National Library Week | Kings Beach Library announces storytimes, classes and Project MANA food drive |

National Library Week | Kings Beach Library announces storytimes, classes and Project MANA food drive

KING BEACH, Calif. and#8212; Whether you are looking for resources to land a new job, a parent looking for fun and free activities for children, a music lover, movie watcher, book lover or student searching for your required reading, you belong at your library.

Todayand#8217;s libraries help level the playing field by making both print and digital information affordable, available and accessible to all people. Local libraries provide a variety of materials, job seeking resources, GED materials and tutoring, monthly book groups, monthly free technology classes, Storytime in English and Spanish, and many other creative and resourceful programs.

Libraries have historically served as our nationand#8217;s great equalizers of knowledge. The strength of libraries has always been the diversity of their collections and commitment to serving all people. This National Library Week, April 8-14, join our nationand#8217;s libraries and librarians by celebrating the place where we all belong. Please stop by the Kings Beach and participate in the Project MANA food drive and#8212; and#8220;Weand#8217;re all in this together!and#8221; Bring a creative photo of the Kings Beach area to the Kings Beach Library along with a non-perishable food item, and we will vote to award it a permanent part of our heritage.

First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April.

For more information, visit the Kings Beach Library at 301 Secline St., or call 530-546-2021 or visit the Placer County website

and#8212; Submitted to by Anne Greenwood, Kings Beach Library manager

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