National Library Week is here! From April 9-15, 2017, libraries across the country celebrate the transformative nature of today’s libraries and the changing role of libraries, librarians, and library workers. Join us in celebrating all that our libraries do for and with our San Mateo County community. You can: Participate in our “Passport to Your Library […]Read More from Celebrate National Library Week
Visit our Lookmobile, an interactive mobile library designed to activate outdoor spaces and increase hands-on learning opportunities in San Mateo County communities. The Lookmobile offers visitors the opportunity to explore new ways of seeing their surroundings through interactive exhibits, fun experiments, and reflective activities. We invite the public to step inside and take a first […]Read More from Visit Our Lookmobile!
Calling all makers, learners, tinkerers, and builders! We invite the public to join us on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 7pm at the Belmont Library to help us plan for future makerspaces and digital media labs in our libraries. As the Maker Movement grows, San Mateo County Libraries continually strive to develop innovative programs for makers of all ages. Our […]Read More from Roadmapping Our Libraries’ Makerspaces
TAKE OUR QUICK ONLINE SURVEY — FOR EAST PALO ALTO RESIDENTS ONLY You’ve given us great feedback in our library community meetings about how to create your dream library. Now, we want to continue the conversation and ensure we understand your ideas, needs, and priorities for the East Palo Alto Library. Please help shape the […]Read More from What Does Your Dream Library Look Like?
We're excited to announce the launch of our new Lookmobile, an interactive mobile library designed to activate outdoor spaces and increase hands-on learning opportunities in San Mateo County communities. The Lookmobile offers visitors the opportunity to explore new ways of seeing their surroundings through interactive exhibits, fun experiments, and reflective activities. We invite the public […]Read More from Announcing Our New Lookmobile!
East Palo Altans of all ages are exploring ideas for their dream library at several community meetings. Over 50 participants came together on October 11th to imagine their perfect library, fully equipped with all the features that would describe their ideal space. Representatives from the architectural firm, Fog Studio, sparked people’s imagination with a visual […]Read More from Shaping the Future of the East Palo Alto Library
We're proud to share that the Urban Libraries Council (ULC) named us as one of 10 Top Innovators in the country in the category of Learning: Birth through Teens. A panel of expert judges selected our Talk Read Sing program from nearly 300 submissions in 10 categories that demonstrate the value and impact of public library service. We partnered with […]Read More from Urban Libraries Council Recognizes San Mateo County Libraries for Library Innovation
We are delighted to report that Phase 1 of the New Half Moon Bay Library Project is underway! The old Half Moon Bay Library building has been demolished. Construction is anticipated to begin this fall with the new library expected to open in 2018. For more information, visit the project website. While demolition and construction are going on, we […]Read More from Progress on the New Half Moon Bay Library
This September 25 - October 1, 2016, we’re celebrating Banned Books Week and the freedom to read. Every year, hundreds of books are either removed or challenged in schools and libraries in the United States. This annual event highlights the value of free and open access to information and aims to raise awareness about the harm […]Read More from Banned Books Week
On Tuesday, September 27, 2016, San Mateo County Libraries joins thousands of volunteers, celebrities, organizations, businesses, and elected officials from all over the country in celebrating National Voter Registration Day. Together, we are striving to Create an awareness of voter registration opportunities Ensure every American is registered to vote at their current address in time for the next […]Read More from National Voter Registration Day
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