Sonoma County Library is developing a program to make 3D Printers and classes part of our commitment to providing our residents with access to a variety of technologies in order to acquire new skil
Several branches are now offering monthly “Build Club” events, which are great opportunities for children to get hands-on engineeri
Wanting to broaden your horizons by finishing high school and receiving job training?
From January 15 to February 28, Sonoma County Library will participate in the Beanstack Winter Reading Challenge.
Sonoma County Library offers a variety of opportunities for youth to learn essential digital coding skills as a way of promoting STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Ma
Schools are welcome to visit or arrange collaborations with any Sonoma County Library location through the Children’s or
Use Discover & Go with your Sonoma County Library card number and PIN for free or discounted passes to museums and more.
Sonoma County Library is so excited to share our Distinguished Speaker Series, taking place at libraries across the county.
Do It Yourself (DIY) Energy and Water Savings Toolkits are available for checkout at all branches of the Sonoma County Library.
Sonoma County Library is excited to provide a student success initiative to remove barriers to library use and strengthen school-library partnerships: the Educator Card!
Sonoma County Library supports home and commercial gardeners through a combination of events, programming, and collections which support modern gardening practices.
Sonoma County Library offers free classes focused on health and wellness for adults, teens, and children around the County.
Sonoma County Library provides both online and in-person homework help.
Sonoma County Library offers free legal information and referrals, in partnership with the Sonoma County Law Library and the Sonoma County Bar Association.
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Beginning in July 2019, the Sonoma County Library is reinstating its “Meet the Director” (Formerly “Coffee with the Director”) series to give the community a chance to get to know Sonoma County Lib
Sonoma County Library hosts a Mock Caldecott contest each January to give picture book lovers in our community the chance to participate in the fun of voting for their favorite illustrated books.
Sonoma County Library partners with National History Day Sonoma County to offer workshops and research days for participating Sonoma County students.
The Sonoma County Library is continuing our popular Path to College workshops supporting college-bound high school students and their families.
The Play and Learn Island™ is a hands-on learning tool with three separate themes of discovery that offer our young patrons opportunities to learn through play.
By reading aloud to a certified therapy dog, beginning readers build confidence in reading skills through practicing reading aloud in a safe space.
In partnership with Sonoma County Regional Parks, the Sonoma County Library is offering Regional Parks Discovery Packs!
Are you looking for new ways to look at challenges?
More positive ways to express yourself?
Interested in learning about healthy coping skills?
Sonoma County Library welcomes homeschooling families in the community and supports these families through services, materials, and programs.
Books in Parks? What a novel idea! A walk in the park has taken on new meaning.
With the Student OneCard, Sonoma County Library is working to provide barrier-free access to library resources to every student in Sonoma Co
Lunch at the Library brings together the Library’s longstanding summer reading tradition with a lunchtime meal, in an effort to combat summer learning loss and summer hunger.
Sonoma County Library is excited to continue the partnership with the Santa Rosa Symphony, begun in 2015, which allows us to offer free small-group ensemble symphony concerts at library branches ar
Sonoma County Library offers many different kinds of technology-based classes and workshops, including on use of computers, use of e-reader and e-audio devices, and Internet.
Together at the Table is a program series through which Sonoma County Library encourages our community to come together to learn about important topics and to share their thoughts and opinions in a
Sonoma County Library offers Virtual Reality equipment and software to provide our community with access to the latest in emerging technologies.