Library of Things

In addition to our great selection of print and digital resources, the Library also loans out the following items: Bike Locks: Forgot your bike lock? You can borrow one at Mitchell Park and Rinconada Libraries.    Book Club Kits:  Our kits come with several copies of titles we’ve shared in our own Book Clubs and a…
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Tax Information During the Pandemic

The Library will provide tax assistance this year, starting on January 29 until April 16. IRS-certified volunteers will provide free basic 2021 income tax return preparation to qualified individuals who earned $58,000 or less. Please note the following: VIRTUAL Tax Assistance will be available via Zoom starting Saturday, January 29 through February 12.  IN-PERSON Tax…
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Palo Alto Reads 2020: Biased

Library staff have created a list of books and online resources to supplement your reading of Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudices That Shapes What we See, Think, and Do by Jennifer Eberhardt:  Understanding Bias Reading List  Online Resources:  Coming to the Table  Common Sense Media Resources About Race and Racism  Equal Justice Intiative  Life After Hate  The…
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Palo Alto Reads 2020

The Library has launched Palo Alto Reads, a “one book, one community” program that encourages the reading and discussion of a selected book around themes and topics relevant to our city. This year's book selection is The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein. You can now view…
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