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April 2019

SCCLD Battle of the Bands

Meet your 2019 SCCLD Battle of the Bands Lineup!

Eichler Homes: Birth, Death, Rebirth - Saturday, May 11th @ Saratoga Library

Editor Dave Weinstein will talk on Eichler homes at the Saratoga Library on May 11th, at 1:00pm.

Art Talk: Early Rubens - Friday, May 10, 11am @ Saratoga Library

Peter Paul Rubens was both a prodigious artist and one of the most extraordinary figures of the 17th century. Legion of honor docent Carol porter will discuss the current exhibit showing at the de Young Museum in San Francisco.

Vote Now for Your Teens' Top Ten 2019

Let us know what your favorite books are! Voting will close July 31, 2019 - so don't miss out!

"Lot of Fun" Carnival at Saratoga Library This Saturday!!

Carnival fun for the entire family at Saratoga Library - Saturday, May 4th!!

"Replay" by Ken Grimwood - Book Discussion @ Saratoga Library, May 6, 7:30pm

What if you could live your life over again? And again? And again? Join this discussion of Ken Grimwood's novel, Replay.

Finding Children's Fingerplays for Fun and Learning

Fingerplays encourage early literacy development in children. Here are some resources to find some to integrate into your storytimes at home.

Bunnies! Episode 6 Storytime Seedlings Podcast

Happy, hoppy BUNNIES is the theme for Episode 6 of the Storytime Seedlings Podcast. Join us for some hopping fingerplays, songs, a story, and, of course books!

Play to Learn at the Library

Blocks are super fun, and BIG BLUE BLOCKS are even better

Vaccinations - What's the Truth?

The current measles outbreaks have brought this issue to mind again. Amidst the controversy on whether vaccines are safe or not, your library offers information on both sides of the argument. Read, watch, and make an informed decision.

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