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Page 12 The Cloverdale Reveille September 5, 2019 www.cloverdalereveHie.com This September, Sonoma only a place of quiet study, books. County Library joins the but also creative and "Sonoma County Library American Library engaging community centers brings joy to patrons of all Association (ALA) and where patrons can ages," said Sonoma County public libraries nationwide collaborate using new Library Director Ann to celebrate Library Card technologies, learn coding, Hammond. "We offer early Sign-up Month and remind dive into the realm of virtual literacy and digital resources everyone that libraries can reality and 3D design, or just for children, we provide use be the key to academic relax with peers. With a of technology and digital success and lifelong Sonoma County Library tools for teens and older learning. Card, patrons have access to students and we have job Library cardholders have a variety of digital resources skills workshops, book clubs access to a wealth of free including eBooks and and more for adults. resources that support audiobooks through Cardholders also have free academic achievement, OverDrive and the Libby access to online tutoring and overall education and app, Consumer Reports, essay or resume review in personal development. LearningExpress Library, English and Spanish." Sonoma County Third LinkedIn Learning, Mango If you don't already have a District Supervisor Shirlee Languages, RBDigital library card, now is the time Zane said that libraries are Magazines and Tutor.Com. to get one. For more crucial to the community. Patrons can also check out information on how to sign "[Libraries] serve people Wifi hotspots and Regional up for a library card, visit of all ages, from the very Parks Discovery Packs -- a any Sonoma County Library young to the very old. They backpack containing a branch in person or go to are a cornerstone of support Regional Parks parking pass sonomalibrary.org. for literacy, culture and and other goodies to help education, providing them enjoy self-guided invaluable resources to those adventures in the parks. Of-- Submitted byKat Gore, who use them," Zane said. course, the library also has a Sonoma County Library Today's libraries aren't collection of some 650,000 Join us for a talk and QSeA session on how truth-seeking journalists keep our democracy alive and our government leaders honest. LOWELL BERGMAN Pulitzer Prize for Public ice - 2004- New York Times Investigative Journalist Producer/Correspondent- PBS Frontline Producer/Reporter - ABC News 20/20 Producer/Reporter- CBS News 60 Minutes Pioneer of multimedia convergence journalism Director- Investigative Reporting Program, UC Berkeley UC Berkeley - Reva and David Logan Distinguished Chair In Investigative Reporting - Graduate School of Journalism, UC Berkeley Recipient - Numerous Emmy Awards, three Peabodys, + more Portrayed by actor AI Pacino in the movie "The Insider" An evening with journalist Lowell Bergman Wednesday, Sept. 18 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. The Program will begin at 8 p.m. Raven Performing Arts Theater 115 North St. Healdsburg, CA. $10 General Admission (Free with purchase of newspaper subscription.) .at the door only, Open seaUng, Doors open at 7:30 p,m,) This event is being co-sponsored by Sonoma West Publishers, No'hem California Public Media and Camellia Inn SONOMA PUBLISHERS 4:/i TOWER OF TUBERS -- The giant squash tower is always a crowd returns to Sonoma County for its ninth year on Sept. 10, 11 and 12. Photo Reveille archives pleaser at the Heirloom Expo, which By Heather Bailey the Expo. Visitors are School Garden Network and Staff Writer encouraged to bring seeds and toward the costs of heather@sonomawest.com join in. transporting students to the There will be speakers each expo. According to its website, For the eighth year in a day of the expo, with thislast year 5,000 school children row the Heirloom Expo year's headliners including attended the expo for free, returns to Sonoma County, .Robert F. Kennedy Jr Food thanks to these programs. with three packed days of Revolution Network's OceanThe Kid's Festival will food, education and fun, Sept. Robbins, Seed saver and pure feature classes, tastings and 10 through 12. The celebration food activities Dr. Vandana games, and a new pavilion of of small-scale, organic andShiva of India, and botanical kid's items. Local school sustainable farming returnsexplorer Joseph Simcox. garden programs will have with a variety of new displays, Heirloom tomatoes are displays and will be entering new speakers and some new always a crowd pleaser, and their produce in a vendors, there will be a tasting and competition. The Art of the Heirloom judging all three days. There There will be over 30 food contest will select original art will also be watermelon vendors, a folk music festival that will grace the Hudson tastings throughout, and an art show, with items Valley Seed Company's seed The giant pumpkin contest made from natural materials. packets for the 2020 Expo. returns with $5,000 in prize The Heirloom Expo takes There will also be money, along with a dahliaplace Sept. 10, 11, and 12 and is demonstrations and classes show and a rare poultry show, held at the Sonoma County for fruit, vegetable and seed also both offering prize Fairgrounds, 1350 Bennett carvers and artists, money. Valley Road, Santa Rosa. In addition, there will be The Global "Local" Food Tickets are available at the ' workshops and talks on the Fair will also showcase all the gate, a one-day ticket is $10, a importance of collecting, culinary delights possiblethree-day pass is $30 and conserving and sharing with our local food products, children are free. The gates heirloom seeds, along with a Children are always a focus will be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. giant seed swap, this year of the Expo, and all proceeds More information is at expanded to all three days of go to the Sonoma County theheirloomexpo:com. The Songs of+t jam