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San Joaquin County libraries offer online access through digital partnership

Those who have a library card through the Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library system now have access to more than ever before.

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Iron Road Exhibit comes to the Davis Branch Library in June

Iron Road Exhibit comes to the Davis Branch Library in June

(Woodland, CA) – From June 3 - 30, The Chinese and the Iron Road: Building the Transcontinental exhibit will be displayed at Yolo County’s Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, located at 315 E. 14th Street in Davis. Participants will learn about the Chinese railroad workers who were instrumental in building the first transcontinental railroad in the United States. Produced by the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum and the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project at Stanford University, this exhibit utilizes graphic panels to feature historical and contemporary photos, illustrations, stories of worker descendants and bilingual Chinese/English text written by railroad workers to tell this fascinating history.

STEAM Programs at the Keyes Library

STEAM Programs at the Keyes Library

Join the Keyes Library for two STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) programs during the month of May. Each program is recommended for children ages 10-14.

First, join the library for Snap Circuits on Tuesday, May 10 at 3 p.m. During this program, children will learn about electricity and assemble electrical circuits to power a voice changer and other fun toys.

Children can then come to the library for Magnets and Electricity on Tuesday, May 17 at 3 p.m. During this program, participants will also build electric circuits to create an electromagnetic field.

These programs are supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. For more information, please call the Keyes Library at 664-8006.

Mental Health Seminar at the Keyes Library

Mental Health Seminar at the Keyes Library

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness in a given year. During the Mental Health Seminar on Thursday, March 17 at 5:30 p.m., Alberto Gonzalez and Erika Aguilar with Telecare will discuss mental health resources in the community. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how to help yourself or those you love in this important seminar! This presentation will be in both English and Spanish. 

The Keyes Library is located on 4420 Maud Ave. For more information, please call 664-8006.

Estate Planning Seminar at the Keyes Library

Estate Planning Seminar at the Keyes Library

Do you need assistance with estate planning? Find help during the Estate Planning Seminar on Thursday, March 24 at 6 p.m. at the Keyes Library. During this seminar, attorney Julie Richardson will review the basics of estate planning, including a discussion of all of the documents you will need, plus other issues to consider. 

The Keyes Library is located on 4420 Maud Ave. For more information, please call 664-8006.

Reading Volunteer opportunities available through Reading Partners

Reading Volunteer opportunities available through Reading Partners

Launched in 2009, ​Reading Partners empowers students to succeed in reading and in life by engaging volunteers from the Sacramento community to provide one-on-one tutoring. With the help of almost 800 volunteers, Reading Partners provided individualized literacy tutoring to more than 480 elementary school students in 9 schools in low-income communities across Sacramento County in the 2014-15 school year. Using a highly effective, evidence-based program, Reading Partners has helped tens of thousands of children across the country master the fundamental reading skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. 

Reading Volunteer opportunities available through Reading Partners

Reading Volunteer opportunities available through Reading Partners

Launched in 2009, ​Reading Partners empowers students to succeed in reading and in life by engaging volunteers from the Sacramento community to provide one-on-one tutoring. With the help of almost 800 volunteers, Reading Partners provided individualized literacy tutoring to more than 480 elementary school students in 9 schools in low-income communities across Sacramento County in the 2014-15 school year. Using a highly effective, evidence-based program, Reading Partners has helped tens of thousands of children across the country master the fundamental reading skills they need to succeed in school and beyond.