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White House invites San Antonio Public Library and SAISD to Participate in National ConnectEd Library Challenge Convening

On Tuesday, January 19, San Antonio Public Library Director Ramiro S. Salazar and San Antonio Independent School District Senior Executive Director of Curriculum & Instruction Lisa Riggs attended a national convening for the ConnectED Library Challenge in Washington, DC. 
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Every Vote Counts at the San Antonio Public Library

Beginning today, San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) will celebrate “Every Vote Counts,” a special come & go crafts program that celebrates Black History Month.
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Meet the Authors: Emarie Randle and Robert Jacobus at the Carver Branch Library

The San Antonio Public Library honors diversity and provides opportunities for individuals and families to meet, exchange ideas, and participate in the lives of their community.
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Central Library offers extended hours to view “The Book Garden”

 To honor the closing week of “The Book Garden” sculpture exhibit by internationally renowned artist Long-Bin Chen at the Central Library, the San Antonio Public Library will offer extended hours through Saturday, February 20. 
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Community Invited to In-Depth Discussion of “Their Eyes Were Watching God” at the San Antonio Public Library

In celebration of Black History Month, Landa Branch Library will host a discussion about “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale. 
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Community Invited to Celebrate Black History Month through Music at the San Antonio Public Library

The San Antonio Public Library celebrates diversity and makes rich cultural and intellectual resources available to all. During the month of February, the San Antonio Public Library observes Black History Month, a time to celebrate honor and recognize the central role of Black Americans in U.S. History. 
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San Antonio Public Library Locations are Voter Registration Sites

San Antonio Public Library is reminding the community that as a nonpartisan, trusted institution, and in accordance with the state Election Code, all 27 San Antonio Public Library locations are designated as voter registration agencies.  Every person of voting age, who applies in person for an original or renewal of a library card, will be given an opportunity to complete a voter registration application form. Already have a library card? Patrons can still register to vote at any location.
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Mayor Ivy R. Taylor and San Antonio Public Library Launch Spring 2016 Mayor’s Book Club

Mayor Ivy R. Taylor and the San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) are continuing the Mayor’s Book Club reading initiative with her spring 2016 book choice “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak.
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San Antonio Public Library Locations are Voter Registration Sites

San Antonio Public Library is reminding the community that as a nonpartisan, trusted institution, and in accordance with the state Election Code, all 27 San Antonio Public Library locations are designated as voter registration agencies.  Every person of voting age, who applies in person for an original or renewal of a library card, will be given an opportunity to complete a voter registration application form. Already have a library card? Patrons can still register to vote at any location.

Community Invited to Celebrate Black History Month through Music at the San Antonio Public Library

The San Antonio Public Library celebrates diversity and makes rich cultural and intellectual resources available to all. During the month of February, the San Antonio Public Library observes Black History Month, a time to celebrate honor and recognize the central role of Black Americans in U.S. History. 

Community Invited to In-Depth Discussion of “Their Eyes Were Watching God” at the San Antonio Public Library

In celebration of Black History Month, Landa Branch Library will host a discussion about “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale. 

Central Library offers extended hours to view “The Book Garden”

 To honor the closing week of “The Book Garden” sculpture exhibit by internationally renowned artist Long-Bin Chen at the Central Library, the San Antonio Public Library will offer extended hours through Saturday, February 20. 

Meet the Authors: Emarie Randle and Robert Jacobus at the Carver Branch Library

The San Antonio Public Library honors diversity and provides opportunities for individuals and families to meet, exchange ideas, and participate in the lives of their community.
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