Castro Valley Library


Bored? Games! and more this week by deniseqbaker
Tuesday, November 25, 2008, 3:39 pm
Filed under: Children, Programs, Uncategorized

Since school is not in session this week, the Library has had some special events for kids. On Monday and Tuesday the entire children’s area turned into board game heaven. Dozens of different games old and new were available for challenges.

Bored no more thanks to board games galore!

Bored no more thanks to board games galore!

On Wednesday November 26th at 10:30am, kids of all ages can make a turkey puppet to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

December will be here before you  know it, with LEGO Club on Saturday December 6th, and our “Merry Mice” holiday craft on Saturday, December 13th at 2pm. Be sure to join us–don’t miss out on the fun!

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Raise the roof by carolynhope
Monday, November 10, 2008, 3:51 pm
Filed under: Building site | Tags:

Castro Valley Library RoofIf you take a drive by the new library you’ll see that the roof is being attached this week. This is great news, especially if we can beat the rain!



Digital TV is coming; are you ready? by library1.5
Tuesday, November 4, 2008, 3:46 pm
Filed under: Programs | Tags:

oldtvA representative from the FCC will be here at the Castro Valley Library,  this Saturday, November 8, at 11 AM,  to present an informational program on the coming Digital TV transition.   On February 17, 2009, federal law required that all full power television stations stop broadcasting in analog format and broacast only in digitial format. If you are receiving television reception with a roof top antena or rabbit ears you will be affected by this change.  

The FCC rep will talk about the converter box you will need to buy and will demonstrate how to install it. The FCC is offering a coupon to use toward buying the box (each household may request 2 coupons). Boxes  may be purchased at most electronics stores.  Bring your questions about this important change to the Library this Saturday.

For more information check out the FCC site at www.dtv.gov.




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