Improve your English listening and speaking skills in a friendly setting. For all levels of English language learners. Chat topics will include American culture, life skills and current events. Make friends, discover new cultures, and learn new words. No sign-up needed.
Enjoy an afternoon exploring virtual worlds with our Oculus Rift headset, Wii games and family board games. This is a FREE event and no registration is required. All ages are welcome, but you must be at least 13 years old to use our Oculus Rift headset.
Kids, grades K-6! Come to the Library to be tutored for FREE by the people of Next Gen! They'll be helping you out in SOCIAL STUDIES, MATH, and LANGUAGE ARTS. Expand your knowledge with these dedicated high school students who work one-on-one or in small groups to assist students in learning. We'll be doing this until April 24, 2018.
In our Conference Room and in the Auditorium. There's no registration needed and Drop-Ins are welcome. See you there!
Do you need some help understanding computer usage? Come to our Computer Training Center on Tuesday afternoons at 4:00. Our volunteer teens can help you with your questions. Email, Internet searching or troubleshooting, Google Docs, and more! One-on-one tutoring is really helpful, so drop in and try it, on our computers. All adults are welcome. Free, of course!
Join us for Tabletop Tuesdays: Teen/Tween boardgames
in the Campbell Library Teen Room. We will
have loads of card and boardgames, competitive & cooperative, for you to
try out. Drop in or stay the whole time, no experience necessary. This event is for tweens/teens ages 11-18 only. No
This Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, dance-fitness party exhilarates your senses and works all major muscle groups in a high-energy cardio blast that leaves you invigorated, refreshed and full of life. Zumba features rhythms like salsa, merengue, cumbia and samba set to Latin and international beats. Come join the Zumba Party at the Gilroy Library!
Join us on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm for School-Age Stories - a program designed with the older child in mind--longer stories and developmentally appropriate activities for children in grades K to 4th. In the Children's Activity Room.
The Gilroy Library Book Club will discuss Season of the Witch by David Talbot. Adults and teens of all ages are welcome. You may check out a copy at the Gilroy Library Information Desk upstairs. The Book Club generally meets on the last Tuesday of each month at 7pm and, for a morning session, on the first Friday of the following month at 10:15am
Drawing from her new garden memoir Cutting Back,
Leslie Buck will discuss the
natural garden pruning traditions of Japan. She will illustrate how the Japanese use a native
plant palate, how the gardens of Japan evoke the wild landscape, and the tricks
Japanese garden craftsmen use to design with native plants over time. She will also present photos from her book.
Leslie is a garden designer and aesthetic pruner, who specializes in
natural design in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has over two decades of
gardening experience, and a fine art degree from U.C. Berkeley and the Bordeaux
School of Fine Arts in France. In 2000, Leslie studied with Uetoh Zoen, one of
the oldest and most highly acclaimed landscape companies in Japan.
book will be available for sale and signing after the program.
Master Gardener Nella Henninger will give a season by season guide to attracting butterflies and other pollinators to your garden. Learn some of the best plants for our area for water-wise habitat establishment. A garden planted to attract pollinators and other beneficial insects can be beautiful, fragrant and alive with wildlife - all year!
Young children and caregivers are invited to a music concert by Andy Z's at the Cupertino Library on September 27th at 10:15 am. Andy engages children (and parents) with stories and songs that run the gamut from educational to just plain silly, from dance songs to lullabies, from sing-a-longs to fingerplays. Concert will be held at Cupertino Community Hall next door to the Cupertino Library.
Are you ready to take the citizenship test in the coming months and need to prepare? Have you been a legal permanent resident for at least 5 years, or 3 years if married to a US citizen? Can you read, write, speak, and understand basic English?
What you will learn:
Overview of the citizenship process Understand the N-400 and where to get legal help What information and skills you need to pass the exam What to expect at the interview Practice interview techniques, reading and writing