San Carlos Branch Library
Friends of the Library

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

Adult Programs Category


Welcome to the Library Shop’s new and ever-changing version of  normal.  We are currently CLOSED to walk-ins but everything in Shop is now online! / $4.95 Flat Rate Shipping! / Free Local Delivery! (15 mile radius for deliveries, deliveries made on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS ONLY.)    >Browse Our Inventory Odi's Library Day – A Children's book, is now available Did you know the San Diego Public Library has written and published its own children's book? Written by Hunter Hackett and illustrated... Continue Reading >

Learn Bicycle Repair and Maintenance

  The Bike Kitchen provides library users with access to shop-grade bicycle tools, professional assistance, along with hands-on learning opportunities and educational resources. Bike Kitchen Basics: Videos Kate Cowper and Taylor Gill of Hub + Spoke Cycleworks provide instruction for performing minor repairs, basic maintenance, and equipment overhauls on your bicycle. Each video covers tools needed and step-by-step guidance for getting your bike safe and ride ready. This project is supported by the Friends of the Central Library and the U.S. Institute of... Continue Reading >

Bi-weekly Wednesdays @ 10: “Baking with Linda”

“Baking with Linda”  This bi-weekly baking class is an online program.  New Videos will be posted every other Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. on Facebook: San Carlos Library.    Last week, Library Assistant II Linda Dami taught viewers to make Tiramisu! She'll answer your questions too.  Starting with the basics, you will progress through baking different types of breads, pastries, and other goodies twice a month with Linda. Continue Reading >

April 27 : Author Caitlin Rother in Conversation with J.W. August

  On April 27, 7 p.m., New York Times bestselling author Caitlin Rother will discuss her latest groundbreaking book of true crime narrative nonfiction, Death on Ocean Boulevard: Inside the Coronado Mansion Case, in conversation with broadcast journalist J.W. August. Rother takes an authoritative, objective and yet personal look at the controversial high-profile death case of Rebecca Zahau through the lens of Rother's own experience—her husband's suicide in 1999. She will save time for a Q&A with attendees after the discussion. REGISTER NOW. ... Continue Reading >