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City of Fort Bragg Banned Books Week Proclamation

The City of Fort Bragg Proclaims September 26-October 2, 2021 Banned Books Week! Read the Proclamation here then head to the library to protect your rights and READ BANNED BOOKS!

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Hispanic Heritage Month Storytime on YouTube

Hispanic Heritage Month Storytime on YouTube If you missed our Storytime in person, not to fret! You can watch them virtually on our YouTube Channel! Just click on the arrow below.  

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Mechanic Workshop Series

MENDOCINO COUNTY LIBRARY PRESENTS Mechanic Shop Virtual Workshop Series Mendocino County Library Press Release September 9, 2021 How the Heck Do I Buy a Used Car? Sat. Sept. 25th 2:30-4pm. Maybe you have a car and it’s on its last ...

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A Great Big Thank You to all who attended the September Book Sale

The Friends of the Fort Bragg Library wish to extend a great big THANK YOU! to all who attended and to those who purchased items at our September Book Sale. Because of your generosity, the September Book Sale raised over ...

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2021 Summer Reading Stats

Fort Bragg Library sends a great big THANK YOU! to all 2021 Summer Reading participants.   The last two years have been difficult, with lockdowns, mask mandates, limited use restrictions, etc but our community has persevered and continues to amaze ...

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Book Sale this Saturday ~ 9/4/2021

A “Friendly” Reminder Since Paul Bunyan Days are on hold, the Friends of the Fort Bragg Library will be holding their next BIG book sale, this Saturday, 10-4 in the library Community Room. Come and browse their large selection of ...

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Banned Books Week ~ September 26 – October 2

Save the date! Banned Books Week is September 26 – October 2, 2021 Ten most challenged books of 2021: George by Alex Gino. Challenged, banned, and restricted for LGBTQIA+ content, conflicting with a religious viewpoint, and not reflecting “the values ...

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