Celebrate the lives of inventors and the importance of their inventions.
Outside the Luria Library on Thursday, May 7, 2015 from 2:30-4:00 therapy dogs will be available. This free event will be open to all current SBCC students.
Forty years ago, this day in history marked the end of the Vietnam War, the longest conflict in American history. And forty years later there is still much that we can learn from the conflict.
Or dogs, rabbits, birds, pigs, fish, horses, dolphins, snakes, and llamas.
April is National Poetry Month. Read more here.
This week we are celebrating National Library Week so stop by the library to join in the celebration.
The library will be closed Saturday, March 28 through Sunday April, 5. But our online resources are always available.
This year’s theme for Women’s History is “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives”.
It is our duty to recognize the contributions and sacrifices of the brave and often overlooked women service members and Veterans.
Get a free copy of Orange Is the New Black at the library. This book sheds a unique light on life inside a women’s prison, by a Smith College graduate who did the crime and did the time.