Adults Create: Halloween Paper Craft

Join us for our monthly adult-only craft night and create Halloween themed paper decorations. Materials are generously provided by the Friends of the Sunnyvale Library.

Wednesday, October 14, 7 p.m.
Library Program Room 


The Library Talks: Tamora Pierce

Join us for a virtual author talk with Tamora Pierce, beloved author of Song of the Lioness, Wild Magic, and Terrier! The Library Talks brings featured authors to the library via live video conferencing. Participate in a live discussion and Q&A about fantasy, magic, and young ladies with swords.

Tuesday, October 13, 6:30 p.m.
Library Program Room


Ya Elah

Join musical group Ya Elah in celebrating International Day of the Girl with a performance of heartfelt, inspiring and stunning music. Part of our Sunday Music Series. Sponsored by the Friends of the Sunnyvale Public Library.

Sunday, October 11, 3:30 p.m.
Library Program Room


eBook Essentials: Hoopla

Learn the essentials of using Hoopla for free streaming movies, TV shows, music and audiobooks. Bring your personal device.

Register online.

Thursday, October 8, 3 p.m.
Thursday, October 22, 7 p.m.


Appy Hour

Do you have an Apple or Android tablet or smart phone? Great! We've got apps. Learn about free and paid apps covering a variety of topics from Library apps to photography, social media, and more.

Thursday, October 15, 2 p.m.
Library Program Room


Prior Art Searching

Learn about techniques to find prior art relating to your patent and/or trademark application. Presented by members of the IP Clinic at Lincoln Law School.

Wednesday, October 21, 7 p.m.
Library Program Room


Zen Coloring

Jump on board the recent trend of adults who color! Calm your mind and relieve stress by coloring beautifully drawn patterns, architectural shapes, and nature. This program is for adults only. No registration required. Sponsored by the Friends of the Sunnyvale Public Library.

Tuesday, October 20, 7 p.m.
Library Program Room


Natural Tips to Save Your Memory

What are normal memory lapses? What kind of forgetfulness is cause for concern? Join Jennifer Potter, ND to learn about natural ways to save your memory.

Monday, October 26, 7 p.m.
Library Program Room


Occupy the Farm Film Screening

Join Sunnyvale Public Library and the Sustainable Community Gardens as we screen and discuss Occupy the Farm, the story of 200 urban farmers who plant two acres of crops to save the land from development.

Monday, October 12, 6 p.m.
Library Program Room


Pow! Comic Book Swap

Join other comic book lovers for Sunnyvale Library's First Comic Book Swap! This is an all ages event where you can trade those issues of comic books you've already read for new-to-you comics! Bring any of your comics that you're ready to get rid of and check out what other Library users are reading!


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Sunnyvale, CA 94086
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Browse and check out popular fiction and non-fiction titles for kids, teens, and adults. Read on your tablet, Kindle Fire, iOS device, Android device or even your PC or Mac. Start reading on one device and continue on a different one. Visit the 3M website or ask a Librarian for help getting started on your device.

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The Library features free streaming movies, TV, music, and audiobooks. Watch on your computer or use the hoopla app to download content temporarily to your smartphone, tablet, computer, or Apple TV.  Create a hoopla digital account with your Sunnyvale library card.

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Mobile!Use the Library on the go with our new Sunnyvale Public Library app powered by Boopsie. Search the catalog, view holds, find Library events, renew materials, and browse our eResources from the palm of your hand. Visit your device's app store to download Sunnyvale Library Boopsie for free! Available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, and more. 

Discover and Go Free Museum Pass Program

Discover & Go Museum Pass ProgramLooking for a free, fun, educational outing for the family or an excursion for out-of-town guests? Sunnyvale Public Library has joined with other libraries to offer Discover & Go passes for Library cardholders to many Northern California museums and cultural institutions.

Discover & Go is a new service that allows Sunnyvale Library cardholders to print passes online for specific museums. Each Discover & Go pass expires the day after the reservation date. Library cardholders can reserve up to two passes at one time. Some of the museums that are available for free or at discounted prices include: The Marine Mammal Center, Charles M. Schulz Museum, The Tech Museum and the Pacific Pinball Museum. The full list of participating museums that are available to Sunnyvale Library cardholders can be found by going to Discover & Go.


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