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  1. Genealogy Reference Assistance

    September 14, 2023, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Volunteers from the San Mateo County Genealogical Society provide in-person reference assistance on the 2nd floor of the Main Library. Assistance is provided on a drop-in basis or you can contact them at to make an appointment. Location: 2nd floor, Genealogy Reference

  2. Tech Help @ Main

    September 14, 2023, 1:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    San Mateo Main

    Do you have questions about computers or electronic devices? Come to the Main Library to get help with your device. We offer assistance with questions about email, computer software, etc. Please bring your electronic device. If you would like help with eBooks, please also bring your library card. Each appointment provides one-on-one instruction for 30 minutes. Unfortunately, we are not able to assist with hardware issues. Registration required. Location: 2nd Floor Register here

  3. Afternoon Sewing

    September 14, 2023, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Laurel Room

  4. Writers Helping Writers: A Conversation About Speculative Fiction

    September 14, 2023, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    Cedar Room

    In partnership with the San Francisco-Peninsula Branch of the California Writers Club, we will have Marla Bluestone present at the Main Library. She will lead a discussion about the umbrella-genre of science fiction, focusing on the sub-genre, speculative fiction. Using PowerPoint slides, we will consider why people say “I don’t like science fiction” and dismiss anything the market categorizes as SF/F. Probably the negative bias relates to misperceptions: hostile aliens, intergalactic flights, violent battles... and other tropes movies and games have made popular. This program intends to engage writers in opportunities the genre offers: visions of a society after the effects of climate change or pandemics; creative health care possibilities; political evolution in any setting; how technology impacts social dynamics; anything about alternative lifestyles. About speaker: Marla Bluestone has self-published 6 futuristic novels. She is a retired occupational therapist with specialized training in neurodevelopment. Author and former underground storage tank operator - classifies her third award-winning novel, Plague of Flies: Revolt of the Spirits,1846, as historical fantasy/magical realism. Plague of Flies has received 16 awards and some terrific professional reviews. Her second novel, The Engine Woman's Light has won a total of 13 honors and awards. Laurel has been a member of CWC for over 20 years. More information at:

Parks and Recreation Events

  1. 2023 September Nights on B Street

    September 14, 2023, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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