Sacramento Public Library will offer every issue from 1900 to the present.
The Sacramento Room and partner organizations offer tours, rarely-seen films and more.
Invites community to read and discuss the memoir “What It Is Like To Go To War.”
Historian-writer James Scott will lead two World War I-related programs for the Sacramento Public Library at 828 I St. He will discuss the “many impacts of the war on the Sacramento Valley,” 1 p.m. Nov. 23. Then he will host a mini-lecture on and screening of the 1957 classic anti-war movie “Paths of Glory,” directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Kirk Douglas, at 6 p.m. Nov. 25. Information: (916) 264-2700.
Kumon, the Sacramento Public Library and News10 have come together to bring you "10 Books to Read." Following are the selections for November 2014.
Digital archives of The Sacramento Bee from 1984 to the present have been available from the Sacramento Public Library since 1999. Now the library has reached further into the past to offer the public The Bee’s archive of stories from 1900 through 1983. All you need for access is a library card; go to www.saclibrary.org/sacbee.