Author Archives: Elizabeth Bowman
When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir is available to students, first-come, first-served. Learn more here.
You asked! We answered! More quiet study space in the library on lower level. Check it out.
Notice the changes in the lower level of the library? What’s happening to those books and shelves? Learn more!
February 9-14, the library will have free Valentine making materials available, inside the library for you to create your own cards. On Monday Feb 12, 11:30-1pm a special guest will be on hand to teach you to fold origami hearts and flowers,
Opportunities for community volunteering and valid sources for donations in the aftermath of the Thomas Fire and Montecito mudslide event.
How will you start this NEW year?
What are YOU welcoming?
How can YOUR library help you meet your goals?
Summer: a great time to learn and you can use your library.
Into the Beautiful North is the SBCC 2017 Reads book. Learn more…
Who determines what you are allowed to read? Come learn more about free speech, privacy and the freedom to read.