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Join us on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings for English as a Second Language classes, presented by the San Juan Unified School District. Students will develop their skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing while learning about American culture. Parents with children are welcome! Activities for children will be provided during class, including a storytime on Wednesdays led by a librarian. Students may begin attending anytime. The classes are FREE, but registration with SJUSD is encouraged. The instructor will give you information about registration at your first class.
Come learn about the culinary findings of the early Chinese pioneers who built the Transcontinental Railroad and the birth of the present day Chinese American culture. Chef David Soo Hoo was born in San Francisco to Cantonese immigrants who owned Chinese-American restaurants in Sacramento.
Join other area teens in our community room for our after school drop-in Teen Space! Hang out, geek out and mess around games, crafts, and friends! Teen Space occurs weekdays from 2:30 - 4:30 PM (except Thursdays 1:30 - 4:30 PM) and is open to teens and tweens 12 - 18 years old.
Meals at the Library provides
healthy, free meals to kids when school is out. By satisfying hunger we put
the focus back on reading and learning. Bring the kids for a
meal and spend time at the library. Every Monday and Wednesday from 4-5pm. Ages 18 and younger.
Staff from California’s 7th Congressional District will be at the Fair Oaks Library on behalf of Congressman Ami Bera. During their quarterly Constituent Services Office Hours, they will help constituents resolve problems and provide information about federal agencies, such as the Social Security Administration, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
This program offers English language learners the opportunity to practice their conversational English in a relaxed, fun way. Meet people, make new friends, share experiences, and more. Beginners and all levels are welcome! No registration is required.
Please join us starting at 10:00 a.m. for books, songs, stories, and fun. Miss Lindsay and her guitar always make this storytime a fun event. Everyone is welcome to stay for our STEAM stay and play activity of the day. Recommended for ages 0-5.
Talk, sing, read, write, and play with us! Children ages 0-5 and their caregivers are invited to join Mrs. Chacha for 30 minutes of fun songs, rhymes, stories, and fingerplays, all designed to build early literacy skills. Families are encouraged to stay after for 30 minutes of play. Siblings are welcome to attend.
Enjoy a relaxing morning of knitting with fellow yarn enthusiasts. Anyone interested in knitting and crocheting (even beginners), are welcome to join in. This is not an instructional class, but assistance is available. Bring your own supplies and a project to work on.
Talk, Sing, Read, Write, and Play with us! Preschoolers ages 3 - 5 years and their caregivers are invited to join Mr. Ricardo for 30 minutes of fun songs, rhymes, stories, and fingerplays, all designed to build early literacy skills. A play-time with age-appropriate, educational toys follows this program. This is a free program hosted by the Franklin Community Library.
Join us for an unstructured social time for babies and toddlers (ages 0 and up!--older siblings are welcome as long as everyone can play nicely together), and their caretakers. Developmental toys and board books will be available. These informal play sessions will be immediately followed by a storytime for babies and toddlers (ages 0-3 years) and their caretakers/families.
This program is supported by the Pocket-Greenhaven Friends of the Library.
Toddlers and their caregivers are invited to join us for fun songs, rhymes, stories, and movement activities, all designed to build early literacy skills. This program is aimed at children who are walking to age 3.
Join us for fun songs, stories, and rhymes, all designed to build early literacy skills. Stay afterward to play or do an art project. While the program is geared toward toddlers, older and younger children are also welcome!