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Showing posts from June, 2017

Anna-Marie McLemore is visiting Tulare County Library's Visalia Branch!

It's official! She's coming HERE! YA author will be visiting the Visalia Branch Saturday, July 8th. She'll sign books, talking about the art of writing, her writing process, the publishing industry,  and she will be signing books too!   (I'll try not to fangirl too hard. . . )

Virtual Reality @ Tulare County Library

Hey! IT'S HEEEEERE!!!!!!!!!! Deborah Lynch Communications Officer (916) 651-6452 June 7, 2017   Virtual Reality Arrives in California Libraries Sacramento, Calif. — Libraries have long served as a place to explore new subjects and learn about the world. A new collaboration between the California State Library and Oculus VR, a division of Facebook Inc., will bring virtual reality technology to patrons in nearly half of the library jurisdictions throughout California. “Oculus is proud of our work with the California State Library and Califa to make virtual reality technology available through local libraries,” said Cindy Ball, program manager for Oculus Education. “Californians will gain access to a wide range of enhanced services, from curriculum that takes students into outer space to providing hands-on training in skills like engine repair and beyond.”             “Virtual Reality

Teen Art Workshops & Movies this Summer

 Afterwards, if you want to hang out and draw, or play D&D, you are welcome!   Ahh summer! What would summer vacation be without movies?  Enjoy teen films this summer with the AC blasting, popcorn, and soft drinks. 

Teen Game Days at the Visalia Branch this Summer

Got game? So do we. Loads of them. So join us for our free & fun gaming get-togethers this summer. Gamers from noob to Deity level are welcome.  If you have your own games you would like to share, bring them!  --Carrie