On Friday, September 2nd, San Mateo County Libraries invites you to join us for Art Break Day. Come to our libraries to “take an art break” and create art for free. Art Break Day, created by the nonprofit Art is Moving, is an annual worldwide event where people of all ages are given the supplies and […]Read More from Art Break Day
The world lost a legend on Sunday. The beloved top-selling icon from Mexico, Juan Gabriel, passed away at his Santa Monica home from a heart attack at the age of 66. Born on January 7, 1950 as Alberto Aguilera Valadez in Parácuaro, Michoacán he is known around the world as "El Divo de Juarez." He […]Read More from El Divo de Juarez
This year's Mid-Autumn Festival will take place on September 15! Also known as the Day of Reunion or the Moon Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates the harvest moon at its brightest and fullest. It's a time for family and for celebrations and for delicious mooncakes. Growing up in Singapore, I loved the brightly colored animal-shaped lanterns […]Read More from Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival
San Mateo County Libraries and our partners - the City of Half Moon Bay and San Mateo County - are pleased to announce that after years of hard work and thoughtful effort, ground has been broken for the new Half Moon Bay Library! On Friday, July 29, 2016, city and county officials gathered together with […]Read More from Half Moon Bay Library Groundbreaking
Rev up the school buses, ring those bells! School is almost back in session. Fuel your excitement for the 2016-2017 school year with these newly acquired back to school titles. The Way to School Kids all over the world travel to school in unique ways. In Brazil, kids may ride on a cart pulled by an […]Read More from Back to School Books
If you ever get the chance to see an author read their book in person, I urge you to do so--especially children's book authors. It is a delight to hear them read aloud, and to witness the amusing banter that occurs between them and their young fans. Libraries, bookstores, and book festivals are just a […]Read More from Children’s Authors Read to You
Happy August, everyone! Summer is halfway through, Target already has their Halloween section up and Major League Baseball’s trade deadline is officially in our rear-view mirror. At this point of the grueling 162-game season, baseball nerds alike can now make an educated assumption of which teams have a fighting chance at the postseason and which teams are now […]Read More from MLB’s Dog Days of Summer
Calling all Pokémon Trainers. Are you on the road to become a Pokémon Master? Well here are some facts, tips, and hints to help you along the way. Did you know you can catch Pokémon at your local library? Check out Jessica's blog Pokémon Go: Catch’em at the Library! for more info. Have any tips or […]Read More from Pokémon Go: Facts, Tips, and Hints!
If you're like us, you didn't make the USA Olympic Team, but that doesn't mean you can't be an armchair athlete and still enjoy the sights and sounds and flavors of one of the world's most spectacular cities! Just checkout our books and DVDs and you'll be feeling like a Carioca in no time at […]Read More from Who’s going to Rio?!
DC Comics is fighting back against Marvel with its heavy-hitting Wonder Woman and the (hopefully) zany Suicide Squad! Don't know what Suicide Squad is? Think about Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Boomerang, El Diablo, Killer Croc, and Enchantress Check out these trailers and tell us which was your favorite! First Trailer: Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody Second Trailer: The […]Read More from Suicide Squad
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