National Screening: 1984



On April 4, 2017, independent movie theaters in over 80 cities across 35 states will be screening 1984 (dir. Michael Radford, 1984), the film based on George Orwell’s best-selling novel.
In solidarity with these theaters in their stand for free speech, respect for human rights, and promulgation of factual news, the Scotts Valley Library will be participating in this nation-wide screening and community conversation. Come and watch, talk, and learn about this chillingly-relevant story of a man escaping from an overwhelmingly oppressive regime.

This film is rated R.


Tuesday, April 4th

5:00pm-7:00pm
251 Kings Village Rd.

Table Top Night


Unplug for a few hours...

These aren’t your grandparents’ board games! Games like Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, and Exploding Kittens as well as many others will be available.

This is a program for adults only (ages 21+).

1st & 3rd Wednesdays
Starting March 1

6:30pm-8:30pm
251 Kings Village Rd







ART IN THE LIBRARY presents "AGELESS ART"




We invite you to the reception for our exhibit at the Scotts Valley Library from 2:00 - 4:00 on March 26.

Meet the artists, Horsdoeuvres, Libations and Music. 

This exhibit spans the ages from the Ageless Art  and 4H programs to the Watershed and Drawn2Art Schools. Brian Bowes will be showing plates from his new book along with whimsical sculptures from Peter Koronakos  and paintings by Hannah Posner.

March 11th to June 10th in the Scotts Valley Library.
 




To The Top of the World


Author Talk: Kaitlin Bowman


One scientist's expedition to the North Pole.

Join UCSC oceanographer Katlin Bowman on an expedition to the Arctic.

There will be a reading followed by an activity on bioaccumulation.
Perfect for Ages 6 to 11!

February 18th
11:00am – 12pm