara County Library District services. Join us at the Gilroy Library -Saturday December 1st at 4:00pm If you would like . . . more »

Good Bye/ Adios -Carlos Fuentes

Posted on Thursday, November 8, 2012 by rosasem

Photo of Author, Carlos Fuentes with his hands together. We have recently celebrated Day of the Dead- or Day of Life as known to the Aztecs. I would like to pay homage to Carlos Fuentes, Mexican author. Fuentes is famous around the world, but specially in the Ibero-American world. Some of his most famous books are The Old Gringo, Death of Artemio Cruz, Aura, Burnt Water, and Terra Nostra. The Santa Clara County Library . . . more »

Welcome ~ Bienvendios

Posted on Friday, August 31, 2012 by rosasem

Picture of Santa Clara County Library Card Hello, Welcome to the Santa Clara County Library District blog about Spanish and bilingual services and resources. Via this blog, you will find clear and helpful information about free programs offered in libraries and at our serving communities. Also, you will find recommended books, e-books, movies, CDs, and many other tips. So how do you obtain the best library services? Santa Clara Library District residents . . . more »