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The Library offers a wide range of services to support community priorities, including answering reference questions, staging story times, providing summer reading programs, hosting class visits, and offering free public programs and displays for all... more
Preschool storytime, Tues at 10:30. Storytime for all ages with "Library Grandparent," Wed at 2. more
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The Berkeley Public Library has served the people of Berkeley since 1893, and looks forward to providing many more years of community service. The Library is one of the most heavily used libraries in California, serving the people of Berkeley. &nbsp... more
Berkeley Public Library is proud to serve the Southern Berkeley area of town.    more
Berkeley Public Library is proud to serve the West Berkeley neighborhood. more
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The California Genealogical Society and Library is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that seeks to aid, educate and encourage research in family history. CGS was founded February 12, 1898 in San Francisco, and is presently located in Oakland,... more
The Casa Peralta is the City of San Leandro's historic house museum. Three descendants of the original land grant of Rancho San Antonio (ranging from the San Leandro Creek to the current-day City of El Cerrito) lived in the Casa. The home was remodel... more
In keeping with the City's vision of “Families First”, the Concord Library has a large collection of children's and teen materials, including books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and more. For adults, the Concord Library has special collections of... more
The library is a great resource for the Dublin community.   You can check out books, e-books, do homework, get some advice on how to research a problem and attend informative events. more
Welcome to the John F. Kennedy Library.   Meeting Room The Joseph Room is equipped with a baby grand piano, data drop, and tables and chairs for meeting use. Reservations are taken six months in advance but no more than six times a year. It i... more
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A visionary construct of education, collaboration and community, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center (LLLC), home of the Glenn Seaborg Learning Consortium, is a place where all generations can gather for enriched intellectual and cultural exper... more
The Livermore Public Library encourages the development of a lifelong interest in reading and learning by youth and adults, provides materials and services of popular interest, supports the educational needs of the community, furnishes timely, accura... more
Rockridge Branch has approximately 75,000 books, compact disks, DVDs, audio books, video games, and magazines and newspapers for all ages. Circulating materials are largely of popular interest, with a strong emphasis on practical how-to topics and fi... more
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The Oakland Public Library is a part of the City of Oakland in California and has been in existence since 1878. We also offer many other special services for residents of Oakland. The Golden Gate branch has a collection of approximately 35,000 items... more
Located between downtown and Lake Merritt, Oakland's Main Library is one of the largest public library facilities in the Bay Area. In addition to large collections of over 350,000 reference and circulating non-fiction and fiction books, the Main Libr... more
The Orinda Library with over 30,000 children's materials and an overall collection of over 70,000 books, recorded books, music and DVDs along with 29 public computers, WiFi, comfy chairs, pillows, reading nooks and a tutoring room is a far cry from t... more
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The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life was established in 2010 following the transfer of the Judah L. Magnes Museum to the University of California, Berkeley. Its remarkably diverse archive, library and museum holdings include art, objects, tex... more
The library supports the Spanish and Portuguese department to give opportunities to learn and achieve mastery of the languages and cultures we study, which includes Catalan, Nahuatl, Portuguese, Romance Studies and Spanish. more
The Walnut Creek Library is located in Civic Park in downtown Walnut Creek at the corner of N. Broadway and Lincoln Avenue, within easy walking distance of the Walnut Creek BART Station, the Lesher Regional Center for the Arts, and the downtown shopp... more