Events & Classes

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Stanislaus County Library. All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Patterson
Wednesday, Mar. 29, 1 to 4 pm
Children and their families are invited to celebrate Día de los niños/ Día de los libros (Day of the Child/ Day of the Book).  The library will offer crafts, activities, games and a special bilingual Story Time.  This year's theme is "One World, Many Rhythms."  A variety of service organizations will be available to provide information to participants. Children will receive free activity books.  Each child will also receive a free new book while supplies last, courtesy of the Friends of the Patterson Library. 
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Denair
Thursday, Mar. 30, 3 pm
Children and their families are invited to celebrate Día de los niños/ Día de los libros (Day of the Child/ Day of the Book).  The library will offer crafts, activities, snacks and a special bilingual Story Time.  This year's theme is "One World, Many Rhythms."  Each child will receive a free activity book. 
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Modesto
Thursday, Mar. 30, 4 pm
Like to read? So do we! Come hang out on the last Thursday of every month for discussions, games and activities featuring our comic of the month. You can also cast a vote for what to read next! Comix Club participants will vote on this month's comic book in February. Suggested for ages 8 and up.
 
 
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Petersen Event Cente
Modesto
Monday, Apr. 3, 6:30 pm
Join us at the SCOE Petersen Event Center, 720 12th Street, Modesto as award winning author, Rosemary Wells, explores the role books and art play in children's early development. This workshop for adults will offer parents, teachers and caregivers practical skills that support school readiness. Simultaneous translation into Spanish & Chinese will be available. There will be a book signing following the workshop. 

This is a collaboration between the Friends of the Modesto Library and the Stanislaus County Office of Education, sponsored through grants from Omega Nu and the Stanislaus Community Foundation. It is part of our Día initiative to bring multicultural children's literature to all families, regardless of cultural and linguistic background.

For more information call 558-7810. 

  Sponsored by Friends of the Modesto Library, SCOE, and Stanislaus Foundation .
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Día: Day of the Chil
Salida
Tuesday, Apr. 4, 4 pm
Children and their families are invited to celebrate Día de los niños/ Día de los libros (Day of the Child/ Day of the Book).  The library will offer crafts, activities, and a special bilingual Story Time.  This year's theme is "One World, Many Rhythms."  Each child will receive a free activity book. 
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Día: Day of the Chil
Empire
Thursday, Apr. 6, 3:30 pm
Children and their families are invited to celebrate Día de los niños/ Día de los libros (Day of the Child/ Day of the Book).  The library will offer crafts, activities, and a special bilingual Story Time.  This year's theme is "One World, Many Rhythms."  Each child will receive a free activity book. 
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Hughson
Friday, Apr. 14, 11 am
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Keyes
Monday, Apr. 17, 11:00 am
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language and audience participation. The show is 45 minutes long. FREE tickets will be available one hour before the show.
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Turlock
Monday, Apr. 17, 4 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
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Riverbank
Tuesday, Apr. 18, 11 am
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
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Oakdale
Tuesday, Apr. 18, 2 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
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Denair
Wednesday, Apr. 19, 12 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Empire
Wednesday, Apr. 19, 3:30 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
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Día: Day of the Chil
Oakdale
Thursday, Apr. 20, 12 pm
Children and their families are invited to celebrate Día de los niños/ Día de los libros (Day of the Child/ Day of the Book).  The library will offer crafts, activities, and a special bilingual Story Time.  This year's theme is "One World, Many Rhythms."  Each child will receive a free activity book. 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Salida
Saturday, Apr. 22, 2:00 pm
What is an heirloom garden?  Riverbank Heirloom Garden Club members will share information on the importance of heirloom gardening and offer tips on how to save seeds.
 
 
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Ceres
Monday, Apr. 24, 3:30 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
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Waterford
Tuesday, Apr. 25, 3:30 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Modesto
Thursday, Apr. 27, 4 pm
Like to read? So do we! Come hang out on the last Thursday of every month for discussions, games and activities featuring our comic of the month. This program is suggested for ages 8 and up.  Please contact the Modesto Library's Children's and Teen Services Department at 209-558-7810 for more information about this month's comic.
 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Salida
Saturday, Apr. 29, 11 am
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Patterson
Saturday, Apr. 29, 2 pm
The Goza Family is back to perform two multicultural folktales full of physical comedy, music, song, dance, American Sign Language, and audience participation. 
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