Renovations are complete at the Sparks Library, and earlier this week it again opened its doors to the public.
The library, which has been in its current building since 1965, has been updated with new flooring, furniture, and layout improvements. Upgrades to the Young People’s Library include a refreshed children’s collection featuring the latest bestsellers. New seating, laptop tables, and study tables will maximize opportunities for research and gather in this community hub.
All services have been resumed, so you can again browse the shelves, pick up holds, and attend events at this branch.
Join us for an informative presentation on critical race theory from University of Nevada Assistant Professor Callum Ingram. This event is presented in conjunction with the How Did You Survive? Holocaust exhibit at the Northwest Reno Library through May.
Nazanin Arastoo's interactive performances include her own unique puppet designs and handcrafted puppets from various countries. Lost in the Forest is an original puppet play about a little boy whose misadventures while lost in the forest lead to a host of hilarious and meaningful encounters.
Drop by the Sparks Teen Zone after school every Wednesday for some chill activities and conversation. Bring a friend or two. This week, join us as we learn how to bullet journal and organize for success!
This week we will be working with the vinyl cutter and heat press. You can make a simple sticker for your wall, your car window, or a water bottle, or you can make a personalized tote bag or T-shirt. Choose a simple, two-tone image from the internet, or bring a flash drive with an image file you created.