September 2017

Explore Military Records with Fold3

Research a growing collection of US military records from the Revolutionary War to the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts with Fold3.

Announcing the Wall Street Journal

Comprehensive coverage of the Wall Street Journal, the world's leading financial newspaper, from 1984 to the present.

Aesthetic Pruning for the Native Garden @ Saratoga Library

Drawing from her new garden memoir Cutting Back, Leslie Buck will discuss the natural garden pruning traditions of Japan.

We have eMagazines!

Your favorite magazines are online and free with your SCCLD library card.

Discover the Maker in You!

In October, SCCLD will be hosting four different types of maker programs throughout the library district and debuting RoboDraw!

Civics Lesson with Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren @ Saratoga Library

Saratoga Library and the League of Women Voters of Southwest Santa Clara Valley present an informative program on Keeping Abreast of Federal Legislation and Understanding How You Can Impact It.

Herstory Exhibit: The Legal History of Chinese-American Women

Confucius once said "Lawsuits only bring disasters to all involved." He was wrong. A legacy of brave Chinese American women dared to defy this tradition by launching a series of lawsuits which not only changed their own lives but consequently cemented the human rights of all Chinese...

International Talk Like a Pirate Day

Avast, library buccaneers!  Read on to discover buried book treasure.

Books! Libros! Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month

Every year from September 15th to October 15th, the United States of America observes the National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Newsletter: Talk, Sing, Read, Write and Play!

Learning to read begins long before children start Kindergarten. Reading success begins with these five simple practices that can be built into everyday activities: Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing and Playing.

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