Don’t miss this documentary that addresses one of the biggest parenting issues of our time. Screenagers reveals how tech time impacts the development of kids while offering practical resources for empowering them to best navigate the digital world.
Ever since Beverly Cleary first wrote about D.E.A.R. in Ramona Quimby, Age 8, D.E.A.R. programs have been held nationwide each year on April 12 in honor of the author’s birthday.
With today being National Library Workers Day, there's no better time to revisit the staff we've featured over the past four months.
This national celebration takes place April 9-15 and celebrates everything that libraries and librarians offer to their communities.
The County Library is pleased to welcome a World War II veteran, Holocaust survivor, and author, who will share his life story with us during the second installment of our Community Stories program.
Spring is a season of growth and development and BCLS wants you to blossom! Throughout the month of April, we’re offering a bounty of fresh programs designed to help you grow yourself and grow your world.
As a citizen, are you interested in being heard? Looking for ways to be more engaged?
The exhibit, featuring photographs highlighting the intricacies and beauty of living things, will be on display at the County Library March 6 to March 31.
The whole family is invited to celebrate maker culture with hands-on tech fun, do-it-yourself projects, STEM activities, and more during the Third Annual Makers Faire on Saturday, March 25 at the County Library.
March 19 marks the return of our series of unique one-hour performances showcasing music, dance, culture and more, in the County Library Auditorium.