As we work, learn, and play from home, San Mateo County Libraries has been excited to offer online events and resources to keep us connected virtually.
As people around the world stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many of us are using our phones and computers to stay connected. At the San Mateo County Libraries, we want to help you discover the tools you need to tell fact from fiction.
June is Pride Month! This year, we’ll celebrate LGBTQ+ history, resilience, solidarity, and love online. Whether you’re planning remote movie night or hoping to feel connected with LGBTQ+ folks worldwide, here are some resources to honor Pride Month from home.
We’re all searching for ways to build new, healthy routines that nurture our bodies and minds. If you’re longing for the gym, you might be pleased to learn about the fitness videos streaming on Hoopla and Kanopy.
With long evenings and weekends at home, many are looking for their next engrossing TV series to watch. Here are 10 TV series available for free through Kanopy and Hoopla.
Most readers harbor little lists of classic literature we just haven’t gotten around to yet. Now is a great time to get revisit your "To-Read" list, and we can help you get started with eResources and digital titles.
Throughout May, San Mateo County honors Mental Health Awareness Month (MHAM)! Join us and Each Mind Matters in embracing this year’s Express Yourself theme.
2020’s Advanced Placement (AP) exams are scheduled to take place from May 11-22, with make-up exams June 1-5. However, due to COVID-19 and social distancing guidelines, the exams will look a little different this year. Despite necessary adjustments, 91 percent of AP students remain eager to complete their year of hard work and earn college…
Are you and your kids longing for library storytimes and bookstore readings? In addition to offering our own new staff-led online events, you can expand your imagination and hear from some of your favorite authors with #OperationStorytime.