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BRANCH EVENTS

Wed, Aug 21, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Raising A Reader (RAR)'s national familyengagement and literacy program has helpedmore than 1.5 million children and familiessuccessfully build, practice and sustainliteracy routines vital to academic successsince 1999. RAR's mission is to engagecaregivers in a routine of book sharing withtheir children from birth through age eight tofoster healthy brain development, healthyrelationships, a love of reading, and theliteracy skills critical for school success. Ourlibrary is excited to offer this program to ourfamilies! Speak with a library associate nowto learn more!

Wed, Aug 21, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join the fun every Wednesday at 3:00 PM for stories and crafts.

Thu, Aug 22, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Join us Thursdays at 4:00pm in the meeting room to learn, practice and play chess.Open to all ages.Beginners welcome!Boards and pieces provided.

Fri, Aug 23, 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Join us in the meeting room on Fridays at 4:00 PM to watch movies in the library.Movies will be G and/or PG.

Wed, Aug 28, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Join us for stories, songs and movement Wednesday's at 10:00 AM Beginning August 28, 2019

Wed, Aug 28, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join the fun every Wednesday at 3:00 PM for stories and crafts.

Wed, Aug 28, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Raising A Reader (RAR)'s national familyengagement and literacy program has helpedmore than 1.5 million children and familiessuccessfully build, practice and sustainliteracy routines vital to academic successsince 1999. RAR's mission is to engagecaregivers in a routine of book sharing withtheir children from birth through age eight tofoster healthy brain development, healthyrelationships, a love of reading, and theliteracy skills critical for school success. Ourlibrary is excited to offer this program to ourfamilies! Speak with a library associate nowto learn more!

Thu, Aug 29, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Join us Thursdays at 4:00pm in the meeting room to learn, practice and play chess.Open to all ages.Beginners welcome!Boards and pieces provided.

Fri, Aug 30, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Join us for an afternoon of Lego creativity.

Wed, Sep 04, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Join us for stories, songs and movement Wednesday's at 10:00 AM Beginning August 28, 2019

Wed, Sep 04, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join the fun every Wednesday at 3:00 PM for stories and crafts.

Wed, Sep 04, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Raising A Reader (RAR)'s national familyengagement and literacy program has helpedmore than 1.5 million children and familiessuccessfully build, practice and sustainliteracy routines vital to academic successsince 1999. RAR's mission is to engagecaregivers in a routine of book sharing withtheir children from birth through age eight tofoster healthy brain development, healthyrelationships, a love of reading, and theliteracy skills critical for school success. Ourlibrary is excited to offer this program to ourfamilies! Speak with a library associate nowto learn more!

Thu, Sep 05, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Join us Thursdays at 4:00pm in the meeting room to learn, practice and play chess.Open to all ages.Beginners welcome!Boards and pieces provided.

Wed, Sep 11, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Join us for stories, songs and movement Wednesday's at 10:00 AM Beginning August 28, 2019

Wed, Sep 11, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join the fun every Wednesday at 3:00 PM for stories and crafts.

Wed, Sep 11, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Raising A Reader (RAR)'s national familyengagement and literacy program has helpedmore than 1.5 million children and familiessuccessfully build, practice and sustainliteracy routines vital to academic successsince 1999. RAR's mission is to engagecaregivers in a routine of book sharing withtheir children from birth through age eight tofoster healthy brain development, healthyrelationships, a love of reading, and theliteracy skills critical for school success. Ourlibrary is excited to offer this program to ourfamilies! Speak with a library associate nowto learn more!

Thu, Sep 12, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Join us Thursdays at 4:00pm in the meeting room to learn, practice and play chess.Open to all ages.Beginners welcome!Boards and pieces provided.

Fri, Sep 13, 10:00AM - 6:00PM
The libraries will be closed today for staff training.

