A week-long celebration of America’s libraries is being observed this week with the theme, "Unlimited possibilities @ your library®."
Stop by your local library to see how far libraries have come since 1958, when the first National Library Week was celebrated.
At the library today, you can see the work of local artists and crafters; hear a speaker on topic of special interest; learn how to do something new; use wi-fi and computers; find books, audiobooks, videos and electronic resources; or do something fun and educational with your kids.
Fontana Regional Library extends its services beyond its buildings by making available electronic resources that patrons can access and use anywhere—from home or while traveling. From digital magazines to eBooks, eAudiobooks, and databases for research, the library provides resources to any cardholder with an internet connection. For those without a connection, computers and wi-fi are available at the library, as is instruction in how to use computers and eReaders.
Students, job seekers, and learners of all ages can find what they need to realize their potential at the library, from test preparation for a trade, the GED, SAT, and ASVAB to preschool learning activities and research assistance for school projects or personal interests.
Children’s storytimes and activities are perennial favorites, and have been since the first National Library Week more than fifty years ago, but today, Fontana Regional Library provides teens with their own special events, activities, volunteer opportunities, and a Summer Reading Program that runs parallel to the program for younger children.
No matter your interests or your age, Fontana Regional Library can connect you to unlimited possibilities.
For more information, please contact your local library or visit www.fontanalib.org for information or to connect with electronic resources. Support your library- contact your legislators today!