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Top six reasons why we love Kennedy Library on rainy days

Cal Poly has been a little damp lately, but don’t let that get you down! Rainy days are a chance to puddle jump or stay inside with a book and a mug of tea, so to honor them we’ve created a list of the six things we love about Kennedy Library on rainy days. Read more

One fish, two fish, read fish, cute fish

Hey, book nerds! You’ve probably already marked your calendars, but in case you forgot, March 2 is the birthday of Theodor Geisel (a.k.a. Dr. Seuss) and the annual Read Across America. Of course, this means Kennedy Library celebrated by inviting a bunch of adorable kidlets over to enjoy a couple of Dr. Seuss’ most beloved books. Read more

Urban trees are not cell phone towers

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Matt Ritter has visited every town in western California with a population of over 40,000 to check out their trees. That is what you do if you’re going to create a guidebook called, A Californian’s Guide to the Trees among Us as Ritter did (Heyday, 2011). Read more

SLO scenes on display

These two photos are just the beginning! Artist Steven Boothe will be showing “Found in Passing” — a collection of over one hundred fifty scenes from around San Luis Obispo neighborhoods at Kennedy Library.

The display is being installed January 17th and will be up through Friday, February 24th, 2012.

The photographs will be up in the 2nd floor cafe area in the library. Come view a documentation of happenings in your community!

For more info on the artist, go to boothefam.com. For more info on exhibiting work in the library, read our policy on our website.