October is a good time to review your personal finances to update or start a financial plan for the next year. Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD) is hosting a series of Personal Finance workshops in October including online security, tax practices, estate planning and financial readiness for college.
While it was a relief to have an extension till October 16 this year to file 2022 tax returns, the 2023 tax season is just around the corner in January. According to many financial advisors and even the IRS, we should think of tax planning year-round and even years into the future. What you do…
Learn new repair skills, get your broken items fixed and divert waste from landfills by attending Saratoga Library’s next Second Life Repair Workshop on Sunday, September 3, 2023, 1 to 4 PM. Check-in at the Community Room.
In celebration of Black History Month, Tabia African-American Theater Ensemble will perform at Saratoga Library on Sunday February 19 at 2 PM. The Ensemble has
You are invited to learn about Santa Clara County Library District's (SCCLD) progress on its new strategic plan. Review the proposed mission and vision statements and share what priorities are most important to you! Attend an in-person discussion at Milpitas Library or Gilroy Library or participate in a virtual discussion. Here are the dates and…
April is Financial Literacy month and it’s a good time to take stock of your personal finances as tax season winds down. Join Santa Clara County Library District's series of Personal Finance workshops April 1 through May 9, 2022.
Practice English with Santa Clara County Library District's online English Conversation Clubs! Register for each session you want to attend.
Sport is a powerful platform for social change. Sport connects us across cultures, social class, geographic region and political and religious affiliations. Celebrate National Physical Fitness & Sports Month this May by reading about the many athletes who have fought very publicly for social justice.
Gayle Pirie and John Clark, executive chefs and co-owners of the world renowned restaurant Foreign Cinema in San Francisco give their first hand account of how the pandemic has affected their business.