Happenings at Saticoy

Saticoy 3D Printing Club 2017

2017-05-05 05:26:26 admin


May 8


Explore this emerging technology through hands-on experiences with creative tools, discover new skills through design-based problem solving, and connect with others in a collaborative and positive learning environment.

For more information contact: derek.stalcup@ventura.org

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Saticoy Crafternoon 2017

2017-04-05 05:32:50 admin

Now on Wednesdays

3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

May 3, 10, 17,  24 & 31

Get your craft on in the afternoon for this special crafternoon.


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Saticoy - Make it! Workshops: Science Through Arts & Crafts

2017-04-03 00:26:26 admin

Saturday, May 6 & May 27, 12:00pm to 1:30 pm

Saticoy Library invites you to create circuits and explore electronics with Squishy Circuits!

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New Early Literacy Class at Saticoy Library

2017-03-20 23:37:06 admin

Sing, Talk, Read, Play Write

Help get your child ready to read
Thursdays, 9:30 to 10:30 am
Saticoy Library

This is a new class, in addition to the 11:00 am Early Literacy Class.

For more info:  contact Rick Gurrola (805) 673-3610, RGurrola@hacityventura.gov

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Early Literacy Classes 2017

2017-03-18 07:34:55 admin

Early Literacy Classes, aka Storytime:

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

Bringing your child to the library’s Early Literacy Class is a great way to introduce your child to the library and early literacy.  The following tips will help make the class an enjoyable experience for everyone.

  • Arrive early enough so your child has time to settle in.
  • Participate with your child and join in the songs and activities.
  • There are good days and bad days. If your child is fussy, please take them out of the early literacy class area and rejoin us when she or she is ready.
  • Reduce distractions by putting books, toys & food away
  • Cell phones should be silenced or turned off. If you choose to take a phone call, please step outside.
  • Extend the early literacy class experience at home. Check out books each week before you leave.
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