Wed, Sep 18, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Join us for stories, songs and movement Wednesday's at 10:00 AM Beginning August 28, 2019

Wed, Sep 18, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join the fun every Wednesday at 3:00 PM for stories and crafts.

Wed, Sep 18, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Raising A Reader (RAR)'s national familyengagement and literacy program has helpedmore than 1.5 million children and familiessuccessfully build, practice and sustainliteracy routines vital to academic successsince 1999. RAR's mission is to engagecaregivers in a routine of book sharing withtheir children from birth through age eight tofoster healthy brain development, healthyrelationships, a love of reading, and theliteracy skills critical for school success. Ourlibrary is excited to offer this program to ourfamilies! Speak with a library associate nowto learn more!

Wed, Sep 25, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Join us for stories, songs and movement Wednesday's at 10:00 AM Beginning August 28, 2019

Wed, Sep 25, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join the fun every Wednesday at 3:00 PM for stories and crafts.

Wed, Sep 25, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Raising A Reader (RAR)'s national familyengagement and literacy program has helpedmore than 1.5 million children and familiessuccessfully build, practice and sustainliteracy routines vital to academic successsince 1999. RAR's mission is to engagecaregivers in a routine of book sharing withtheir children from birth through age eight tofoster healthy brain development, healthyrelationships, a love of reading, and theliteracy skills critical for school success. Ourlibrary is excited to offer this program to ourfamilies! Speak with a library associate nowto learn more!

Fri, Sep 27, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Join us for an afternoon of Lego creativity.

Library Renovations

Woodcrest Library
Closed beginning
August 7, 2019 til
December 16, 2019

Library Holiday Closure

Labor Day
September 2, 2019

All Staff Day
September 13, 2019

Columbus Day
October 14, 2019

Veterans Day 
November 11, 2019

Thanksgiving Day
November 28 & 29, 2019

Christmas Day
December 25, 2019

New Years Day
January 1, 2020

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Today's hours

Closed

Tomorrow's hours

We're open 1:00PM to 7:00PM

Mon, Aug 12 1:00PM to 7:00PM
Tue, Aug 13 1:00PM to 7:00PM
Wed, Aug 14 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Thu, Aug 15 1:00PM to 6:00PM
Fri, Aug 16 1:00PM to 6:00PM
Sat, Aug 17 Closed
Sun, Aug 18 Closed

Branch manager
Sean Stewart
Address
29990 Lakeview Ave
Nuevo
California 92567
Tel: (951) 928-0769
Fax: (951) 928-3360

The rural communities of Nuevo and Lakeview have enjoyed local library service for the better part of 90 years. During the 1920s a modest library collection was held in the John Harmon house at the corner of Lakeview and 9th. By the 1930s books were circulated from a small room in the Nuevo Grade School on Merrell Avenue. Later, the library was a cooperative effort between the Nuview School District and the Nuevo Women’s Club. In 1948, the Lakeview School was sold to the Nuevo-Lakeview Grange, which then hosted the library collection for over 20 years. For a while, books were loaned from the Lakeview Baptist Church on Hansen Avenue. The Friends of the Nuview Public Library was founded during a budget crisis in 1978 and they kept the library open a few hours a week. In January of 1979, a small library with 4,800 items was dedicated in a converted house near the Nuevo Shopping Center on Nuevo Road. In 1995 the library was moved to its current site on land donated by local farmers and library benefactors, Fred and Arlene Mauel. 

Today, Nuview Library is located at the corner of Lakeview Ave. and 10th St. It houses over 10,000 items and offers six public access computers along with free WiFi. Weekly programs for adults and children are offered year-round, including Story Time, Summer Reading Program and craft hours.


