Cupertino

In Praise of Sun Tea

Posted on Friday, August 10, 2018 by Melissa Houle

Lose that soft drink! Quench your summer thirst with a glass of refreshing homemade iced tea.

Meet Go Go Biblio

Posted on Thursday, August 9, 2018 by Jeannie Takagi Hsu

Meet Go Go Biblio Santa Clara County Library District’s new outreach pool of electric vehicles to bring books, movies, fun and imagination from our libraries to the community. Four shiny new Go Go Biblios are making their way to their new homes at Cupertino, Los Altos and Saratoga libraries, with a fourth...

Online Access to Your Favorite Magazines with Flipster

Posted on Monday, July 23, 2018 by Lora Cokolat

Online Access to Your Favorite Magazines with Flipster Access your favorite magazine using Flipster.

July is National Ice Cream Month

Posted on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 by Jenny Robinson

July is National Ice Cream Month Pick up some cool books about ice cream at your library.

What's Making Her Angry Now?

Posted on Friday, May 25, 2018 by Cupertino Library Staff

What's Making Her Angry Now? After she left Tahiti, the fire goddess Pele sailed to the island of Hawaii and decided that her home would be in Mount Kilauea at the Halemaumau crater. 

Cupertino Library Expanding Hours

Posted on Friday, May 18, 2018 by Sara Scovil

Cupertino Library Expanding Hours Cupertino Library is adding new service hours Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays beginning June 1, 2018

Passport Services at Cupertino and Milpitas Libraries

Posted on Thursday, March 15, 2018 by Kelly Tatarakis

Passport Services at Cupertino and Milpitas Libraries Need to apply for or renew your passport? Milpitas and Cupertino Libraries are now accepting passport applications. Apply online at www.sccl.org/passport

OverDrive's Digital Bookmobile Coming to Cupertino!

Posted on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 by Kelly Tatarakis

OverDrive's Digital Bookmobile Coming to Cupertino! Come see how easy the OverDrive and Libby apps are for browsing and borrowing ebooks and audiobooks on multiple devices!

Dying to be With His Girlfriend

Posted on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 by Roslyn Donald

Dying to be With His Girlfriend Milo, a fishing guide, is about to be eaten by a shark. Dying is not new to him. He has died more times, and in more ways, than anyone else ever has.

Getting Ready for My U.S. Citizenship

Posted on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 by Nathalie Jackson

Getting Ready for My U.S. Citizenship Why did I want to get my U.S. Citizenship?  I wanted to have more opportunities. When I became a resident through my husband, my first goal was to drive.  I needed to drive to work and to take my daughters to school and to appointments. I was nervous and scared to take my driving test...

Do your Research from Home!

Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 by Cindy Wee

Do your Research from Home! Need a magazine article for a homework assignment? With your library card, you can find articles at home.

FREE Flu Shots at Five SCCLD Libraries

Posted on Thursday, September 28, 2017 by Jeannie Takagi Hsu

FREE Flu Shots at Five SCCLD Libraries The Santa Clara County Library District and Santa Clara County Public Health Department have teamed up to help people stay healthy during flu season. This October, experienced Public Health Nurses will be administering FREE flu shots to adults 18 yrs and older. For maximum protection...

Discover the Maker in You!

Posted on Monday, September 25, 2017 by Jeannie Takagi Hsu

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

Herstory Exhibit: The Legal History of Chinese-American Women

Posted on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 by Roslyn Donald

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

Posted on Thursday, September 14, 2017 by Jenny Robinson

International Talk Like a Pirate Day Avast, library buccaneers!  Read on to discover buried book treasure.

Andy Z Blasts into your Library this Fall!!

Posted on Thursday, September 7, 2017 by Tina Drew

Andy Z Blasts into your Library this Fall!! These exciting concerts by Andy Z, featuring fun interactive songs for kids ages 2-8 are just one example of the many free library events that help build early literacy skills in young children.

What SHOULD they read?

Posted on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 by Melissa Houle

What SHOULD they read? Maybe some anger management for Laertes? Grief counseling for  Horatio? A bit of late-night recreational  reading for Fortinbras, to take his mind off the problems of regime change?

What Would Ophelia Read?

Posted on Saturday, July 15, 2017 by Melissa Houle

What Would Ophelia Read? Why is love so confusing and so difficult? One day Prince Hamlet's writing you love poems, the next, he says "get thee to a nunnery!"  What would Ophelia read?

What Would Polonius Read?

Posted on Monday, July 10, 2017 by Melissa Houle

What Would Polonius Read? Why, when you have so much wisdom and experience to impart, will no one listen to you?  

Newsletter: Summer Fun at the Library

Posted on Thursday, June 1, 2017 by Jeannie Takagi Hsu

Newsletter: Summer Fun at the Library Design your best summer yet!

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