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Join us for Explore and Learn, a program with fun learning activities for young children and their caregivers to meet others and play together.
This program is located at the: Franklin Community Library, 10055 Franklin High Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95757
No registration, drop-ins welcome
Email me with any questions you have about this program: Erin at email@example.com
See the full schedule at https://www.saclibrary.org/explore-learn
Families with young children are invited to join us at Robbie Waters Pocket--Greenhaven Library for songs, rhymes, and stories designed to build early literacy skills. Older siblings are welcome to attend.
storytime we provide toys and art supplies for extended learning and growth.
As an end of the year special, we’ll have our Teen Service Saturday and Teen Advisory Board at the same time! Teen Service Saturday is a drop-in volunteer session for junior high and high school students earning community service credits! Teen Advisory Board includes brainstorming and planning programs and general upkeep around the library. Bring your ideas (and your friends) and earn some community service credit. Drop-ins welcome! No registration required for either program!
The French novel À la recherche du temps perdu is known in English as either Remembrance of Things Past or In Search of Lost Time. It is a novel in seven parts by Marcel Proust that was published between 1913 and 1927. The first volume, Swann’s Way includes three parts: “Combray,” “Swann in Love,” and “Place Names.”
We will meet four times to discuss a section Swann's Way:
October 14: “Combray” pages 3 to 102 (end reading at “…indispensable to a stockbroker.”)
October 28: “Combray” pages 102 to 191
December 2: “Swann in Love” pages 195 to 300 (end reading at “…never mentioned again.”)
December 16: “Swann in Love” pages 300 to 396, “Place Names” pages 399 to 444.
Sacramento Public Library owns 15 copies of the Penguin edition translated by Lydia Davis. There are several additional e-book and e-audiobook editions available through Hoopla and Overdrive.This hybrid meeting meets in-person and via Zoom. We will meet on the fourth floor of Central Library in Room 409. Please be aware that metered street parking is in effect. Feel free to bring your favorite morning beverage to sip as we talk.
Join us for songs, rhymes, and stories designed to build the early literacy skills of young children. The program starts with storytime followed by activities for you and your child to meet others and play together. This program is for parents and caregivers with young (0-5) children; older siblings are welcome to attend. This event is presented in English.
Join us for Bilingual Storytime. Our librarians will share stories and lead you through songs and activities in English and Spanish.
Participate in a lively and engaging discussion of a wide variety of non-fiction titles. Copies of this month’s title are available for pick-up at the Fair Oaks Library’s circulation desk. New participants are always welcome!
This month we are discussing Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo.
Profiles everyday life in the settlement of Annawadi as experienced by a Muslim teen, an ambitious rural mother, and a young scrap metal thief, illuminating how their efforts to build better lives are challenged by religious, caste, and economic tensions.This program is supported by the Friends of the Sacramento Public Library.
Join us on the first Saturday of each month for our gaming social program for adults.
We’ll provide the games and refreshments; you bring the conversation and the fun. All experience levels welcome. If you have a favorite casual game you’d like to share, you are welcome to bring it.
Join us for a program featuring a special science, technology, engineering, art, or math activity every first Saturday of the month at 2 p.m. Are you up for a building challenge - or two? Every participant will pick a card for a random LEGO® challenge. Spend all of your time on just one challenge, or complete however many you want!