Final week of the Summer Reading Program, Every Hero Has A Story!
It is the final week of the Library's free summer reading program, Every Hero Has A Story. The program started on June 6, and kids must complete and turn in all eight book reports by Friday, August 7 to receive an invitation to the Library’s end-of-summer Carnival on Saturday, August 8, featuring games, entertainment, and a petting zoo! If you haven't registered for the program yet, please do so by August 2, at any branch of the San Leandro Public Library. Questions? Please call the Children's Library at 577-3960.
Join us on Thursday, August 13, from 7 pm to 8 pm at the Main Library Lecture Hall for an Indian dance performance by the Shri Krupa Dance Company (SKDC) in celebration of Indo American Heritage! The SKDC is the oldest Indian classical dance school in the San Francisco Bay Area and was founded by the world-renowned Bharatanatyam teacher, dancer and choreographer Guru Vishal Ramani. The event is free and no registration is required. For more information, call the Main Library Information Desk at 510-577-3971.
Adult Summer Reading Program Field Trip
The Library will host a field trip to the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco on Saturday, August 15, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. The Walt Disney Family Museum presents an inspirational journey through the life of Walter E. Disney. Join us as we escape the ordinary by exploring extraordinary places. The trip fee is $20 per person which includes transportation, tour fees, and a copy of the book The Shelf. Space is very limited, so come to the Main Library Information Desk soon to secure a space on the trip. If you have any questions, please call 510-577-3971.
San Leandro Public Library invites you to Escape the Ordinary by exploring heroes, superheroes, and extraordinary people, places and activities. Sign up at any San Leandro Library for the 2015 Adult Summer Reading Program, and you’ll be eligible to win prizes for reading or listening to books!