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Forest Hills Library Celebrates 30 Year Milestone With 80s-Themed Festivities

Forest Hills Branch Library 30th Anniversary Celebration featuring 80s-themed activities and attire

WHAT: Forest Hills Branch Library 30th Anniversary Celebration featuring 80s-themed activities and attire.

WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 13
2:00 p.m. - Speaking Program
2:30 – 4:00 p.m. Activities for all ages

WHERE: Forest Hills Branch Library
5245 Ingram Road, 78228

WHO: Councilwoman Ana E. Sandoval
Ramiro S. Salazar, Director, San Antonio Public Library
Holmes High School ROTC

VISUALS: 80s-themed costumes
Arcade room filled with retro arcade games
80s hair makeovers offered by Palo Alto College cosmetology students
Rubik’s Cube game area
80s memorabilia exhibit

National Voter Registration Day Event at Central Library Celebrates Libraries as Voter Registrations Sites and Cornerstones of Democracy

San Antonio Public Library celebrates National Voter Registrations Day with speaking program, activities and crafts.

The San Antonio Public Library is celebrating National Voter Registration Day by urging the public to register to vote. The deadline to register to vote in the November general elections is October 9.

Uniform 300 Photo Project To Launch At Central Library Opening Reception

An exhibition complimenting San Antonio 300 Tricentennial Celebration

Art opening reception of Uniform 300; a photographic project featuring portraits of San Antonio citizens representing all neighborhoods, passions, jobs and walks of life.

Viva Libro—San Antonio Public Library Latino Collection and Resource Center First Year Anniversary and Literary Fair

San Antonio Public Library Latino Collection and Resource Center celebrates First Year Anniversary and literary fair with author readings, writer’s workshops and a book Mercado

The San Antonio Public Library has reached a milestone as their Latino Collection and Resource Center celebrates its first year anniversary. Festivities will take place in the form of a literary fair, entitled, Viva Libro, on Saturday, September 15 at the Central Library the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Our Family Reads: The Mayor’s Book Club continues at Forest Hills Library with Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilwoman Ana Sandoval

The Mayor’s Book Club continues with the District 7 theme of Environmental Sustainability.

Councilwoman Ana Sandoval invites the community to explore and learn about the importance of our environment and sustainability during the District 7 edition of Our Family Reads: The Mayor’s Book Club. Join Councilwoman Sandoval at Forest Hills Branch Library on Saturday, September 8 to learn about how we can take action in our own community and lives to support our environment. Reducing waste and excess is one way to help us improve our quality of life and sustain our community for future generations of San Antonians.
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