Blog Posts

  • Come for a sneak peek of the ballet “La Fille Mal Gardee”!  The young dancers from Western Ballet School will perform some selections from the show with the story narrated. This special event will be on Thursday April 10th, at 7 pm in the Los Altos Library program room. ...
  • The Chinese language magazine - Tian Xia Za Zhi 《天下雜誌》 is now available at SCCLD. Current issue is on the display shelf on the 2nd Floor, in the language magazines section of the Cupertino Library. Older issues can be checked out. Tian xia za zhi 2013-2014 《天下雜誌》創立於1981年,...
  • Spring is here: the flowers are blooming, love is in the air, and the World Series hopes of millions of fans are flying high before they get pummeled back to earth by reality. That's right, baseball season is underway, and Bay Area fans have much to look forward to.  The Oakland A's...
  • EARTH DAY PROGRAMS @ CUPERTINO LIBRARY Children and their families are invited to celebrate Earth Day with an Eco-Tainment performance by Rock Steady Juggling. Performer/Educator Doug Nolan will delight library patrons of all ages with his juggling virtuosity, comedy antics and audience...
  •  In my last blog, I wrote about the role playing game "Astonishing Swordsmen and Sorcerers of Hyperborea", a new system based on original Dungeons and Dragons. Perhaps due to malign influence, I did not include their website where you can find more information from the author(s)...
  • main()  {         printf("hello, world");  }   Can code be poetry? Can poetry be code? Read about the Stanford University Code Poetry slam.  Create your own poetry by learning to write code: with Treehouse with the ...
  • April is National Poetry Month, which is the perfect time to celebrate poets and their craft. Classic poems, nursery rhymes, limericks, and name poems are all fun styles to explore with kids. Reading poetry to children helps them develop their vocabulary and literacy skills. The library is a great...
  • Is The Storied Life Of A. J. Fikry THE next big hit novel? Coming in as the #1 pick for April on both LibraryReads and IndieNext, and featured on NPR's All Things Considered, it may well be. It's on order at the library, so put a hold on it now before the list gets too long!...
  • In addition to being National Poetry month, April is the month that many high schools have spring break. During spring break a young person's fancy turns to... the library for some relaxing fun.  REALLY! Take a break and explore the fun side of the library. For example, have you ever...
  • Parents often ask the reference desk, “My son loves Wimpy Kid, are there other books like that?”  Good news! We have a suggestion list: “If You Like Diary of a Wimpy Kid Booklist” on the Kids Homepage.  If you're looking for more, here are some new additions:...

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