DIY Felt Pouch

Do you need a coin pouch or something to hold your sunglasses?  Would you like to make a present for a friend for Valentine's Day?  Follow the instructions below or attend our DIY Pouch program at the Gilroy library on Saturday, January 22 from 2-3 pm.  Please register for the in-library program at DIY Pouches…
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Virtual Program-Tips from Zero-Waste Chef Author Anne-Marie Bonneau

Would you like to start a journey to low-waste living?  Is there a way to reduce trash, create tasty dishes, improve your health, and save money?  Join us on Zoom on Saturday, January 29 at 2 pm.  Anne-Marie Bonneau will be showing us that a sustainable lifestyle starts in the kitchen with use-what-you-have, spend less money recipes.  Please register for this program.…
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New Princeton Review Series to Support Your Child’s Learning for 1st-6th Grades

Do you wonder what are the core skills for your child’s grade?  Would you like a book to help you support your child’s learning?  SCCLD has purchased a new series of books by Princeton Review starting with 1st Grade at Home-Reading and Math Skills:  A Parent’s Guide.  There is a separate book for 1st through 6th grades.  What are positive highlights of this series?  Each…
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Kids-Create Dot Art

Several people and cultures have created art using dots.  You can too!  Create dot art at home or come to the Gilroy library on Saturday, November 27 any time between 11 am - 1 pm to make dot art on eucalyptus bark!  We will study the bark by feeling the ridges, looking at the holes…
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Make a Paper Haunted House!

Witches, spiders, ghosts, black cats, and Jack-o'lanterns.  What do all of these have in common?  You could add any or all of these Halloween icons to a paper Haunted House! Follow the instructions below, or better yet, join us at the courtyard of the Gilroy library on Saturday, October 30 between 11 am and 1…
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Medicare Basics-Virtual Program on Wednesday, October 6 at 2:00 PM

Do you need help walking through the complex Medicare programs to find which one is the most suitable for you?  Are you helping your folks navigate through the Medicare basic coverages?  Are you wondering what the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is and whether or not you should consider making changes during October 15-December 7? Join…
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Writing Family Stories

Have you ever wanted to know more about your grandparents other than their birth, marriage, and death dates?  Would you like to have known their interests, hopes and dreams?   The best way to preserve your family history is to write it down.  Maybe it is too late to capture this information for past generations, but you…
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Do Amazing Paper Tricks

. . . . . . . . . Can you walk through a piece of regular 8 1/2" by 11" paper? What is a Mobius stripe and what happens when you cut down the middle of it?  Go to  SCCLD STEAM Club-Amazing Paper Tricks to learn how to do four amazing activities with paper…
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