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A Natural Approach to Curing Cholesterol and Preventing Heart Disease – September 23, 2018

A Natural Approach to Curing Cholesterol and Preventing Heart Disease – September 23, 2018

    Presenting the fourth program in the Cupertino Library Foundation Wellness program series! Dr. Ronesh Sinha, an expert on diabetes, cholesterol and heart disease prevention, has been seeing a local surge in the amount of individuals with cholesterol and heart disease issues at an early age. Our modern lifestyle habits are a primary cause. […]

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Skin Care Secrets for Every Age – July 29, 2018

Skin Care Secrets for Every Age – July 29, 2018

    Presenting the third program in the Cupertino Library Foundation Wellness program series!  Please join licensed cosmetologist Kokila Shah for this informative presentation on best practices for great skin care at every age! Learn more about: Beautiful skin tricks for teens  Tips for young moms and moms-to-be Healthy skin during menopause Celebrating your skin […]

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The Ins and Outs of Digestion – May 27, 2018

The Ins and Outs of Digestion – May 27, 2018

Join Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Hema Kundargi for this fun, informative session on your digestive health! Hema will explain the workings of the digestive system, the role of probiotics and prebiotics, and share simple food combinations that can help your GI flora. She will also discuss elimination, the healthy functioning of your gastrointestinal tract, what defines […]

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Announcing 2018 S^4 Super Summer Science Search™ Contest!

Announcing 2018 S^4 Super Summer Science Search™ Contest!

Launched in 2011, Super Summer Science Search (S4) aims to connect, engage and inspire middle school students to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) over the summer break S^4 Super Summer Science Search contest to provide students with free access to age-appropriate, academic online research tools as the vehicle to develop: Interesting research questions; […]

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Pain Relief Workshops, March 18 and 25, 2018

Pain Relief Workshops, March 18 and 25, 2018

Suffering from neck, back, knee, or foot pain?  Looking for ways to prevent their onsets?  Unfortunately, at birth, there isn’t an owner’s manual on the functioning and repairing of our bodies so we can manage pain and suffering.  At these free workshops, sponsored by the Cupertino Library Foundation, we will review and discuss the amazing […]

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City Council Candidates Respond to Questions about Future of the Library

City Council Candidates Respond to Questions about Future of the Library

As a public service, the Cupertino Library Foundation asked the candidates to comment on their opinions, goals and ambitions regarding our Cupertino Library. We asked questions we hope will help the community evaluate candidate positions on the Library and the mission of the Foundation. Responses received to our questionnaire are published below.

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Teens! Register for the 2016 Hack-a-Thon

Teens! Register for the 2016 Hack-a-Thon

CU HACKS 2 is the Cupertino Library’s FREE, overnight hack-a-thon event for teenage participants scheduled for June 11 – 12, 2016. CU Hacks 2 also offers mentor-led instructional workshops, robot demonstrations, and tons of FOOD! Registration is required and opens on Monday, May 30th @ 7PM.

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CUSD Teens – Enter the 2016 S^4-Super Summer Science Search™ Contest

CUSD Teens – Enter the 2016 S^4-Super Summer Science Search™ Contest

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 […]

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