Dixon Public Library is excited to announce the purchase of two Early Literacy Stations™ (ELS), an engaging, educational resource loaded with more than 70 award-winning software titles, and more than 4,000 learning activities for kids ages 2-8. The ELS offers children a safe, standalone computer not connected to the Internet that is age-appropriate, interactive, and academically relevant for early literacy skills. It is designed to support school readiness and early education while making learning exciting and fun.
The Library will be CLOSED for Renovations
Friday, January 31
Saturday, February 1
Monday, February 3
Hours & Info
230 N. 1st Street
Dixon, California 95620
Mon - Thurs: 11am - 8pm
Fri - Sat: 11am - 6pm
The Dixon Public Library provides access to collections, technologies and programs that enrich, educate and empower every individual and meet the changing needs of our diverse community.
enki is a California eBook platform created by librarians where you will find popular indie fiction and nonfiction genres including romance, mysteries, graphic novels, crafts, encyclopedias, cookbooks, short stories, essays, study guides as well as classic literature with new, orginal bookjacket art. Indulge your curiosity! Please visit our enki FAQs page for more information.
The Dixon Public Library's 2017 Food for Fines program will run from October 16th - November 15th and benefit the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. Dixon Public Library card holders can exchange canned good and other boxed foods for library overdue fines. One dollar ($1) in current fines* waived for each can or package of non-perishable food brought to the library. A maximum of $10 will be waived per cart. Please bring canned goods, items in boxes or plastice bags, or jars (no glass can be accepted) to the circulation desk at the Dixon Public Library.
Please join us to discuss Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens.
Perfect for fans of Barbara Kingsolver and Karen Russell, Where the Crawdads Sing is at once an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder. Owens reminds us that we are forever shaped by the children we once were, and that we are all subject to the beautiful and violent secrets that nature keeps. - Peguin Putnam