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By Kate Degelau-Pierce on April 4, 2017
Central Park Library hosted a naturalization information session in late March, teaching about 40 attendees what the process was to become an American citizen. The library is excited to provide Citizenship Corner – a set of resources to help our customers become American citizens. From the program: When asked the most important advice she could […]
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on November 29, 2016
Ellin Klor, literacy volunteer extraordinaire, wrote up a piece about her work at the HomeSafe domestic violence shelter and their October activity. But, it is during dinner that the real high point of the evening occurs. We have brought our apple peeler corer slicer tools, and everyone gets to peel their own apple. It’s old […]
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on November 25, 2016
We’re going to be sharing a booth with the Library at the Family Fun Day and Closing Ceremonies for Sikh Awareness Month on December 3rd. Come on out and say hi!
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on January 4, 2016
The library keeps pretty close track of how their facilities get used – they are a public institution, after all! Here are the latest statistics: 1,132,723 people visited the library 26,937 children enjoyed the library 16,039 children borrowed something from the library There were 137,625 sessions on public computers 373 programs were presented to children at […]
By Kate Degelau-Pierce on December 21, 2015
The Santa Clara Library has been nominated for a Helen Putnam Award for its Sustainable U initiative! What’s Sustainable U? It’s a set of programs to help Santa Clarans live a healthier lifestyle. It’s things like: The seed library, where you can pick up and drop off seeds Being a delivery point for both CSA (community supported […]
By twingrove on August 26, 2015
We were proud to kick off Freshest Cargo’s new South Bay route at the Central Park Library today! The library, Kaiser Permanente, and Fresh Approach partnered on this event. Freshest Cargo is a mobile farmers market full of tasty, affordable, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables.
By keith on May 18, 2015
SCCLFF Newsletter for 2015 Each year, we send out a newsletter to all of the members of the Santa Clara City Library Foundation and Friends. If you’d like to get onto our mailing list and become a member, and get a copy mailed to you, in addition to the other benefits of membership, you can […]
By twingrove on May 6, 2015
Congratulations to Priya Mascarenhas, our Family Literacy Coordinator. She has been selected by the Santa Clara Unified District Board of Education to receive a 2015 Public School Week Award for her outstanding service to the school community. Priya was nominated for the award by the teachers of the Young Parents’ Center of Wilson High School for the family […]
By keith on June 18, 2014
The shelving is being installed this week in the Santa Clara Northside Library, as we and the city work towards the goal of having it open by August of 2014! Later this summer! Woo!
By keith on June 13, 2014
As the Santa Clara Weekly reports, the north side Santa Clara City Library branch opening up this August is among the largest expenses for this year. Everyone here is just excited to see this is still on track and happening, after so many years!