What’s New at the Library

Red Bluff Ukulele Club

The Red Bluff Ukulele Club will now be meeting regularly at the Red Bluff Library. Everyone is welcome to this free event and we will even supply the uke’s. To learn more about the club click here. They will be meeting for jam sessions the second Tuesday of every month from 5:30p.m.-7p.m.

Digital Navigators Program

What is this Wonderous Program? If you need assistance with connecting to the internet and online resources, the Tehama County Library will now be able to connect you with a Digital Navigator From Connected California. Digital Navigators is a Free Program to Help You: Find low-cost internet service and devices for your home so you can get online. Learn foundational …

Find Us On Palace Project

Tehama County Library is proud to announce that we have partnered with the Palace Project to allow all our patrons to sign up using their Tehama County Library cards on the platform. The Palace app is a free patron-facing e-reading application for iOS and Android. Funded by a $5 million investment from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Palace Project is …

State Park Pass

The Tehama County Library in partnership with the First Partner’s Office, the California State Library, and State Parks is pleased to be providing free vehicle day-use entry to over 200 participating state parks. The State Library Parks Pass is valid for entry of one passenger vehicle with a capacity of nine people or less or one highway licensed motorcycle. Tehama …

Automatic Renewals

The Tehama County Board of Supervisors has recently approved an update to our previous borrowing policy. The Tehama County Library will use the addition of a new automatic renewal process. Now if an item (e.g. book, DVD, audiobook) is due and nobody has placed any holds on it, the item will be automatically renewed (up to 1 time).  If a …

Hotspots, Chromebooks and Digital Tools

The California State Library recently launched a program addressing internet connectivity issues for rural residents. Because of this program, the Tehama County Library now has mobile Hotspots and Chromebooks for our patrons to check out to help alleviate these issues. Hotspots Hotspots are devices that can take a cellular data plan and extend the connection to other devices via a …

Design a Library Card Contest Winners!

Hello Patrons, Congratulations to Hailey Mayer (Adult Category) and Savannah Villavicencio (Youth Category) for the winning submissions to our design a library card contest.  Cards are available at all three locations. You are welcome to swap out your current card for a new limited edition one at no charge. If you lose the card you will be charged $1.00 for …

Adult Learning Resources

The California State Library recently provided libraries with access to some really wonderful online learning tools geared towards adults. They can be found on the adult resources page in the Vet & Online Learning Resources section. Below is a bit more information about each resource. Get Set Up: Live classes focusing on wellness, lifelong learning and social connection for older …

MYNSPR Interview

Tehama County Library director Todd Deck and Reference Librarian Georgia Scott were interviewed by Nancy Wiegman for the MYNSPR program Nancy’s Bookshelf. The interview focuses on the Tehama County Hidden Heroes project. You can listen to the interview by clicking here and pick up a copy of Tehama County Hidden Heroes at any of our locations.    

Library Journal Movers and Shakers Award

Congratulations to County Librarian, Todd Deck who was included in the Library Journals Movers and Shakers 2021. Each year Library Journal selects 40 librarians nationwide who represent library advocates, change agents, community builders, digital developers, educators and innovators.  Todd was selected as an innovator for a variety of projects implemented at the Tehama County Library. You can read more about …