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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.

We’ve got a new year!

January 10, 2018-11:20 am

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

Thomas Fire map December 6

Here are some community resources, news sources, and donation opportunities

Prepping for Finals

November 28, 2017-4:43 pm
Sunrise over campus

Luria Library and numerous other SBCC departments want to help you prep for finals week, succeed, and keep your cool along the way.

Veterans Day 2017

November 06, 2017-9:52 am
Lincoln Memorial

On Friday, November 10, the library will close in observance of Veterans Day. Take time during this holiday to reflect on the reason. We will reopen Saturday, November 11, for … read more »

Day of the Dead 2017

October 23, 2017-5:43 pm
SugarSkull

Come celebrate el Día de los Muertos in and around the Luria Library!

Banned Book Week 2017

September 24, 2017-6:47 am
Banned Books Week logo

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 »

Career and Technical Education (CTE)

September 05, 2017-3:33 pm

Have you looked into SBCC’s Career and Technical Education program? Read all about it here.