SAN ANTONIO (May 14, 2021) San Antonio Public Library’s (SAPL) Parman Branch Library at Stone Oak is turning 10! Located in north San Antonio, Parman has served countless citizens in the Stone Oak area. In celebration of the 10th Anniversary, SAPL is hosting an online event with in-person come-and-go interactions on Saturday, May 15, 2021 beginning at 10 AM. The online festivities will include a video with recorded remarks by: John Courage, Councilman, District 9; Paul Stahl, Chair, Library Board of Trustees; Marcie Ince, District 9 Trustee, Library Board of Trustees; Ramiro S. Salazar, Library Director, San Antonio Public Library; and Brad Parman, representative of the Parman Family.
Parman Branch Library’s 10th Anniversary will provide patrons with an opportunity to honor the library for it's valued service to the community.
Online Activities Include:
All activities begin at 10 AM at guides.mysapl.org/parman10th
- Interactive video programs prepared by Parman staff
- 10 Years of Parman Memories video
- Story Time video
- Staff Book Talk video
- Past Parman patrons and events slideshow
In-person Encounters (come-and-go) at Parman Branch Library:
(20735 Wilderness Oak, 78258) All activities begins at 10 AM
- Guest Book
- Scavenger hunt
- Contact-free photo station
For information on ongoing virtual programming at SAPL, visit mysapl.org/events.
Library staff is available by phone at 210-207-2703 or by chat at ask.mysapl.org.
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