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A Solano County Sheriff Deputy and their K9 partner will be here to share a story and talk about how dogs help the Sheriff’s Department do its work in the community. This program is possible due to the generous support of the Fairfield-Suisun Friends of the Library. Armijo High School College and Career Advisor Sandy Anderson will present a fun and interactive workshop on preparing for college. Representatives from the Suisun Wildlife Rescue Center will be at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library to talk about what they do for wildlife in the area. All ages are welcome to attend, especially children and their families. Learn about the library and literacy (English as a Second Language) resources.Afterward, participants can make their own Paw Patrol badge. Learn all about the Suisun Marsh and the Rescue Center's mission to assist our local wildlife and get a chance to see some of the Center's current animal residents. Enjoy refreshments and music and dance with Youth Folklorico Group - Danzantes Unidos of Vacaville.The Vacaville Cultural Center Library’s Teen Anime Club will be meeting on Wednesday, June 6 from p.m. Get a chance to make new friends with fellow anime fans, watch episodes from the most popular series, and discuss your favorite anime and manga series. In January 2016, Vallejo resident Wayne Goodman and his San Francisco-based partner, Rick May, began hosting their “Perfectly Queer” reading series at local, independent bookstores in San Francisco and Oakland. Vallejo, CA 94590 When Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 7 p.m.Their goal has been to bring queer-identified authors into bookstores to help support both the writers and the stores. Who The readers will include Achy Obejas, author of the critically acclaimed novel “Ruins” and Director of the MFA in Translation program at Mills College; Jon Wilson, a 2016 Finalist for his mystery novel “Cheap as Beasts”; Richard Loranger, a writer of poetry and prose, as well as a visual and performance artist; and Gar Mc Vey-Russell, author of the new novel, “Sin Against the Race” and writer of feature articles for the LGBTQ newsmagazine Ten Percent. More info 866-572-7587 – Fairfield Civic Center Library will host a seed art making program for children on Wednesday, June 6 from -pm.Kids will learn how to make their own robots that create scribble art. Children under 8 years old must be accompanied by an adult. This program is provided for free to the public, thanks to the Vacaville Friends of the Library. For further information call 1-866-57-ASKUS or look on the library website at A tech-savvy volunteer will be available to help with almost any portable device, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and much more.Meet a real life Paw Patrol Pal at the Fairfield Civic Center Library! This event will be held at the Suisun City Library on Tuesday May 15 Anyone needing help with their digital device can bring it to the Gadget Clinic at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library on Fridays from 2 p.m. No appointments are necessary; drop-in assistance will be provided by the volunteer. For further information call 1-866-57-ASKUS or look on the library website at For further information call 1-866-57-ASKUS or look on the library website at

The Solano Transportation Authority is providing free helmets to children while Solano County’s Safe Routes to School will provide fun and educational information.Children are also welcome to participate, but must be accompanied by an adult. Spice up everyday objects using magazine cutouts and Mod Podge. Please call or come by the library’s Information Desk to sign up. For further information call 1-866-57-ASKUS or look on the library website at Make pendants, fridge magnets, or decorate something brought from home. This program is provided for free to the public, thanks to the Vacaville Friends of the Library. For further information call 1-866-57-ASKUS or look on the library website at What Queer Words – Celebrate Pride Month A Pride Literature reading with authors Achy Obejas, Jon Wilson, Richard Loranger and Gar Mc Vey-Russell.Anyone needing help with their digital device can bring it to the Gadget Clinic at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library on Fridays from 2 p.m. No appointments are necessary; drop-in assistance will be provided by the volunteer. For further information call 1-866-57-ASKUS or look on the library website at “Afternoon Adventures” is a series of programs for kids to have afterschool fun, with a different activity each week.

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