Join us in celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month this May. Check out our library staff-curated list of resources.
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The San Leandro Public Library is excited to announce the limited reopening of our Main Library starting Wednesday, May 19th!
Library staff are working hard to get the Main Library ready to welcome you back for in-person services including computer use, printing, and collection browsing. More details will be shared soon.
Please continue to check our social media pages and our Limited Reopening webpage for the latest information.
Our contactless Curbside Holds Pickup Service and Mobile Printing Service are available Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 10:00 am – 4:30 pm.
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Come and join us, Thursday, May 13, 6pm-7pm, as we launch our very first History Readers Book Club meeting!
The San Leandro History Museum staff will be hosting a monthly virtual book club via Zoom every Second Thursday of the month from 6-7pm. This monthly Zoom Book Club is open to all adults interested in joining, to discuss books. Not a fan of Historical Fiction books? We welcome readers of all genres and interests to join us and discuss their current reads or just to come chat and get some recommendations from other attendees in the community.
This book club has no commitments, come once, attend regularly, not a reader, or just want to hear people discuss what they're reading--All are welcome!
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Once registered, you will receive an email with the meeting zoom link.
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The San Leandro Public Library is excited to announce two important changes effective March 1, 2021: The Library is going overdue fine free and eliminating its fee card policy! Both policy changes are being implemented to continue to make the San Leandro Public Library a more inclusive and equitable place for all patrons.
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In the face of escalating violent attacks against Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities the City of San Leandro and the Library stand in unity with our AAPI communities. The City of San Leandro condemns these assaults and incidents of anti-Asian sentiment. We stand in solidarity with our AAPI colleagues and community in denouncing racism and expression of hate, discrimination, and xenophobia of any kind.
Use the link in our bio to view our updated our Anti-racist Resources and Reads page to find booklists, resources, and information to combat racism.