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Saturday, Oct. 5, at the John Steinbeck Library, 110 San Luis St., Salinas. Browse hundreds of gently used books and various multimedia items...Become a Friends of the Salinas Public Library member or renew your membership for $20 and receive a bag
Font Resize Marcos Cabrera ArtBeat Friends of the Salinas Public Library hosts a "Replace The Burned Books" book sale at 10a.m...All book proceeds will help replace more than 800 books lost in the library's March fire. Items for sale include gently
Herald Staff Writer After a makeover that took a little more than a year, the newly expanded Cesar Chavez Library in east Salinas is ready for its close-up. Workers are applying the final touches to the library this week in preparation for a long-
Font Resize Marcos Cabrera ArtBeat Youth Orchestra Salinas announced its 2012-2013 concert and event schedule. Salinas-based classical music training organization, works with local students in grades 3-7. It is based on the Venezuelan music education
48:17 PM PDT Updated: 09/03/2012 05:48:17 PM PDT CoderDojo doesn't necessarily roll off the tongue...But by the time students earn their black badge, they'll be fluent in them all. An international idea spreading faster than a cute kitty video has
The 2-year-old mascot of the Salinas Public Library celebrated its birthday last month with cake and balloons for the human guests. More than 1.3 million viewers have logged on to the SnappyCam website to view Snappy munching on tasty Salinas Valley
The Salinas Public Library will create a new program leveraging the popularity of its bilingual mascot, Snappy the Library Tortoise. A family literacy mobile called the SnappyMobile will provide services to 2,500 families a year. The SnappyMobile
Elizabeth Banez, 14, left, and Vienna Banez, 12, search for books during the Children's Storytime Program...To make a donation to the Cesar Chavez Library remodeling project, contact Elizabeth Martinez, city library director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library is trying to raise $6,250 through www.kickstarter.com/ projects/henrymillerlibrary, a pledge drive website. As of noon Thursday, the library had raised more than $2,700. Per the site's guidelines, the project must raise its goal by April
The Salinas Public Library is inviting residents to attend an event that is set to bring together the regions Dust Bowl families, who will share their memories of that era. The free event, Dust Bowl Families Get Together, is scheduled between 1 p.m.