During Comic-Con week, the Central Library courtyard was transformed into a Quidditch playing field. Quidditch is mixed-gender contact sport made famous by the Harry Potter book series.
Stories in Category Library
More STEAM education and college-prep programs are coming to City libraries for free, thanks to a new partnership with UC San Diego.
Honoring 18 adults who took a bold step to complete their high school education. Career Online High School offers City residents the opportunity to earn a diploma and prepare for a career. Learn more: sandiego.gov/diploma.
On any given day, visitors to the Balboa Branch Library will find a variety of activities for patrons of all ages – tech tutoring, an adult writers’ group, math homework help, Lego club and preschool crafts.
On this Wednesday in April, Councilmember Chris Cate was reading “Don’t Let the...
Ever wondered about someone else’s story?
The San Diego Public Library hosted the city’s first Human Library on Saturday, March 11 hoping to educate and inspire the public through positive conversations with actual people.
“Libraries are a place for learning, whether it’s from...
“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think,” Margaret Mead.
Bringing STEAM to San Diego libraries
All it takes is one furry spider in a room full of fourth grade students to show how excited kids can get for science.
On March 2, 2017, the San Diego Public...
Two years ago it was just a fantasy, a wish list of equipment, the dream of a place that teens in Valencia Park could call their own.
On Friday, Jan. 27, that dream came true.
Library staff, community members and donors came together to celebrate the grand opening of the Legler...
One of the most popular programs at the Central Library in Downtown San Diego doesn’t involve a book. In fact, participants don’t even need a library card.
That’s because, on Friday afternoons, the lobby of the library at 330 Park Blvd. is transformed into a chess sanctuary. Players of...
The new Skyline Hills Branch Library replaces a facility built in 1969 with a new building that features modern amenities and technology to serve this diverse and growing community.