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SCPL News & Announcements - Posts Tagged 'SCPL Friends'
Support Your Library at Discretion Brewing!
Discretion Brewing will donate 20% of their beer sales to the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries on ...[Read More]
Join us at the Downtown Branch to get your holiday shopping done early! Find the perfect gift for the book lover in your life at ...[Read More]
Mother and daughter weavers Ellen and Lucy Begay spent their lives in the enchanting land of the Diné, or Navaho, people in northeastern Arizona. Weaving ...[Read More]
Come shop from THOUSANDS of books at the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries annual Fall Book Sale!
November 14 — Friends Members Only
Come join the Friends of the Santa Cruz Libraries at Community Tuesdays at Shadowbrook Restaurant! When you make your reservation or order, be sure to ...[Read More]
Come join the Friends of the Santa Cruz Libraries at Woodstocks!
When you order, tell them you love your libraries and Woodstocks will donate up ...[Read More]
Join the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries for a cold beer and great books at Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing.
11:30am - 10:00pm ...[Read More]
The Friends of the Scotts Valley Library invites you to "Hops & Harvest," a celebration featuring live music with pairings of food and drink from local ...[Read More]
Join us at the Downtown Branch for a talk by Beth Baker, author of With With a Little Help from our Friends: Creating Community as ...[Read More]
Come to the End of Summer Book Sale at the Aptos Branch, hosted by the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries.
End of Summer ...[Read More]
Join us for the Spring Book Sale hosted by The Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries!
10-11am — Members only
11-3pm — Open to the Public ...
Today Discretion Brewing is supporting the SCPL Friends during Love Mondays. It was so much fun last time that we are back today from 11 ...[Read More]
Come support your libraries and get a great deal on books at the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Library's two day book sale ...[Read More]
Come out to the Shadowbrook Restaurant this Tuesday to support your libraries! Shadowbrook will be donating a third of all sales on the 22nd to ...[Read More]
The Friends of the Scotts Valley Library invites the local community to "Hops & Harvest," a celebration featuring live music with pairings of food and drink ...[Read More]
The Scotts Valley Library’s ‘Art in the Library’ program is busy with preparations to showcase eight local, diverse, well-traveled photographers in its next installation ...[Read More]
To grow support for our libraries' tutoring program, Poet Laureate David Swanger invites you to an after-hours mixer with drinks and appetizers at the Branciforte ...[Read More]
The Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries invite you to join us at our Spring Book Sale -- this year we'll be in the ...[Read More]
Never before have we attempted it: a library benefit sale devoted entirely to electronic media. From music to movies to audiobooks, you'll find all ...[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]
We may have a job for you! The Aptos Branch has an immediate need for the following:Read More]
Architectural drawings are now available for viewing. These renderings, created by Group 4 Architects, can be viewed at the Scotts Valley Chapter of the Friends ...[Read More]
Our popular brown bag series for business owners is back! This year's theme is "Business 2.010". Once a month, from 11:45am- 1pm ...[Read More]
The January 2010 Friends of the Library Newsletter was printed and mailed with a calendar error. Munching with Mozart and the Central Branch Book Discussion ... [Read More]
Bliss Salon in Aptos raised $1065 on Saturday, November 14 for the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Library System Book & Media Fund. One hundred ...[Read More]