Sure, you could catch up with the latest of Rachel Smythe's Lore Olympus on Webtoons, or peruse Matt Tarpley's Cat's Cafe on Tumblr here. But did you know you could also read them at the library? It's true! There may even be some stories you didn't know started out as webcomics, like Suzanne Walker and…
It may be cold outside, but the Bay Area winter offers plenty of chances to get outdoors and explore. If you're looking to travel a little farther - but not too far - this January, here are some local resources with trails and nature experiences for everyone!
Halloween is drawing near and so is Los Altos Library's spook-tacular carnival! All ages can drop by for Halloween-themed crafts, games, pumpkin painting, and books.
Financial advisors call nonfinancial planning the most overlooked part of retirement planning. Join Lyn Christenson for a workshop to start your planning now!
Watch the Los Altos Library Endowment (LALE) in conversation with bestselling author Bo Caldwell at their annual Speaking Volumes event.