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New Programs at Saticoy!

Saticoy Library will be hosting two new programs starting in November.

First, PAWS for Reading comes to Saticoy. Contact the library for information on how to sign up!

Also, Laubach Literacy of Ventura County will be cosponsoring an English language class for adults on Mondays at 11 a.m., starting on November 17. This series is presented by Marilyn May; for more information, call (805) 647-5736 or (805) 506-0110.

Teens Teaching Tech at Foster Library

Need help using your “NEW” e-readers? Join us on Saturday, January 19th at E.P. Foster Library for Teens Teaching Tech - Our teens are experts, and can show you how to download free items from our library catalog to your device.

No appointment needed, just show up at 10am.

Teens Teaching Tech on the 3rd Saturday of the month, from 10am to noon.
E.P. Foster Library (2nd floor) 651 E. Main Street, Ventura CA.

This Weekend! Booksale!

Come see the great selection of used books presented by the San Buenaventura Friends of the Library at their Weekend Booksale!

The booksale takes place this Saturday, October 13 from 10am to 4pm and Sunday, October 14 from 10am to 2pm.

Please note!  The sale is at a new location: the Historic Dudley House located on the corner of Loma Vista and N. Ashwood in Ventura. See you there!

Celebrate E.P. Foster Library's beautiful new mural!

Photo & mural by MB HanrahanThe art work is done & the paint is dry!  The quote has been chosen!

Join us for cookies & punch on Friday, October 28 at 3pm to celebrate the completion of our beautiful mural!

The celebration will take place at the E.P. Foster Library's second floor Children's entrance.

Mural (and the photo at left) by the artist MB Hanrahan

Teens Teaching Tech at E.P. Foster Library

Photo by Mostly Muppet (Flickr)Technology challenged? Frustrated with your smart phone? Are your Techno gizmos making you crazy?

E.P. Foster Library is offering Teens Teaching Tech, every third Saturday of the month, between 10:00 am and noon. These sessions are hosted by the E.P. Foster's Youth Advisory Council (YAC) and offered free of charge.

The next session will be held in the Children's Computer lab on the second floor of the library on Dec. 17th. Come in with your questions and bring your laptop, phone, shuffle, nook, and/or iPad and let the techno teens teach you how to get the most out of your gadget.

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