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Summer Reading has ended.

Our official summer reading program has ended, the logs turned in and the raffle winners notified. Thanks to all of you who participated – reading, attending library programs, and writing terrific reviews. You are very inspiring! Remember, the library is always here to help you find your next great read!

Reading logs must be turned in by 5:00 pm on Sunday, August 7th, to qualify for the Pleasanton Downtown Gift Card Drawing.onceuponasummer1

pda-giftcard-smallAdult and Teen Summer Reading ends this coming Sunday, August 7th at 5 pm. Be sure to turn in your reading log, so you can have a chance to win a Pleasanton Downtown Gift Card. The drawing will be held on August 8th and winners will be contacted shortly thereafter. Good luck!

My Story, My Song

A Workshop in Creativity and Collaboration

Through Songwriting

The stories that are central to our everyday existence fuel the creative process and serve as the centerpiece for this invaluable workshop in personal and group creativity. My Story, My Song has participants tell their life-tales and guides them in turning them into song through free writing, group collaboration, guided meditation and sense exploration exercises. Not only does this highly interactive educational experience assist participants in accessing their creativity it also empowers them in other areas of their lives leading them to greater self-awareness, self-confidence and self-esteem.

FOR AGES 10 and Up

Register by emailing Teen Services Librarian Teresa Parham

tparham@cityofpleasantonca.gov

When:Saturday, July 30, 2016

Time:2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Where:Library Large Meeting Room, 400 Old Bernal Ave, Pleasanton, CA, 94566

Contact:Teresa Parham – (925) 931-3404

Did you know that the Pleasanton Library is a drop off place for canned food donations? Well it is and on Monday, July 18, the library and other locations throughout Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore will be accepting donations of canned and boxed food. For more information visitFeed Tri small Feed Tri-Valley Food Drive.

 

Try Open Mic Night

Are you an aspiring novelist, poet, singer/songwriter? If the answer is yes, come on down to the library tonight to share your work in a supportive environment. Even if you are not a writer, you might enjoy listening to poetry and prose written by your neighbors. Open Mic Night is from 6-8 pm, sign-ups for readers is 6-6:15. Open Mic Night is a monthly collaboration between the library and the Tri-Valley Writers organization.

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We still have backpacks! If you haven’t had a chance to complete 3 activities on your reading log (read or listen to a book, post a book review, or attend a library program) don’t worry! You still have a chance to get your own very cool backpack. The backpacks are made out of recycled beverage containers with the Pleasanton Library logo on the outside pocket. backpack

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