Archive for August, 2017

International Literacy Day

You are invited to celebrate International Literacy Day at the Fremont Main Library, FUukaya Room A on Monday, September 11 at 6:00 PM.

UNESCO established September 8 as International Literacy Day to promote literacy worldwide. It is estimated that 875 million of the world’s adults do not know how to read or write – nearly two-thirds are women, and that more than 110 million children lack access to education.

Join us and share an inspiring passage from a favorite book. Everyone is welcome to read. Children and second language learners are encouraged to read. Invite your friends and family to celebrate the joy of reading. Learn about the Library Literacy Program.

All library programs are free and wheelchair accessible. For more information call Education and Literacy Services (510) 745-1480

International Literacy Day flyer



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Free Civics/Citizenship Classes at the Fremont Main Library


Ready to become a U.S. citizen? Get prepared for the Naturalization test while learning important facts about US government, American culture, and history. This is a free, fun filled eight-week class. All materials are provided. An intermediate English level is required.

You must attend the orientation meeting on: Tuesday, August 15 or Tuesday, October 17 from 6:00 – 7:00 PM. Go to the Library’s Information Desk for an orientation meeting location, Fremont Main Library, 2400 Stevenson Blvd.

There are two sections for fall 2017. Classes start on August 22, and on October 24. Space is limited to 10 learners. Tell a friend.

Call NOW for more information (510) 745-1480. Alameda County Library’s Adult Education and Literacy  Services.

Citizenship Fall 2017 flyer

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