The Cupertino Library Foundation (CLF) announced its fifth annual 2016 S^4-Super Summer Science Search™ Contest, a free community program open to all outgoing 6th, 7th and 8th graders living in the Cupertino Union School District (CUSD). This year students will propose solutions to some of the biggest issues facing our country’s cities. “We are very […]More →
Eno Schmidt, President of the Cupertino Library Foundation, has been awarded the 2016 Cupertino Citizen of the Year Award.More →
Find out how math and art intersects at the Fusion Science.Art.Technology lecture at 1 p.m., Sunday, March 13, in the Cupertino Community Hall, co-sponsored by the Cupertino Library and the Cupertino Library Foundation.More →
The Cupertino Library Foundation was honored with the 2016 Bridge Award for nonprofit excellence by the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce in February.More →
Find out what it takes to be mayor of the City of Cupertino! 8th Graders: Enter the AAPA 8th Grade Essay Contest!More →
Download the Action Guide for Re-Envisioning Your Public Library with strategic activities and worksheets that evaluate the current level of support for your library and the resources needed to plan and convene your own community dialogue.More →
Saddle up and watch seven FREE westerns in this special session of motion picture history brought to you by the Cupertino Library Foundation in partnership with the Cupertino Library and Blue Light Cinema. Please join us for a wild cinematic ride through the ever fascinating landscape of the Western.More →
Learn how the Foundation is connecting the Cupertino community in a 3-part video series on KMTV’s Silicon Valley Nonprofits.More →
Don’t miss this FREE matinee film series in Cupertino exploring the work of Alfred Hitchcock – the great master of suspense.More →
Check out the photos of Star Trek Stars Sean Kenney, Gary Lockwood and Marc Cushman who landed in Cupertino for interactive fun and storytelling at the third annual “Star Trek, The Future, and You!”More →
San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s performance of Hamlet played to an enthralled audience of about 110 people in Community Hall on Saturday, December 12th. The group returned for its fourth consecutive appearance in this the Fourth Annual Cupertino Library Foundation’s 2015 Fall Performing Arts and Culture Series held in collaboration with the Library.More →
Mayor Barry Chang challenges the teenagers of Cupertino to create a 5 – 10 minute video addressing the local traffic problems and propose logical, realistic solutions (one or more) to help improve transportation.More →
Stop by the Cupertino Library and Enjoy the Art on DisplayMore →
The Library Foundation Teen Council demonstrated leadership through its inaugural community event—Gateway to Learning at the Cupertino Fall Festival in September.More →
Today is Amazon Prime Day and it will be one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Remind your supporters to shop at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate to Cupertino Library Foundation.More →
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CUSD middle students – Sign up for STEAM LEADS: Zombie Apocalypse and have fun learning while growing as students, researchers, and life-long learners.More →
Featuring Star Trek Stars Sean Kennedy, Gary Lockwood and Marc Cushman. Cocktail Reception Dec. 12th.
Book signing Dec. 13th. Admission is FREE with RSVPs!
The Cupertino Library Foundation (CLF) announces the 2015 winners in the S^4-Super Summer Science Search Contest for CUSD middle school students.More →
Cupertino Library’ is sponsoring the FREE Fall Film Series features the complicated history of films in the Public Domain. RSVP for each Free event online.More →
Congratulations Amanda Williamsen….Cupertino’s new Poet Laureate!More →
Free seminar Saturday, September 26th at 10:00 am at Bluelight Cinemas – Learn how to Make and Sell Your Film Online with Scott McMahonMore →
The 2015 Cupertino Fall Performing Arts and Culture Series begins Saturday, September 5th. Events are free to enjoy music, dancing and drama.More →
Cupertino Teen Hackathon – WATCH THE VIDEO – Event A Big Success!More →