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SCPL News & Announcements - Posts Tagged 'Santa Cruz'
Due to exceptionally dry conditions, the Governor has declared a state-wide drought emergency and called on all citizens to cut back their water use by ...[Read More]
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Posted by teeterj on Feb. 14, 2014 at 12:30 p.m.
Certified Covered California Trainers will be at various Library branches in February and March to offer one-on-one help to answer questions about your specific situation ...[Read More]
This February, we have two very different art programs showing at our Scotts Valley and Downtown Branches.
Flower Power is the latest exhibit in the ...[Read More]
Did you know that the Santa Cruz Public Libraries helps you learn about local plants and animals that are endangered or threatened? Find the Endangered ...[Read More]
Your photos can become part of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ Local History Photo Gallery. Let’s tell the world the unique story of our ...[Read More]
Share your story about life in Santa Cruz County by helping us build the local history archive. Bring in your family's historical photos taken ...[Read More]
Covered California at the Library on 12/11
Certified educators from Covered California (obamacare) will be tabling at two branches on Wednesday December 11. People ...[Read More]
The Santa Cruz Public Libraries (SCPL) and Santa Cruz Rehearsal Studios (SCRS) are working together on a project to expand access to local music in ...[Read More]
Santa Cruz-based company Mobile Ranger has created a new iPhone/iPad app offering a mobile tour of West Cliff Drive and the north Coast of ...[Read More]
We're thrilled with the response so far to this year's NEA Sponsored Big Read! We're continuing to delve into the work of ...[Read More]
On Feb. 26, 2013 in the City of Santa Cruz, Sgt. Butch Baker and Officer Elizabeth Butler were killed in the line of duty. In ...[Read More]
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Posted by teeterj on March 4, 2013 at 8:15 a.m.
Join us as we celebrate local artists at our Downtown and Scotts Valley Branches.
First Friday is coming to the Downtown Branch on February 1st ...[Read More]
The library is participating in a coat drive in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Help spread Dr. King’s civic spirit by donating ...[Read More]
We're starting December off with a bang! We've got not one but two great booksales going on Saturday December 1st. The Friends of ...[Read More]
It was an exciting morning at the Downtown branch! The Space Shuttle Endeavor flew over Santa Cruz this morning on its way from Edwards Air ...[Read More]
Thanks to everyone who participated, our Kickstarter campaign was a success! 65 contributors helped us raise $5150 to help fund our public art project.
Libraries ...[Read More]
National Library Week is coming up soon, from April 8 through the 14th. To celebrate, county residents are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to ...[Read More]
Community Television of Santa Cruz County will air their video production of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries' 3rd Annual Teen Battle of the Bands. If ... [Read More]
Over 700 people enjoyed Saturday's 3rd annual Teen Battle of the Bands--and even more who couldn't be there in person watched a live ...[Read More]
What is life? And how can it be better lived? TEDGlobal 2011 will be a celebration of life, in all its forms. TEDxSantaCruz is hosting ... [Read More]
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We've added a new album to the Local History Photograph Collection to commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake. The album ...[Read More]
The Santa Cruz Public Libraries (SCPL) is joining with local bookstores to put materials on library shelves and support local businesses. Library supporters can buy ...[Read More]
We've added several new articles to the Local History Articles section of our website. The articles, by local authors Barry Brown and Paul Tutwiler ...[Read More]