San Francisco Public Library Gets into the Election Season Spirit (It’s Going to Be Great!) with New Power to the People Program Series

Septiembre 9, 2020

 

Media Contact: Kate Patterson  
415-312-9685| Kate.Patterson@sfpl.org

Programs include citizenship workshops, voter registration help, a bi-partisan ballot measure breakdown and a lesson on how to decipher fake news + the Library will host 17 polling sites throughout the City

Library of Congress Honors Oklahoma City and San Francisco Libraries for Service to Print-Disabled Readers

Agosto 20, 2020

 

Media Contact: Brett Zongker (202) 707-1639, bzongker@loc.gov

The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS) at the Library of Congress announced today that it will honor two of its cooperating libraries for their outstanding service to readers who are visually or physically disabled.

San Francisco Public Library’s Award-Winning Summer Learning Program Goes DIgital

Mayo 29, 2020

For Immediate Release: May 29, 2020
Media Contact: Jaime Wong 
(415) 214-2279Jaime.Wong@sfpl.org

 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY’S AWARD-WINNING SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAM GOES DIGITAL 

Acclaimed children’s book illustrator, Alison Farrell, creates original art for City’s landmark summer learning program

 

San Francisco Public Library Presents the San Francisco Debut of Photographer Matt Herron’s I’m Walkin’ For My Freedom: The Selma March and Voting Rights

Enero 29, 2020

 

For Immediate Release: December 18, 2019

Kate Patterson, San Francisco Public Library (415) 557-4252 / kate.patterson@sfpl.org

 

San Francisco Public Library Presents the San Francisco Debut of Photographer Matt Herron’s I’m Walkin’ For My Freedom: The Selma March and Voting Rights