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Try a Book Club This Year

We have books clubs for all ages.  Try one today.  - Biography book club will be starting the first Monday of the Month in January.

20-Something Book Club - First Tuesday of the Month, 7 pm

 Are you between the ages of 18 and 29 and interested in books? Come to the 20-Something Book Club.

Kid's Book Club, First Tuesday of the Month, 3:30-4:30 pm

September is National Library Card Sign- Up Month!

If you don't ave a library card September is the month to get one! Get a free pencil when you sign up for a library card and enter our raffle for a $25 coupon to spend at an upcoming Friends Book Sale! 

Bring in your photo ID and verification of your current address and you can be on your way to checking out a variety of items both from the Library and from our extensive list of online resources.

Children 4 and older can also get a card when a parent (or legal guardian) comes in with them. 

Dial 2-1-1 for Essential Community Services

After the recent earthquake in Napa, it is a good time to remind our community that if you need a toll-free live professional with information and/or referrals regarding health and human services, 24/7 and in a variety of languages - dial 211 from your landline or cell phone.

Library Jobs

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Summer Reading Programs end August 31

It's not too late to collect your prizes for all of the Summer Reading Programs. 

Come in by Sunday, August 31st.

SolTrans System Restructuring Input

If you missed the SolTrans Restructuring Open House yesterday it's not too late to  voice your ideas on how a future transit network should look. Your input is important.  Take a look at the proposed changes and take the online survey.

September 18 is Read an eBook Day

New Library to Go users can try the new Overdrive ebook app for Android, iOS, Nooks, Kindles, and Windows 8.  This update features the long-awaited elimination of the Adobe Authorization step from the app installation process—one of your most frequently requested enhancements!

Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Q&A

The news is full of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and the two patients who have been transported to the United States for treatment. You may have questions. The CDC has issued information on the ebola outbreak in West Africa.  Please see their webpage or the attachment below for answers to your questions.

Library to Go Holds and Check Out Features

Library to Go has added new features to your holds.  When you place a hold you can now check mark a box to automatically check out your hold to you when it is ready.   No more worries about missing the notification that your hold is ready. 

Secondly, you can now suspend your holds, if you are not ready to receive it yet.  Log into Library to Go with your library card number and click on Account and then click on "Click Here to Review Your Holds."  Click the Options button on each hold and select the option you want.

Benicia MakerSpace

Arduino

Arduino Workshop

Wednesday, November 5

6:00 - 8:00 pm

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