The schedule has now been posted for the upcoming season of Poetry Slam:
First slam will be October 15 at the Northwest Library at Coddingtown in Santa Rosa.
Need to build your resume or find a job?
Try the Job & Career Accelerator!
Explore detailed information on occupations, and look for career matches based on your interests and skills.
Search national job postings, create resumes and cover letters .. and more. This new resource is available from your home computer, or come into the library to use it on our Internet PCs or research stations.
Summer reading may be over, but there's still someone who wants to hear kids read. Each week, reading teams bring friendly dogs to over half a dozen library branches around the county. Dogs love to listen patiently to even the youngest reader!
Drop by the library in the afternoon, check out a book, and soak up some art!
The Guerneville Library hosts an art show featuring the work of six Sonoma County artists. This show runs August 2 – 28, Mondays through Saturdays from 1 – 6 p.m.
The Rohnert Park-Cotati Library will have a photography show August 17 – 28, Mondays through Saturdays from noon – 6 p.m.
Starting June 7, sign up at your local library. Read books each week and enter to win cool prizes!
Storytimes and amazing shows for kids!
Summer Reading Club special events
Henna art, T-shirt crafts, and more for teens!
Teen Read special events
You can pick up a free copy of the California Secretary of State voter guide and the Easy Voter Guide at your local library.
Find your polling place, sample ballot, and latest election information through the links on our handy elections page.
Here are just a few previews of the book covers in our current NextReads newsletters.
If you’re a reader looking for the next good read, this is an email newsletter that’s actually useful! Books selected by librarians, no advertising, no spam, and it’s only sent out monthly. Click on the links in the email to find out which branch has each title.
On the trail of Sonoma County history? Are you researching a building, a family, or a town? Track down original County records in the Archives. Our new Guides to Archives can help you identify the records you need for the time period you’re researching — in some cases back to the 1870s or earlier.
The Sonoma County Archives are under the care and oversight of the Sonoma County History and Genealogy Library.
Meet the authors! From Kid Beowulf to Juicy Tomatoes, authors of all kinds of books are coming to the library.