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Morgan Hill Library

660 West Main Ave.
Morgan Hill, CA 95037


Monday1pm - 9pm*
Tuesday1pm - 9pm*
Wednesday1pm - 9pm*
Thursday10am - 6pm
Friday10am - 6pm
Saturday10am - 6pm
SundayClosed

* Self service lobby hour, 12 - 1pm.

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Phone:(408) 779-3196

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Morgan Hill Library News

Autumn Storytime

Posted on Saturday, November 3, 2012 by Morgan_Hill_Kids

The Busy Little Squirrel Happy Fall Everyone! Last week during our Thursday preschool and toddler storytimes, I pointed out some ways that parents could practice rhyming words with their children. Researchers have found that one of the early literacy skills that children need to be able to learn is to hear the smaller sounds in words. This is called Phonological Awareness. Learning to rhyme is one part of this . . . more »

Friends have great buys in the library bookstore and online!

Posted on Thursday, November 1, 2012 by MorganHillLibrary

Morgan Hill Friends of the Library Bookstore Many who visit the Morgan Hill Library know that the library has a great bookstore in the lobby run by the Friends which has terrific items for sale at great prices. What many may not know is that many of the items donated to the library are sold online in the Friends' Amazon Bookstore. Check it out for some holiday gift giving ideas and to . . . more »

Friends of the Morgan Hill Library Fall Book Sale

Posted on Wednesday, October 3, 2012 by MorganHillLibrary

2 boys at library booksale Saturday, October 13, 2012 10-3 p.m. In the program room of the library. This sale has many teen and children’s books, videos, books on tape and audio tapes, all just 10 cents each. There is a special preview sale from 9 a.m.. - 10 a. m.. Members of the Friends and those who purchase memberships at the door are able to purchase items BEFORE the . . . more »

Buzzzz....backyard beekeeping at the Morgan Hill Library this Thursday!

Posted on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 by HylaryL

File:Honey Bee (India).jpg Don't miss the Morgan Hill Library's first ever program about Backyard Keepkeeping, this Thursday October 4, 2012 @ 7:00 PM! Wayne Pitts, President of the Gilroy Beekeepers Association and owner of Uvas Gold Apiary, suppliers of bee products, will be presenting about this fun and beneficial hobby, as well as about the importance of bees in our environment. Buzzzz on over to the library and . . . more »

Zinio eMagazines for your mobile device

Posted on Monday, October 1, 2012 by LibraryAdministration

eMagazines on portable devices View the complete full-color digital copy of your favorite magazines through Zinio, our new eMagazine service. Read your favorite titles page-for-page in the same way you would read the paper version. Enhanced features: Keyword searching within each magazine, Full-page and thumbnail grid view, Printing of single or multiple pages (depending on permissions) Multimedia elements such as audio and video for select titles. Access is available . . . more »

Get the first library newsletter!

Posted on Friday, September 28, 2012 by LibraryAdministration

September Newsletter screenshot Beginning with the September inaugural edition, the library will publish a monthly e-newsletter that will be available here on our website and also through email subscription. If you’d like to be added to the monthly distribution list, please sign up here. In our first issue, Meet Nancy Howe, our new County Librarian Learn about the Reading Program and how you can get involved Check out . . . more »

Cool Season Veggie Gardening: tomorrow night @ the Morgan Hill Library!

Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 by HylaryL

Thursday September 20, 2012 @ 7:00 PM at the Morgan Hill Library Please join Joan Cloutier, Master Gardener, for a presentation on growing cool season vegetables. The talk will cover the types of vegetables that grow well during the cool season. She will discuss soil preparation, timing for planting, how much to plant, succession planting and harvesting tips.

California grown: the benefit (and fun!) of creating your own edible garden!

Posted on Friday, September 14, 2012 by HylaryL

California Fruit & Vegetable Gardening There are few things more delicious than freshly grown produce. From incredibly crisp lettuce to tree-ripened apricots to moist, crunchy carrots...enjoying a mouthful of flavor straight from the ground is enchanting! So why is it that so many of us eat produce that has been shipped for weeks from around the world and has lost most of the luster it had when it was freshly . . . more »

The sequels are coming...

Posted on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by Nichole_TeenLit

Crown Of Embers This is the year of the sequel in teen fiction. There are so many blockbuster first books that are coming out with the next installment in the hopes of keeping the hype alive. Here are some sequels that are highly anticipated. Don't worry if the holds lists are really long, start or reread the first book before the next one comes out. Crown Of Embers . . . more »

Embracing allergy-friendly cooking: it's possible!

Posted on Thursday, August 23, 2012 by HylaryL

Allergy-friendly Food for Families It seems like whenever someone is diagnosed with a food allergy or intolerance that automatically means that all forms of gourmet home cooking are doomed. Say goodbye to your old favorites, it's cardboard and water from here on out, right? Wrong! More and more, celebrated chefs and nutrition experts are devoting time and energy to publishing allergy-friendly cookbooks that can turn your kitchen into a . . . more »

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