Treasure map craft and activity

    Arrrr! Who doesn’t love a treasure hunt?! This simple craft is a great way to spend an afternoon with the kids using ingredients you will have around the house.   Treasure map craft Supplies: paper (I’d recommend either white printer paper or a brown paper bag cut into…

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IT’S TIME FOR DANCE PARTY!

Hello friends! It’s time for Dance Party fun at home! Grab whatever instruments you have, or whatever instruments you can make (pots and pans make terrific drums, or you can fill containers that have tight lids with dry rice to make shakers) or just use your body and dance along…

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eBooks for kids!

Need new books but the library is closed? The library has a lot of options for you to get books 24/7 through our eBooks (or digital books). All you need is: computer, tablet or phone wifi library card Children can find the most books at Tumble Book Library and OverDrive.…

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PJ Storytime at Canyon Country Library!

Join us for a fun-filled storytime on Thursday nights 6:30-7:30 pm at Canyon Country Library in the Community Meeting Room. Geared toward working parents, this special evening storytime incorporates all the excitement of our morning storytimes, but with the bonus option for children to wear comfy pajamas. Children will learn…

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Sign Up for the In-n-Out Cover to Cover Club Today!

Did you know that if your child aged 4 – 12 reads five books before November 16th, 2019 that they can get a certificate for a free hamburger or cheeseburger from In-n-Out? All three branches of the Santa Clarita Public Library (Old Town Newhall Library, Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy…

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¡Pague Multas de la Biblioteca con Donaciones de Alimentos!/Pay Off Library Fines with a Food Donations!

La Biblioteca Pública de la Ciudad de Santa Clarita iniciará el programa anual de Alimentos por Multas. Durante el mes de Septiembre los usuarios de la biblioteca pueden cambiar alimentos por sanciones o multas. Este programa permite que los clientes traigan donaciones de alimentos y artículos de primera necesidad a cambio del perdón de multas de hasta un monto de $20.00 en su cuenta.  Con sus donaciones  puede cubrir multas por devoluciones tardías de materiales y reemplazo de tarjetas de la biblioteca.

Usted puede donar alimentos enlatados como frijoles, frutas, atún, pollo, carne, sopa, mermelada, crema de cacahuete, arroz, cereal, fideos, salsa, etc. También verduras enlatadas como elote, chicharos, tomates, etc.

Las donaciones de artículos de primera necesidad pueden ser (tamaño regular o de viajero) como jabón de mano, acondicionador,  pañales, champú, papel higiénico, pasta dental, cepillo dental, desodorante, y otros. ¡Apresúrese, traiga sus donaciones para obtener perdón de multas de la biblioteca!

Pay Off Library Fines with a Food Donations 

The Library of the City of Santa Clarita will start the annual program of Food for Fines. During the month of September, the library users can exchange food for penalties or fines. Our customers can bring donations of food and essential hygiene items in exchange for forgiveness of fines  up to $ 20.00 in their account. With your donations, you can cover overdue fines and replacement library cards fees.

You can donate canned foods such as beans, fruits, tuna, chicken, meat, soup, jam, peanut butter, rice, cereal, noodles, sauce, etc. Also canned vegetables such as corn, peas, tomatoes, etc.

Donations of essential hygiene items can be (regular or traveler size) such as hand soap, conditioner, diapers, shampoo, toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, and others. Hurry up, bring your donations to get forgiveness of library fines!


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Hidden Gems

Parents were grabbing flyers and information while their children were picking up free book marks and other goodies. Many questions were being asked such as: “Is there a charge? Do you have programs for K-6th graders? What is Dia De Los Ninos? Can you drop off your library books at…

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