The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced Sacramento Public Library as a National Medal for Museum and Library Service finalist.
Sacramento Public Library’s One Book Poe named Best in Show at local American Advertising Federation Awards.
StoryCorps and California public libraries are looking for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to tell the stories of their tattoos for an exhibition on veterans’ experiences.
The Sacramento Public Library has been nominated for a National Medal by the Institute of Museum and Library Services in Washington, D.C. The medal is the nation’s highest honor for libraries and museums for service to their communities.
The Sacramento Kings say they've met the $100,000 goal in the local reading and literacy campaign. Team officials plan to present checks to the four beneficiaries of the campaign. The groups receiving money for their reading programs are the United Way, Sacramento County Office of Education, Sacramento READS!, and the Sacramento Public Library.
At the Sacramento Public Library, we are investing the donation toward delivering more than 1,300 programs annually to children under the age of five. These programs serve more than 65,000 children, their parents and caregivers by preparing them for reading through play, music, stories and fun. The Kings’ donation will also help secure tablets for every location, providing children with appropriate learning apps and tools, making the work of getting ready to read fun, and helping children develop a lifelong passion for the written word