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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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2016 Spring Film Series: Go West! 7 Great Westerns

2016 Spring Film Series: Go West! 7 Great Westerns

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.

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Cupertino Shakespeare Rings in the Holidays

Cupertino Shakespeare Rings in the Holidays

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.

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Short Subjects! (1896 – 2014)

A wild and diverse series of films – many projected from real 16 mm and Super 8 mm film stock! – highlighting the extraordinary diversity of neglected films. From thrilling cowboy chases to the life of the hummingbird, from anonymous home movies to gripping newsreel footage (with a stop along the way to YouTube avant-garde films) we will celebrate the vitality and importance of the ephemeral moving picture image.

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Short Subjects! (1896 – 2014)

A wild and diverse series of films – many projected from real 16 mm and Super 8 mm film stock! – highlighting the extraordinary diversity of neglected films. From thrilling cowboy chases to the life of the hummingbird, from anonymous home movies to gripping newsreel footage (with a stop along the way to YouTube avant-garde films) we will celebrate the vitality and importance of the ephemeral moving picture image.

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