Cupertino Middle School Students Register Today!
Win an iPad Mini in the S^4 Super Summer Science Search Contest
Cupertino Middle School Students Register Today!
Compete for Prizes & Develop Critical Thinking Skills
Session #2, “Databases Overview,” 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 18
Session #3, “Picking Your Topic and Starting Your Research,” 2:30 to 4:00 p.m., Sunday, June 22
Contest registration officially launched Sunday, June 1, and continues through Tuesday, July 1.
All outgoing 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students residing within the Cupertino Union School District (CUSD) are eligible to join in this fun, educational and FREE competition that features great prizes.
If you’re an aspiring inventor, or just a person with a great idea, learn to Use 3D printing to create prototypes on June 21stMore →
Grants and Donations Peaked in Q2 Helping to Underwrite S^4- Super Summer Science Search Contest and Fusion Speaker SeriesMore →
The May 1 soft opening also featured a preview party with music and the Safeway Foundation donating $2,500 to the Cupertino Library Foundation.More →
Learn More About 3D Printing on June 21st! Prototype Your Idea, Yourself!More →
Middle Schoolers – RSVP for the S^4 contest overview Saturday, May 10th!More →
The Search is On! CUSD Middle School Students – Enter to Win an iPad Mini or Cash! Try something fun this summer that you are your friends can do together!More →
Learn About the Fusion of Art.Science.Technology and 3D Printing at Cupertino Community Hall – Free Event! Families Welcome!More →
2014 Spring Film Series at the Cupertino Library There will be cinematic thrills and chills, laughter and tears, when the Cupertino Library presents a new series of lectures devoted to some of the greatest films from around the world! In this six-week session, filmmaker and historian Mark Larson will be your guide in a showing […]More →
You are invited! Cupertino Poet Laureat Jennifer Swanton Brown will be reading a poem at the Chamber’s Lunar New Year Luncheon on Friday, February 14th.More →
Cupertino Library Foundation Celebrates 20 Years of Community Service and Library Support January 26, 2014More →
RSVP now for FREE movie tickets to see “Mon Oncle” on Wednesday, January 22nd – the first of six films in the series “The Greatest Films from Around the World!”More →
Gayathri Kanth Named Cupertino Librarian
5-Star Rating Keeps Library Among Top in Nation
The Firebird Youth Chinese Orchestra performed to an enthusiastic audience of more than a hundred people in the closing event of the Fall Performing Arts & Culture series sponsored by the Cupertino Library Foundation. The Orchestra included about 30 musicians a number of whom explained and demonstrated their traditional instruments, ranging for example from the Erhu […]More →
Give a Holiday Gift that Counts Support life-long learning in Cupertino Make a donation to the Cupertino Library Foundation Create a new family holiday tradition this season. Give a gift that keeps on giving in the Cupertino community. Make a donation in honor of your family and friends to the Cupertino Library Foundation. […]More →
Make a Donation Today You Can Be a Part of the National #GivingTuesday Movement and Support Cupertino Community Programs at the Library. The Cupertino Library Foundation is taking the lead on December 3rd by being the first nonprofit in the city to take part in #GivingTuesday, a national effort to harness the collective power of […]More →
Support Cupertino Library Programs on #GivingTuesday – December 3rd Donate now and help provide life-long learning and self-improvement programs for the entire Cupertino community. Your contribution enables the nonprofit Cupertino Library Foundation to continue: Enhancing early literacy and youth education Promoting lifelong learning and personal growth Building and bridging diverse communities Providing access to information […]More →
Cupertino Library Foundation Joins the National #GivingTuesday Movement To Encourage Charitable Contributions
Support a Strong, Diverse Community – Please Donate to the Cupertino Library Foundation November – #GivingTuesday on December 3rd.More →
ROI Study Shows Our Cupertino Library Adds Value to the CommunityMore →
An enthusiastic Cupertino crowd at the Community Hall saw Edgar Allan Poe come alive through the performance art of Duffy Hudson sponsored by the Cupertino Library Foundation.More →
A crowd gathers to use the children’s section of the public library in Cupertino, Calif. on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Libraries remain popular in Silicon Valley even though e-books downloaded into iPads and Kindles have gained traction. Voters in Santa Clara County have overwhelmingly supported the public library system with a successful parcel tax renewal. (Gary Reyes/Bay Area News Group)More →
Performing Arts & Culture Series features FREE events…You Won’t Want to Miss Even One! Click here to RSVP.More →
“The Entire History of Film in Six Easy Lessons” Gets Rave Reviews Mark Larson concluded the 2013 Summer Film series in the Cupertino Library on August 21st with the surprise showing of “A Moment of Innocence” (1995) by acclaimed Iranian film director Mohsen Makhmalbaf. He elaborated on some of Mohsen Maklmalbaf’s background, and the film […]More →