Sacramento Public Library

Top 5 places Library Bingo can take you

Adventure takes the square for Library Bingo 2017
Library Bingo is back for a second year. Stop by any of our locations, pick up a card and see where it takes you.

5. The garden 
Square: Use a seed library
Borrow a packet of seeds from one of our four seed libraries located in the Colonial Heights, Galt and Rio Linda libraries in March, along with books on vegetable gardening. Plant in your garden, tend the plants and harvest the bounty. It’s library to fork!
4.  The river
Square: Explore the American River trail
Grab some books on birds, flora and fauna from our shelves, pack a picnic lunch and bring them along as you explore the 32-mile long Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail. Stretching from Sacramento to Folsom, this riparian landscape and recreation area gives residents the ability to get away from it while being very close to home.
3.  The Book Den
Square: Shop a Friends of the Library book sale
Find great bargains the first Saturday of the month, when the Friends of the Sacramento Public Library host a warehouse sale at the Book Den. You’ll find great bargains and amazing treasures during regular open hours too. Best of all, all sale proceeds benefit the Sacramento Public Library!
Can’t make it to the Book Den? Shop the Friends of the Library sale shelves at your local library branch.
2.  The past
Square: Research your family history | Visit the Sacramento Room
Use our local historical records, or even book a session with an expert genealogist to discover your family’s past. Or seek out details about your neighborhood, local landmarks, notable figures from state and local history and so much more in our Sacramento Room collection.
1. The Library
Squares: Get a Library card | Attend a library discussion | Attend a library program
We might be biased, but we think the Library is the best place to visit in Sacramento! Not only that, but when you visit your local library you are at the gateway to a world of infinite possibilities. From technology programs, discussions on challenging topics, author talks, puppet shows or storytime for babies. We’ve got what you want at the Library.

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