Author Archives: Elizabeth Bowman

SBCC Reads Fall 2018: When They Call You a Terrorist

When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir is available to students, first-come, first-served. Learn more here.

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More study space and new carpet!

You asked! We answered! More quiet study space in the library on lower level. Check it out.

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What’s happening in our lower level shelves?

Notice the changes in the lower level of the library? What’s happening to those books and shelves? Learn more!

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Valentine Workshop Feb 9-14 and Special Guest Feb 12

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,

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Ways we can help our community

Opportunities for community volunteering and valid sources for donations in the aftermath of the Thomas Fire and Montecito mudslide event.

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We’ve got a new year!

How will you start this NEW year?
What are YOU welcoming?
How can YOUR library help you meet your goals?

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Summer Sessions 2017!

Summer: a great time to learn and you can use your library.

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SBCC Reads 2017

Into the Beautiful North is the SBCC 2017 Reads book. Learn more…

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Library closed for winter break

Explore our
many online resources over the winter break.

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Banned Books Week

Who determines what you are allowed to read? Come learn more about free speech, privacy and the freedom to read.

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