Tulare: Public libraries throughout the county are learning the benefits to 3-D Printing

From The Sun Gazette

“Tulareans have enjoyed the experience of watching a 3-D printer in action during the past few weeks. It’s owned by the San Joaquin Valley Library System (SJVLS) and has been on loan to the Tulare Public Library.The purpose has been to share the technology with library users, and to further grasp its usefulness in education and with the local business community, said Heidi Clark, library manager.The SJVLS actually has two 3-D printers available to its member libraries. With eight member library districts and two independent city libraries, there has been a lot of demand. Tulare Public Library is considering purchasing its own. The Tulare County Library (TCL) already has.”

http://www.thesungazette.com/article/news/2019/01/30/public-libraries-throughout-the-county-are-learning-the-benefits-to-3-d-printing/

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Tulare Library boasts Veterans Resource Center

from the Visalia Times-Delta

“One of these resources that I would like to let you know about is the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) located in the Tulare Public Library (TPL), located at 475 North M St., Tulare 93274. The purpose of the VRC is to assist veterans and their families in learning about the state and federal benefits to which they may be entitled.”

http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/story/opinion/2015/08/01/tulare-library-boasts-veterans-resource-center/30966657/