Saturday, December 15, 2018

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San Antonio Public Library Honors Latinos and Latinas in Public Service to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Late Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez among others will be honored at events and programs featured September 15 – October 15 across the Library system

The San Antonio Public Library will celebrate Latinos and Latinos in public service this year as it honors the diversity and rich cultural heritage of the Alamo City during Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 – October 15.

Calling all Crafters! San Antonio Public Library accepting applications for annual Arts & Crafts Show at Parman Branch Library

Vendors wanted for October Arts & Crafts Show- Applications due Thursday, September 15

The San Antonio Public Library invites all local artists, artisans, and crafters to participate in the annual Parman Art Show on Saturday, October 15. The Library is currently accepting applications for vendors. The deadline to register is Thursday, September 15.

Each approved vendor will receive a 7'x7' indoor space with one 5'x2' table and 2 chairs for an entry fee of $50. Interested vendors may apply online at https://parman.wufoo.com/forms/parman-craft-show.

For more information about the event, call 210-207-2703.

May is National Asian Pacific American Heritage month

Throughout the month, we recognize the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians to the American story and celebrate Asian and Pacific American culture and heritage.

Children and Families invited to Symphony Saturdays at SAPL

Beginning Saturday, January 16, San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) will partner with the San Antonio Symphony to bring professional musicians to library branches.

Community Invited to Special Photo Exhibit at Five San Antonio Public Library Branches

San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) makes rich cultural and intellectual resources available to all. Beginning January 10, five SAPL branch libraries will feature “Reviving Benin,” a collection of images captured at the annual Voodoo Festival in Benin, West Africa. Nigerian photographer Nseabasi Akpan provides an all-access pass to performances held on the festival grounds and within the community.

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