San Carlos Branch Library
Friends of the Library

San Carlos Branch Library
7265 Jackson Dr
San Diego, CA 92119

DECEMBER 4, 9:30-3:00: SCFOL Used Book Sales are back

It's BACK! SCFOL Monthly Book Sale on DECEMBER 4, is OUTSIDE ONLY.  Daily, you can also purchase books from the bookcases located just inside the library's left entrance, and CDs and media which are located inside the back of the Community room. The December 4 Book Sale will be JUST LIKE pre-COVID, but Outdoors only. At least 9 well stocked tables will be filled with a range of subjects and titles for all age groups.  The next First Saturday Used book Sale is scheduled for February 5 due to New Years Day falling on the first Saturday in January of 2022 .  We... Continue Reading >

DECEMBER Activities @ San Carlos Branch Library

  Monday & Tuesdays: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm;   Wednesday thru Saturday: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm.  DECEMBER HOLIDAYS: December 24-25, 31, January 1, 2022In-Person programs available at the San Carlos Branch include: Holly Jolly Book Surprise: All December: Kids can unwrap a good read! Our library elves have wrapped up some great kids’ books that are ready for you to borrow. You won’t know what book you’re getting until it’s checked out. Open the surprise when you get home and enjoy! ONE surprise book per visit. Children's Yoga: Wednesdays 3-3:45: Ages 3-8, please bring a mat or towel. Do Your Homework @ the LIbrary: Monday-Thursday,... Continue Reading >

Library Shop: DECEMBER

  The Library Shop is back to in-person shopping at the San Diego Central Library @ Joan ^ Irwin Jacobs Common, Monday through Saturday, 11 am to 6 pm. The Library Shop's proceeds support the entire San Diego Public Library System.  Browse Our Inventory   DECEMBER 1:  Author Daniel James Brown Presenting Facing the Mountain #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Daniel James Brown (The Boys in the Boat, The Indifferent Stars Above, and Under a Flaming Sky) joins us virtually to discuss his latest work Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II.  The discussion... Continue Reading >