All SCCLD locations will be CLOSED on Monday, February 20 for Presidents' Day. See regular library hours and locations. Read More
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Silicon Valley Reads 2017 Kick-Off Event

Silicon Valley Reads 2017 will be launch Thursday evening, February 23, at 7:30 p.m., at the Visual & Performing Arts Center on the De Anza College campus in Cupertino. 

Newsletter: Silicon Valley Reads 2017 & More!

Now in its 15th year, Silicon Valley Reads (SVR) is an annual community engagement program that uses books as the centerpiece for events and discussion on a timely and provocative theme. This year’s theme is … “and justice for all”.

Silicon Valley Reads 2017

In 2017, the 15th anniversary, Silicon Valley Reads focuses on “. . . and justice for all,” a conversation about the unconscious biases we all have, and how these assumptions, perceptions and prejudices can lead to people being treated unfairly, especially in the legal system. 

Join the #ReadersUnite Movement with SCCLD!

What are you reading in 2017? Help show the importance of reading by posting a picture of your current book on social media with the hashtag #ReadersUnite.

Newsletter: Happy New Year!

Expanded Hours,, & More in 2017!

Expanded Hours at Milpitas Library and Los Altos Library

Expanded hours at Milpitas Library & Los Altos Library effective January 3, 2017.

Our Vision: A Hunger-Free Community

The Santa Clara County Library District has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to support hunger relief in our community. 

Newsletter: Happy Holidays

Check out our holiday giving guide and find out more about Hour of Code.

Newsletter: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Delights at Your Library

2016 Teen Bookmark Art Contest Winners

The Teen Read Week Bookmark Art Contest theme was "Read for the fun of it!". All the following artwork was turned into bookmarks distributed at the Santa Clara County Library District Community Libraries. Congratulations to all our winners!

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