At the end of each September, libraries, booksellers, bibliophiles (lovers of books), and other advocates for intellectual freedom celebrate Banned Books Week. We celebrate the freedom to read, the fight … read more
Have you looked into SBCC’s Career and Technical Education program? Read all about it here.
Past and current library staff honor Donna Cobb, who retired from the Library this year after 52 years of service.
Summer: a great time to learn and you can use your library.
This week we are celebrating Children’s Book Week. Starting April 30, visit our display in the library entry area to view books that introduce children to topics in Science, Technology, … read more
On a balmy Saturday in March two SBCC librarians, Ellen and Sally, met up with Vivi in Baltimore, Maryland. While attending SBCC, Vivi worked at the Luria Library as a … read more
Meet SBCC’s new Resident Librarian and check into a new book that gives helpful guidance to newcomers.
Into the Beautiful North is the SBCC 2017 Reads book. Learn more…
When misinformation is rampant, how can we determine the accuracy of the information we consume, and find accurate information from different perspectives?
Aw! Come on and “check out” a dog, and see what that can do to lower your stress.