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Free Chess Classes at Prueter Library

Learn to play chess or improve your skills with Jack Cashman,
a class A ranked player with the U.S. Chess Federation.
Tuesdays (11:30-1:00) Fridays (2:30-4:00) July 28-August 21
Ray D. Prueter Library (805) 486-5460 

           Chess board

Football! The Exhibition -- Now Open at the Reagan Library

Hold that line!

Don't miss out on a great family experience!

 Football! The Exhibition

The exhibition features rare, historic and iconic football artifacts, including game-worn and signed jerseys, Lombardi and Heisman Trophies, Super Bowl Rings, and more.

For a discount coupon
visit your local Ventura County Library!

  Reagan Library bookmark front Old time football player photo Reagan Library bookmark back

Ray D. Prueter Library Presents: Women In Ragtime

Join Sam "The Piano Man" Hobel 
for an entertaining and informative workshop 
and concert on women composers from the ragtime era
Saturday 
July 25, 3:00pm 
at Ray D. Prueter Library 

 For more information call 805-486-5460
www.vencolibrary.org 

 

Pay Your Library Fine Online!

You may now pay your fines and fees online.

 You will find the link under
"Library Catalog" and "My Account" above.

For more information click here 
or phone your library
. 

 

Summer Hours at the Library!

Four of our libraries have new summer hours.

Our goal is to more closely meet the needs of each community with revised hours and expanded services.

Avenue * E.P. Foster * Oak ParkPiru

And remember our eLibrary is open 24/7

  Ventura County Library logo

Making Your Life Easier

 

You may now pay your fines and fees or make a donation
to Ventura County Library online. You will find the link under "Library Catalog" and "My Account" above or by clicking on the SmartPAY logo to the left.
More information click here or phone your library. 

Unlimited Possibilities @ Your Library®

National Library Week Logo  

Since 1958 Libraries across the country have been celebrating National Library Week.  All types of libraries - school, public, academic and special - participate.

What have you created with the help of your local library?  Did you research or write your book, learn how to make a hand-knitted scarf or culinary creation? Have you used the library’s 3D printer? Did the library help you find a new job or get your small business off the ground? Or perhaps the library’s homework center made a difference in your child's last report card.

Take a moment this week to stop by your library and say thank you to the people there who make it all possible.

Read Along With Us

Would you like to participate in the Big Library Read?

Shakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard by Laura Bates will be available to borrow without any wait lists or holds from March 17 - March 31. Customers from 20,000 libraries can read Dr. Bates' story of teaching Shakespeare in a supermax solitary confinement prison and how she formed a lasting friendship with a convicted murderer.

Join the largest eBook club! Book discussion guide pdf here.

  Book cover Shakespeare Saved my Life

The Ultimate Car Exhibit!

 

  The first of a three part series: 
Classic and Hollywood Cars

Until May 1st at Reagan Library.
 
Tickets: Reaganlibrary.com/tickets 
Use discount code "VCLIBRARY"
for $3.00 off admission when 
purchasing online. 

Learn to Play Ukulele at Prueter Library

Learn to Play Ukulele in One Day
with Alan Ferentz

Saturday, May 9 at 1pm

Adults and kids (7 and older) are welcome.  
Bring your ukulele and music stand if you have one. 

A limited number of ukuleles will be available.
Children under 10 must be accompanied by a
participating adult. 

  Ukuleles
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