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New Open Data Sets Available!

March 8, 2018 

The City has just released open data sets and online maps for its Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) and “SL-WiFiber” free Wi-Fi locations. You can access these interactive maps at: www.geosl.org.

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Wednesday February 19, 2020
10:15 AMToddler Time (Main Library)

Toddler Storytime: Just the right pace for you and your totally nonstop toddler up to age 3, we’ll enjoy stories, songs and active rhymes! For the months of January and February, toddler time takes place at 10:15am in the children's library.

1:30 PMPreschool Storytime (Main Library)

Preschool Storytime: Designed for children ages 3-6, our preschool storytime features longer picture books, plus plenty of flannel boards, puppets and songs. For the months of January and February, preschool storytime will take place inside the children's library.

2:15 PMTeen Lounge

Teens in grades 6-12 are welcome to grab a snack, watch a movie, play games on the Chromebooks, play boardgames, do homework, and hang out in Teen Lounge!

7:00 PMFamily Fun Night: African Village Rhythms (Main Library)

Family Fun Night: African Village Rhythms with Onye Onyemaechi

All ages are invited to dance and enjoy music and instruments with Onye, who brings the joy of African culture, music and the celebration of village life to the Library!


Thursday February 20, 2020
10:00 AMSenior Commission
The Senior Commission advises the City Council on matters relating to the status and condition of senior citizens within the City, assesses and reports to the council on the social, health and other needs of senior citizens and recommends methods of meeting such needs. The Commission has nine members who serve four-year terms. The Senior Commission meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the Senior Community Center, Located at 13909 East 14th Street.
10:30 AMManor Storytime

Toddlers and kids up to age eight --come sing some songs and listen to fun stories.

1:00 PMS.T.E.M. Lab for Grades K-5 (Main Library)

President’s Week S.T.E.M. Lab for Grades K-5

Drop by for some building activities! We’ll have Keva planks, straws & connectors, magna-tiles and more. Space is limited to the first 30 people due to room capacity. Please call 510-577-3960 with questions.

2:15 PMTeen Lounge

Teens in grades 6-12 are welcome to grab a snack, watch a movie, play games on the Chromebooks, play boardgames, do homework, and hang out in Teen Lounge!

4:00 PMTech Drop In

Do you have a tech device and need help using it? The Tech Drop In Lab, the Library's free technology help program.

The Tech Drop In Lab is designed for all ages and offers assistance using cell phones; tablets; laptops; operating systems; the Library's downloadable ebook collection, and RB Digital, the Library's digital magazine service. The library has trained volunteers ready to offer one-on-one assistance. All sessions are drop-in with no reservation necessary.

Those seeking assistance are asked to bring in their tech device; power cords; manuals; and account usernames and passwords.

4:00 PMUpstander Workshop Part 1 (Main Library)

Upstander Workshop for Kids in Grades 3, 4 & 5

When you see something unfair, do you speak up? At this workshop, we’ll explore what it means to be an upstander (part 1) and make a video (part 2 on February 29 at 2:00pm) about standing up for others. This is part of the Library’s Book-to-Action program.

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