There's a universe of stories just waiting for you at the Library this summer!
Sign up in person or on our website for our Summer Reading program beginning June 14th and come to one of the dozens of free programs we're offering throughout the summer. We've got music, fairies, science fun, cartooning, puppets, and theater... and that's just June!
For details on game cards, prizes, suggested reads and events, click here.
June is LGBTQIA Pride Month, an annual commemoration of LGBTQIA achievements and contributions to local, national, and international history and culture. Celebrate with us at the Library! Click here for info on Pride-related events, film screenings, book recommendations, community resources and more.
This seven week intensive coding class has been designed by and will be led by two high school students! This class is free and open to all but geared towards girls entering grades 7-9 to support bridging the gender divide in tech. Participants will:
•Consider social issues that interest them.
•Work in teams.
•Learn how to build an app that addresses a specific social issue of their choosing.
•Develop entrepreneurial skills and create a business plan for the app.
Some of you have “opted in” to saving your reading history and/or have created reading lists in our current system. With our new online catalog, you will have enhanced options to build and share lists, but your old lists and reading history from our current system cannot be imported. All Libraries making this transition have experienced this. Want to save those lists to your own device?
Berkeley READS is the Library's adult and family literacy program providing free literacy services for eligible adults over the age of 16 including one-on-one tutoring, drop-in help sessions, small group tutoring and more.