- May 31 - King Library Opens at 1:00 PM
Do your children need help with homework? If so, bring them to Santa Teresa Branch Library where they can get homework assistance from High School students. The Winner's Circle Homework Club is a wonderful community run program for kids that need homework help.
For children in grades 1-8, every Wednesday from 3:30 - 5:30 pm.
The library has many groovy music CD’s for children. Introducing music to children can help them learn about rhyme, math, the alphabet, rhythm, dance, and encourage them to develop a sense of self. Through music kids will learn about animals, fruits, vegetables, body parts & movement, nursery rhymes and many cultures.
Here are some of the most remarkable music CD's I have found for children: Putumayo for Kids Collection (music from cultures all over the world), Smithsonian Folkways children's music collection (some oldies but goodies), The Laurie Berkner Band (all original songs about rocket ships, dinosaurs, and more). Just get silly, dance, sing songs, and have fun!
You have probably already planted your summer crop, but you may need some more tips to make for a successful summer harvest. Our library has many excellent gardening books for many needs, including pest control, herb care, and organic growing techniques.
Sign up for our One on One Computer Classes on Wednesdays OR for our Beginning Computer Class on Thursdays at Santa Teresa Branch Library's information desk. Our computer assistance is here to help beginners: practice mousing, practice typing, create an email account, learn to use craigslist, or browse the internet.
Every Wednesday from 12-2
Every Thursday from 12-1
Teddy Bear, teddy bear turn around! Bring a teddy bear, a stuffed dinosaur, or any favorite stuffed animal and join the Teddy Bear Picnic Storytime and edible craft at Santa Teresa Library on Friday, April 29 at 3:30 pm.