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May is National Asian Pacific American Heritage month

Throughout the month, we recognize the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians to the American story and celebrate Asian and Pacific American culture and heritage.

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Sea Green. Lime Green. Pea Green. Frog Green?

We are getting ready for a very GREEN summer here at SAPL with a celebration of any and everything that is green -- including frogs!

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Randoms

Scary aliens! Reptile and cat people! Space battles! Exploding starships! Shocking plot twists! Zeke Reynolds has been chosen as part of an Earth delegation of four teenagers who will work together to assess enough points so that Earth can join the Confederation of United Planets.

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National Train Day

Saturday, May 14 is a day to celebrate trains! Of course -- the best way to celebrate would be to climb on board a sleek passenger train, a speeding locomotive or a little red caboose and tour the countryside.

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Fly? Yes, Fly!

If you have any wiggly  little ones at your house that are really into bugs, this is a wonderful addition to your story time.

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Webcast: Holocaust Learn and Remember with Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger

On Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. in the Central Library Auditorium, San Antonio Public Library will close this year’s Learn & Remember programming with a presentation by keynote speaker and author Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger. Wollschlaeger will discuss his book A German Life: Against All Odds Change is Possible.

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June 1 in San Antonio history…

1860
 Robert E. Lee is counted in the 1860 Federal census, living at Ladreska [sic] Phillips‘s boarding house here (right).

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June 2 in San Antonio history…

1934
Officials announced completion of a federally-financed restoration job on San Antonio’s San Jose mission.

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June 3 in San Antonio history…

1899
The cornerstone is laid and dedicated for the new Confederate Monument in Travis Park.

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June 4 in San Antonio history…

1836
Juan Seguin accepts the surrender of Mexican forces in San Antonio from General Martin Perfecto de Cos.

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Webcast: Holocaust Learn and Remember with Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger

On Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. in the Central Library Auditorium, San Antonio Public Library will close this year’s Learn & Remember programming with a presentation by keynote speaker and author Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger. Wollschlaeger will discuss his book A German Life: Against All Odds Change is Possible.

National Bike Month

In May, we celebrate National Bike Month.

Fly? Yes, Fly!

If you have any wiggly  little ones at your house that are really into bugs, this is a wonderful addition to your story time.

National Train Day

Saturday, May 14 is a day to celebrate trains! Of course -- the best way to celebrate would be to climb on board a sleek passenger train, a speeding locomotive or a little red caboose and tour the countryside.

Randoms

Scary aliens! Reptile and cat people! Space battles! Exploding starships! Shocking plot twists! Zeke Reynolds has been chosen as part of an Earth delegation of four teenagers who will work together to assess enough points so that Earth can join the Confederation of United Planets.

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