Whistleblower and Author Amy Block Joy
Join us for a riveting and thought-provoking talk by Amy Block Joy, whistleblower and author of Retaliation, on May 4, 2:00 pm, at the Livermore Public Library Civic Center, 1188 S. Livermore Avenue. Retaliation is a nail-biting, first person account about the danger of speaking out in the workplace. Amy Block Joy, a faculty member at a major public university and director of a federal program, knew what she had to do when she discovered apparent fraud at her university.
Teen Volunteers Needed This Summer At The Library
The Livermore Public Library is looking for Young Adult Volunteers (YAV) to assist with the 2014 Summer Reading Program. Interested teens must be: (1) a Livermore resident, (2) entering the 6th through 11th grades in fall 2014 and (3) be able to commit to volunteering 12 hours in both months of June and July. If you are a teen who meets these requirements, the application is available now. Returning YAVs will complete this application; new YAVs will complete this application. You may also pick up copies of the application at one of the three Livermore Library branches. Completed applications must be received by 4:50 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, 2014.
Read It! Dream It! Build It!
Calling all boys and girls in grades K-5! On April 26th, 2014, the Livermore Public Library will hold a building contest from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. Children will read a story and choose a character, place, or idea from the story. Using their building toys, children will build something from that story and bring it to the Civic Center Library at 10:30 am. Children will talk about the book they read and share how they build their project. Three judges will be on hand to award prizes and certificates. A grand prize will be awarded for first place in the following age categories: Grades K-1, Grades 2- 3, Grades 4-5. Certificates will be given to all participants.
( Read It! Dream It! Build It! Flyer )
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