Monday, July 8 | 6:30 p.m. | Central Library
Claire L. Evans, a contributor to Vice, The Guardian, and Wired and former editor of the multiplatform Motherboard, spotlights the unsung female visionaries who’ve helped write the story of the internet and related technology in a discussion of her book Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet.
June 1 - July 31, 2019
The Library launches an out-of-this-world learning adventure for all ages in this year’s Summer Reading Program. Explore a universe of stories, events, and activities that celebrate science fact and fiction alike. Read five books, earn a cosmically cool prize.
Exhibit on Display | June 1 - Sept. 8 | Central Library
Artist Ralph Steadman is known for his creative collaboration with writer Hunter S. Thompson, matching outrageous illustrations to Thompson’s gonzo writing. Beyond that partnership, Steadman’s career spans over 60 years; this summer, the Library is among a few U.S. sites hosting a touring retrospective exhibit of over 100 of his original works.
LGBT Pride Month in June commemorates the Stonewall riots in New York's Greenwich Village, which ignited the gay rights movement in the United States in 1969. In observance of Pride Month, the Library spotlights LGBTQIA+ book recommendations, film offerings, and other resources.