Livermore: Library and Schools Partner for Students with One Card

From Independent News

” As Livermore students receive their Student Identification (ID) cards at the start of the new school year in August, they will also be receiving a new library card. The Student One Card is a result of a partnership between the City of Livermore Library and the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) that provides all middle and high school students with access to the books, materials, databases, and online services that are available to Library patrons.Nathan Brumley, Livermore Public Library’s Supervising Librarian for Youth Services, and Philomena Rambo, LVJUSD’s Director of Community Engagement have worked closely with both Library and LVJUSD staff to create this program in our
community. ”

Robotics Showcase at Livermore Library

From The Independent

” On Sat., Jan. 26, a free Student Robotics Fair was hosted at Livermore Public Library. The event included presentations of remotely operated underwater vehicles by experts from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute and Marine Advanced Technology Education Center. Local students showcased their robotics projects in a partnership with the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.”

Livermore: Heritage Happenings Planned at Two Libraries

From The Independent

“The 2017 Tri-Valley Heritage Happenings are scheduled to take place from 1 to 5 pm at the Pleasanton Library on Sundays Oct. 1 and Oct. 22 and from 2 to 5 pm at the Livermore Library on Mon. Oct. 9 and Wed. Oct. 18.In celebration of National Family History Month the Livermore – Amador Genealogical Society is holding four public outreach events during the month of October at the Pleasanton and Livermore Libraries to promote community interest in family heritage by helping people locate their ancestors in census and other records. L-AGS was founded in 1977. Members help people of all skill levels to improve their knowledge and understanding of their ancestors and their connections to historical events. Although the name says Livermore-Amador, members provide expertise in nearly all aspects of family history exploration from 17th-century colonization through research of twentieth-century immigration from all ancestral continents.”