The Santa Ana Public Library will offer virtual programming for adults, teens and children beginning Monday, April 20, while libraries are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Patrons will have opportunities to engage with programming that inspires literacy, creative thinking, mindfulness and connection with each other. These programs will launch during National Library Week, which is April 19-24, and will continue through the spring season.
TEA AND CIVILITY VIRTUAL BOOK/READING CLUB
Mondays and Thursdays, 4-5 p.m. (Tea Time)
Adult library patrons are invited to have a cup of tea and join us in a chat about books and reading via Zoom. Engage in mindfulness, civility, warmth and mutual connection over an appreciation for books, and reading. Registration is required for this program.
CHILLZONE: ONLINE TEEN LIBRARY CLUB
Tuesdays and Fridays, 3-4 p.m. (Chill Time)
Tweens and teens are invited to join us at our virtual ChillZone live chat. Tweens and Teens will have opportunities to connect with each other and share their interesting stories, books, gaming experience and general observations about the world around us via Zoom. They will also be able to participate in creative on-the-spot storytelling via our Story Circle at the ChillZone. Registration is required for this program.
STORYTIMES WITH MS. MICHELLE
Join us for all your storytime favorites, online! We will read stories, sing songs, share rhymes and help inspire a lifelong love of reading. Videos will be available anytime at www.YouTube.com/SantaAnaLibrary and no registration is required.
Visit the Library’s website at www.santa-ana.org/library/elibrary/virtual-programming for more information and instructions on how to access and participate in these programs.