We have gathered the following information to help you locate nearby services for help filing your taxes.
Celebrating Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead
Join the Palo Alto City Library to celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) through crafts, books, movies and other resources.
We've partnered with local agencies, organizations and businesses to share resources & ideas on sustainability.
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…
Virtual Tax Assistance
The Stanford Law School Free Tax Preparation Clinic will provide FREE virtual assistance this year, starting February 13.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
Every year we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and more recently this holiday has become a "day of service"--an opportunity to do something meaningful for your community. Celebrating Dr. King’s birthday with Books & Media If you’d like to learn more about Dr. King through books, you can find them using…
Finding Picture Books in Our Library Catalog
Book Bundles are now available for checkout through our Sidewalk Service! However, you can still find great picture books on your own and here are some ideas on how to find them: Our librarians have put together lists of picture books based on popular requests: PACL Recommends: Favorite Picture Books PACL Recommends: Help for Parents…
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…
Virtual Storytimes in Other Languages
Storytime is a powerful tool in helping young children develop their language skills, as well as learn new ones! The Library has enjoyed offering multilingual storytimes in the past, but we've had to suspend that programming, due to the pandemic. However, we've have found a few storytellers who are providing virtual storytimes in the following…
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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