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.”
September marks three decades for statewide and Sacramento Public Library literacy programs.
New York Times best-selling author Jodi Picoulttells the moving and fascinating story in her 22nd novel, “Leaving Time,” the Bee Book Club’s choice for October… The choice for the Sacramento Public Library’s 10th annual “One Book Sacramento” program is “What It Is Like to Go to War” by Karl Marlantes… October is Archives Month, a national celebration. To honor it locally is the fourth annual Sacramento Archives Crawl, in which participants can get behind-the-scenes looks at our past at four venues that “bring California history to life.”
Steve Tafoya is a father, former member of the armed forces and until he discovered the adult literacy program at his neighborhood library branch-unable to read. Steve shares how he hid his secret and the joy he is now living being able to read and attend college. Sacramento Public Library director Rivkah Sass shares more about the adult literacy program which is celebrating its thirtieth year.
Kumon, the Sacramento Public Library and News10 have come together to bring you "10 Books to Read." Following are the selections for October 2014.