Skip to main content
Alameda County Library

We are in the process of developing a phased approach to reopening that ensures the health and safety of our communities and staff. In doing so, we are following the best available advice from our county, state, and national health officials as well as the American Library Association. We plan to share our reopening plan next month, and our website will be updated with the details of the plan. Read more

Library News

Free Summer Meals for Kids & Teens: June 15 - August 6

by Alicia Reyes on 2020-06-10T10:25:00-07:00 in Healthy Families, Healthy Homes (health & wellness) | Comments

Free Grab & Go Meals at San Lorenzo Library, June 15 - August 6

Free Summer Meals for Kids & Teens: June 15 - August 6  

Alameda County Library is proud to offer free healthy grab & go meals for children and teens this summer at the San Lorenzo Library from June 15 – August 6. Meals will be provided on a first come, first served basis. No sign ups, application, income verification, or identification are needed.

While stopping by the San Lorenzo Library to pick up your grab & go meals, we’ll also be providing free take-home activities for a fun-filled summer. Don’t forget to pick up your Kind, Connected Summer game board. Or download the game board from our website beginning on June 15.    

Who Can Participate?

Nutritious grab and go meals are provided for:  

  • Anyone 18 years and under
  • Caregivers, children need not be present   

Location and Schedule

SAN LORENZO LIBRARY

  • Monday, June 15 - August 6. Every Monday through Thursday from 12 pm – 1pm.

 

Lunch at the Library is a project of the California Library Association, supported by the California State Library with funds from the State of California. We’re happy to bring you Lunch at the Library in partnership with the Hayward Unified School District, through the USDA Summer Food Service Program.    


 Add a Comment

0 Comments.

  Subscribe



Enter your e-mail address to receive notifications of new posts by e-mail.


  Archive



  Return to Blog
This post is closed for further discussion.

title
Loading...