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Stations included “Story Time Exploration,” a wonderful story time area (bean bag chairs, a quiet space) sponsored by the Sacramento Public Library, with four story time readings scheduled throughout the day; I also loved the sculpture of a girl reading, as well as the tin man sculpture, and above our heads clouds and fairies were suspended, making the whole room magical!
The Sacramento Public Library is offering a limited number of scholarships to eligible adults seeking high school diplomas starting this summer. Rivkah Sass, library director, said the Sacramento library system is one of the first in California to offer the program.
The Sacramento Public Library is stepping up to help the 50,000 people in our area who still don't have their high school diplomas. It's all because of a very generous grant. "That will allow us to pilot the idea of the library being a place where someone can attain their high school diploma," Rivkah Sass, the director of the Sacramento Public Library, said.