Solano County Library offers you the satisfaction of giving back to your local community. Volunteer at your local library and you will be among people who love to serve people. We have several benefits for our volunteers including an annual appreciation event. Volunteer at the Library.
The Library provides a variety of storytimes for children. The stories, songs and activities that are featured each week will vary from branch to branch. All library storytimes are free. Registration is not required, unless stated in the program description. Learn more...
Local volunteer attorneys offer free legal advice and referral twice a month at the Vacaville Cultural Center Library and John F. Kennedy Library in Vallejo. Learn more...
Children and teens can pay off their fines by reading. Learn more...
Find out more about our Library Buddies program, a free monthly pick up and delivery service for county patrons unable to visit their local library due to a physical constraint or disability (either temporary or permanent).
The Solano County Library’s Literacy Program strives to make Solano County a more literate community by providing free tutoring to adults and families who want to improve their reading, writing, and English speaking skills. Learn more...
Learn a new language through Mango Languages. Courses in over 60 languages available. Take your courses with you by downloading the app at your mobile device's app store.
The Library offers resources to prepare and practice for important college and career examinations through LearningExpress Library. Includes tutorials and practice test for:
-College prep and college subject skills,
-Elementary, middle and high school subject skills, -Computer and software skills,
-Adult learning and high school equivalency, -Occupational skills and military entrance prep,
Free Kaplan SAT/ACT Practice Tests
"I hated school. It's embarrassing when your peer would correct your spelling paper and you had practically nothing...The literacy program has really helped me by encouraging me. I never got that when I was a kid."
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