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Reducing your Textbook Costs

April 30, 2018-10:10 am
Zero-cost textbook icon

You might not have to purchase a textbook for your next class!

Celebrate National Library Week

April 08, 2018-5:42 pm
ALA National Library Week 2018

April 8-14 is National Library Week!

Sex traffic survivor to speak at SBCC

March 22, 2018-9:28 am
Author Carissa Phelps

Carissa Phelps was forced into prostitution when she was a teenager. With help, though, she went on to graduate from UCLA and become an attorney and advocate for sexually exploited … read more »

ASL and Deaf History Month 2018

March 18, 2018-9:09 am

Luria library is honoring National Deaf History Month. Deaf History Month celebrates Deaf culture and strives to build greater understanding of Deaf culture, history, civil rights, contributions, and achievements. It’s … read more »

Hap-pi π Day!

March 14, 2018-7:12 am
Pi symbol

3.14 is Pi Day! To celebrate, the SBCC Math Club will be in the library selling slices of pie, starting at 8am, until supplies run out. If you’re a Pi … read more »

In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, check out some recent eBooks on women’s issues around the world.

SBCC Reads 2018: The Little School

March 05, 2018-1:38 pm
Book cover for The Little School

This is our SBCC Reads book for 2018. Click here for more information about the book and upcoming events connected to it.

eBooks on Black History

February 19, 2018-8:52 am
Book cover for African Americans on the Western Frontier

The library has a wealth of materials on black history. In addition to the sampling of print books on display in this month, there are many ebooks for you.

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,

Ways we can help our community

January 12, 2018-12:03 pm

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