The Friends of the Scotts Valley Library is a nonprofit organization which strives to support and expand the educational, cultural and outreach programs of the Scotts Valley Branch Library, while advocating for equity and access to resources for all.
Patio Storybook Walk
Follow the pages around the patio on this self-guided stroll and read a beautifully illustrated story along the way. The Keeper of Wild Words by Brooke Smith tells the story of nature’s “lost” words and memorializes dozens of natural words - poppy, lavender, monarch, violet - that were cut from the Oxford Junior Dictionary.
The walk is presented for your family’s enjoyment by the Friends of the Scotts Valley Library. June 3 to June 30.
Kid's Emoji Game: Stop by the Storybook Walk Activities Table & pick up a game sheet. Click here
to check your answers.
New Art Show: Artist Heidi Michelle
Heidi combines watercolor, ink, collage and stencil to create pieces that are fresh, lively, and offer her unique perspective on traditional floral portraits.
Her show will run from April 8 to June 22.
Honor & Memorial Gifts
Are you looking for a way to honor a loved one or leave a legacy to the Scotts Valley Library?
The donor tree near the front lobby of the library has leaves available for purchase. The suggested donation is $300 or more. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or to arrange a donation.
The Friends of the Scotts Valley Library is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Your gift is fully tax-deductible as allowable by law.