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Lunch at the Library Solano County Library is providing free meals for children and teens ages 2 to 18 at many branches. The program was established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. No applications are required. Come by participating branches, enjoy free lunch, and take part in our Summer Reading Program! • Dixon Library: June 6- July 29, 11am-12pm • Fairfield Civic Center Library: June 13-July 29, 11am-12pm • Vallejo John F. Kennedy Library: June 13–August 12, 12pm-1 pm • Rio Vista Library: TBA • Vacaville Town Square Library: June 13- July 19 12pm-1pm No lunch on the 4th of July. For Lunch at the Library schedule updates, visit solanolibrary.com/events This institution is an equal opportunity provider. The Summer Food Service Program is a program of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, administered in California by the California Department of Education. Lunch at the Library is a project of the California State Library in partnership with the California Library Association and supported with funds from the State of California.

Lunch at the Library!

Solano County Library is providing free meals for children and teens, ages 2 to 18, at several branches. Come by participating Solano County Library branches, enjoy free lunch & take part in our Summer Reading Program! •Dixon Library: June 6-July…

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Enjoy access to NewsBank with your Solano County Library card!

Enjoy Access to NewsBank with Your Solano County Library Card!

NewsBank gives you access to the Vacaville Reporter, the Vallejo Times-Herald, America’s News, Hispanic Life in America and hundreds of newspapers throughout the U.S. It also features Hot Topics such as politics, business, health, sports, cultural activities and people. Its diverse source types include printed…

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Solano County Library is continually working to provide programs and materials that reflect the multicultural perspectives of our diverse communities. We’ve selected Stacey Lee’s historical fiction, The Downstairs Girl which “…conveys the effects of restrictions placed on women and people of color and celebrates the strengths and talents of marginalized people struggling to break society’s barriers in any age.” The book will be a springboard to celebrate the strengths, perseverance, and talents of local women of color through a series of library programs and events themed “Groundbreaking Women”.

“Groundbreaking Women” Book To Action 2022

Solano County Library is proud to have been chosen to take part with you, our community, in the 2022 #BookToAction initiative! The California State Library offers Book to Action, a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funding opportunity for public…

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California State Library Parks Pass at Solano County Library!

California State Library Parks Pass!

Plan your adventure with the California State Library Parks Pass! The California State Library Parks Pass is valid at 200+ participating state parks. For a list of state parks, click HERE Park for free! Pass entitles bearer to free vehicle…

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