The San Bernardino Public Library is participating in the SYNC Audiobooks for Teens program this year. SYNC will make available two FREE Audiobook downloads to each registered listener every week, between April 27 and August 16. In 2017, 32 titles will be given away through the 16 week-long season.
This morning, the students and staff at North Park Elementary were victims of a shooting event. San Bernardino City and School Police responded immediately and are currently on scene with other local public safety agencies. We encourage the community to stay clear of the area and to keep the students, staff, and families of North Park Elementary in prayer.
The City of San Bernardino Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is gearing up for Spring with an outdoor Fitness Boot Camp. Boot Camp is a combination of strength, muscle endurance, cardio, core, and functional movement exercises. The first Spring sessions start on April 3 or 4 at the Littlefield/Shultis or Tom Minor Parks in San Bernardino.
The adult book collections and a significant portion of the main floor study areas at Feldheym Central Library are scheduled to be unavailable starting Saturday, March 25th for approximately two or more weeks because of replacement of the skylight that is a significant part of the library’s roof replacement project. Adult book collections scheduled to be unavailable to the public and staff include adult fiction, mystery, science fiction and westerns; large print; adult non-fiction; and adult oversize. Paperback collections that can be browsed are also unavailable. Study space on the main floor including the four study rooms will be unavailable and the Friends of the San Bernardino Public Library ongoing book sale is also unavailable.
Last night, the region’s only economic development organization, Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP), recognized the San Bernardino Quality of Life Team with the Public-Private Partnership Award at their Fourth Annual Red Tape to Red Carpet Awards sponsored by J.P. Morgan Chase. The purpose of the event is to recognize agencies that have developed innovative ways to avoid bureaucratic red tape for the betterment of local economies and communities.
A new pothole repair program is underway! The program began last week along Tippecanoe (between 5th and I-10), covering 173 potholes. This week they are working on Waterman (between 5th and I-10). Please adhere to traffic signs and use caution around roadwork zones. Learn more about the program here.