Peace Paper Project

Drop in anytime to try the ancient tradition of making paper by hand.
"The process of making paper is a direct manifestation of resilience, as it requires breaking something down in order to create something new and beautiful."

This is a Free Scotts Valley Friends Sponsored Event!

April 29th
Where Scotts Valley Library, 251 Kings Village Road, Scotts Valley
Times - 2:00-6:00PM 

Willing Suspension Armchair Theater

Free performances at Scotts Valley Branch:

Thurs. March 12  -  How Women Won the Vote 
Thurs. April 9 - Campfires, Coyotes & Cowboys 
Thurs. May 28 - Wit, Wisdom and Wisecracks

Where Scotts Valley Library, 251 Kings Village Road, Scotts Valley
Times - 7:00 PM

New Art Installation "The Original Selfie"

Rhea O'Neill
Scotts Valley’s Newest Installation ‘Art in the Library’ installation celebrates the original ‘selfies’ – an exhibition of self portraits by 80 Santa Cruz County artists. The installation is available for viewing January 24 through April 25 at the Scotts Valley Library. Additionally, the public is invited to an artist’s reception on: 

The reception was on Sunday, February 8 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. at the library, located at 251 Kings Village Rd. in Scotts Valley.
There were between 400-500 people in attendance and a fabulous time was had by all !

The artist’s reception is open to the public and provides the opportunity to view the self-portraits and meet all of the artists.

Scotts Valley Library Spring Book Sale - Saturday, June 20th!!

Join the Friends of the Scotts Valley Library for our annual Spring Book Sale:

When Saturday, June 20
Where Scotts Valley Library, 251 Kings Village Road, Scotts Valley
Times 10:00 am until 4:00 pm  (To enter the library before 11am use the patio door!)

We will be selling gently used books including fiction, non-fiction, lots of children's books, wonderful cookbooks, inspiring crafts and gardening books, a healthy selection of reference books, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks and so much more!

A great community event... don't miss it!! 

See you at the Library this Saturday.