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Virtual events: Enjoy LIVE storytimes, book clubs, workshops, and other activities from home. For a description of these events and to register, visit Sonoma County Library’s Events Calendar online at

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Adult Programs

Virtual Master Gardeners presentation: Super succulents for Sonoma County Sat. April 9, 10:30-12; Sonoma County Master Gardener Anne Lowings will discuss the best varieties of succulents to grow in Sonoma County. Registration required, go to or to complete your registration.

Virtual Book Club discussion: The Mercies by Kiran Hargrave. You. April 19, 11-12 pm Lending copies available for pickup. Registration required.

Rohnert Park Senior Center Mystery Book Club Thurs. April 21, 11-12 pm Join fellow mystery lovers in person for lively and friendly discussion at the Senior Center located at 6800 Hunter Dr. This month we are discussing The Holdout by Graham Moore. Lending copies available for pickup at the library.

Children and Teen Programs

Dial Story! (All ages) Call any time of the day or night at (707) 755-2050 to listen to a recording of a children’s librarian reading a storybook. A new story is released every Wed. Stories are available in English and Spanish and geared towards preschool age children.

Take and Make Craft Kits (grades K-6) Kits available at the library starting on the 15th each month. While supplies last.

First Chapter Book Club (grades 1-3) First and third Wed., 3:30 pm Join Miss Kate in person at the library for a read-a-long book club for 1-3rd grade readers to practice reading aloud. Register in person, by phone, or online at A new book is read each month and given to each young reader to keep!

Read to a Dog (grades K-6) Second and fourth Thurs., 3:30-4:30 pm Practice reading in person with a 4Paws certified therapy dog ​​to improve reading skills and confidence.

Virtual Pride Club for Teens (ages 13-18) Tues., 5-6 pm A virtual club for queer teens and allies to discuss books and other media on a monthly theme.

Sonoma County Coderdojo (ages 12-17) Tues., 6-7 pm Learn to code, develop websites, games, and much, much more. Beginners are welcome! (Virtual.)

Virtual Teen Anime Club (grades 7-12) Wed., 4:30-5:30 pm Come meet other teens who enjoy watching Anime and discussing Manga.


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