The Dublin Library is pleased to announce new, expanded hours of service on Thursdays to meet the growing needs of Dublin’s community. Beginning on September 1, 2016, the Library will add Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., to its operating schedule. Funding provided by the City of Dublin enables the Library to remain open for two additional hours.
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Have you signed up for the 2016 Summer Reading Game? There’s still time to sign up and play. Sign up now through August 13 at: http://summer.aclibrary.org/ or at any branch of the Alameda County Library system.
The City of Dublin is constructing improvements in partnership with Alameda County Library to create a unique multi-function space at the Dublin Library. The construction period will be from July 2016 through late-fall 2016 and during that time the City will make every effort with its contractor to minimize the impact on adjacent spaces and public uses. The improvements will occur in the Dublin Library’s expansion space which is adjacent to the Children’s Area and Program Room.
Summer break can be a major source of anxiety for low-income families whose children receive free or reduced priced meals during the school year.
Alameda County Library is committed to serving every community and making the library a welcoming space that is open to all. This month, we are joining the American Library Association and hundreds of libraries nationwide in the celebration of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Book Month.
Alameda County Library is hosting its annual Summer Reading Game from June 13 to August 13. The game is open to all ages 0 – 100 +. With games for Pre-readers, Kids, Teens, and Adults – it’s a perfect family activity! The all‐ages game is fun, free, and easy to play. Players earn points and prizes by reading and completing various activities. The more you read, the more chances you can win.
Tech It Out, a kiosk that deploys iPads and Laptops at the Alameda County Library, just turned 1. Tech It Out is an innovative library program that reflects how libraries transform to adapt to the growing and changing world of technology and the needs of our communities.
FREMONT, CA (April 9, 2016) – Alameda County Library (ACL) joins in the celebration of National Bookmobile Day on April 13, 2016. National Bookmobile Day is an annual celebration that commemorates the nation’s bookmobiles and dedicated staff that provide vital library services to their communities. For more than 100 years, bookmobiles have delivered information, technology, and resources for life-long learning. READ MORE