Archive | December, 2008

Library Closed December 31-January 1

Flickr photo by Christopher Chan

Flickr photo by Christopher Chan

A reminder to all of our customers that the Sunnyvale Library will be closed on New Years Eve, Wednesday, December 31, and New Years Day, Thursday, January 1.  We will re-open with normal hours on Friday, January 2, at 10 a.m.

Also, our 2009 magnetic calendars are now available, so please pick one up when you are in the Library next.  We hope to see you in the new year!

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Library Closed December 24-25

Flickr photo by joshunter

Flickr photo by joshunter

A reminder to all of our customers that the Sunnyvale Library will be closed on Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24, and Christmas Day, Thursday, December 25.  We will re-open with normal hours on Friday, December 26, at 10 a.m.

All our Library staff would like to wish you and your family a happy and safe holiday season!

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A Budget Friendly Holiday

Classic Crafts and Recipes for the HolidaysYou may already know that Sunnyvale Library is a great place to save money.  The library provides books, DVD’s, magazines, CD’s, computers, educational programs, and a quiet place to study, all for free!

The library is also filled with information that can help you save money during this holiday season.

Instead of buying expensive gifts, you could show your love and appreciation by giving family and friends homemade baked goods.  The library has books on how to make your own cookies, breads, pies, and even a section on holiday cookery.

If baking is not your forte, you could still make very special handmade gifts with the help of the library’s books on knitting, sewing, or scrapbooking.

The library also has books on holiday crafts, so you can save money by making your own holiday cards, wreaths, and homemade wrapping paper. And if Christmas ornaments are not in your budget this year, you could even make your own Christmas decorations.

Handmade items will not only save you money and a trip to the mall during this holiday season.  They might even make the holidays more special for you and your loved ones, because of the thought, love, and personalization that goes into a handmade gift.

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