Featured Resources

eResources Databases

Ancestry
Ancestry Library Edition
Ancestry Library Edition
Search your family heritage online.
Can only be used within the library
Authors and Biography
Biography in Context
Biography in Context
A biographical reference database that covers the areas of literature, science, multicultural studies, business, entertainment, politics, sports, government, history, arts and news.
Literature Resource Center
Literature Resource Center
Contains thousands of entries from Contemporary Authors, Contemporary Authors New Revision series, the Dictionary of Literary Biography and Contemporary Literary Criticism Select. Includes plot summaries and critical essays from sources such as Novels for Students as well as resources for criticism of modern and classic poetry.
Business and Legal
California State Bar Publications
California State Bar Publications
California State Bar Publications provides practical legal facts in a handy Consumer Education Pamphlet.
Reference USA
Reference USA
The premier source of business and residential information for reference and research. ReferenceUSA is used by top libraries throughout the US for research, small business marketing, job searching and more.
Careers, Tuition and Learning
ABCmouse
ABCmouse
Early Learning Academy online education program for children ages 2 - 7. Access only available within the library.
Brainfuse
Brainfuse
Brainfuse Learning Site offers easy to connect one-to-one online tutoring free. (Please have your library card available to use this link)
Career Transitions
Career Transitions Career Transitions provides a practical and personalized experience for users of all backgrounds and technology comfort levels. Users can easily discover and target fast-growing careers and industries in their immediate locations -- and locations across the United States. Career Transitions also features quick assessments to help people identify new opportunities based on their current skills, occupational knowledge, and interests.
Scholastic Go
Scholastic GoEngaging online age-appropriate reference resource to help build a love of research through reading and learning!
Tuition Funding Sources
Tuition Funding Sources
Tuition Funding Sources is a private website designed to help students find scholarships, college and career information. TFS offers students the largest scholarship database in the world with over $41 Billion in scholarship awards along with a career personality test and detailed college and career information. Pepsi-Cola sponsors the TFS program nationwide. Pepsi-Cola and TFS have been helping students find scholarships and other sources of financial aid for more than 20 years
Culture and Religion
King James Bible
King James BibleThe King James Bible is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England, begun in 1604 and completed as well as published in 1611
eAudiobooks, eBooks, eMagazines, Other Library Services
Braille Institute
Braille Institute
Free library service for the blind, visually impaired or have reading or other physical disabilities.
Enki
Enki
Thousands of New eBooks are Available to You!
Overdrive
Overdrive
A growing collection of eAudiobooks and eBooks that can be downloaded directly to your home computer.
RB Digital
RB Digital
RB Digital (Recorded Books) is now your home for over 11,000 eAudioBooks and 130 eMagazines. No more waiting for your turn. All books are available to every patron who wants to listen. Get the app now.
Health and Fitness
Health & Wellness Resource Center
Health & Wellness Resource Center
Periodical and journal articles as well as videos on a wide range of health topics from ADD&ADHD to Alternative Medicine, HIV, and various surgical procedures.
Health Reference Center
Health Reference CenterHealth Reference Center is a one-stop, full service resource for health-related research. It combines indexing of approximately 195 periodicals, eight reference books, and over 700 pamphlets; more than 1,800 overviews from Clinical Reference Systems; selective indexing for articles in approximately 1500 additional general interest titles; and full text for more than 185 periodicals, all reference books, overviews, and pamphlets.
Languages
Pronunciator
PronunciatorWorld's largest language learning service. Free at your library.

News and Magazines
InfoTrac Newstand
InfoTrac Newstand
This newspaper database contains a collection of more than 140 cover-to-cover newspapers from around the world plus an additional 300 sources of selected news and business coverage.
InfoTrac General Reference Center Gold
InfoTrac General Reference Center Gold
Periodical, newspaper and reference articles from over 5,000 publications on such diverse topics as humanities, art, current events, technology and general interest topics. Full-text articles from over 3,000 periodicals.
Informe!
Informe!
Magazine articles from a variety of Spanish language publications on health, science, economics, politics and art.
RB Digital Magazines
RB Digital Magazines
Download digital magazines with rb digital
New York Times
New York Times
Enjoy complimentary unlimited access to the world’s finest journalism.

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