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Visit your local library

While the Ventura College Library is closed until the 17th, your local library is open for business. Here is a little peak at the action going down at some of the local libraries:

  • The Ventura County Library is open, but there will be some changes at the Simi Valley branch, with its decision to change its management. The E.P. Foster branch, which is located in downtown Ventura, will be having free music every second Sunday of the month. Many of the other local libraries are part of the Ventura County Library system; just check the “Locations” drop-down menu for a list of locations and addresses.
  • The Oxnard Public Library is having summer reading programs for teens as well as adults. You can win prizes for reading books!
  • The Blanchard Community Library in Santa Paula allows you to learn another language using the Mango software. Check it out!
  • The Camarillo Public Library is having free movie nights on Thursdays.

Have fun!

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Summer Reading, Had Me A Blast…

Finals start next week, and you may be winding up your final papers. Perhaps you’re looking for a little light reading? Come check out our summer reading display! It’s full of books that might entertain you and take your mind off of things like isosceles triangles. Featured books include:

  • The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
  • Bone by Jeff Smith
  • Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
  • Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole
  • City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
  • Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
  • Singing in the Comeback Choir by Bebe Moore Campbell

These books will be on display all through the summer, so if you don’t get to them before the semester is over, you can come back during summer semester and check them out.

 

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