|Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library|
The approach to the Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library. The expansive plaza plays host to the tri-weekly Friends Book Sale and occasional special events.
Home to many readers, the Pacific Beach Library checked out 237,868 items in FY 2008.
The Children's Area has books and media for families with infants through teens.
There are 16 public computers available for adults in the Pacific Beach Library, and another 3 in the Children's Area.
The Friends Book Sale is a popular destination on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The Pacific Beach Library subscribes to a wide variety of magazines. Current issues are kept in the branch for browsing, while back issues may be checked out for reading at home.
Questions? Ask the Reference Librarian for help!
At the Circulation Desk you can apply for a library card, return your items, and pay fines. At the Express Check terminals you can easily check out your own books, movies and music.
The Pacific Beach Library was designed to resemble the shape of a nautilus shell, and the shell motif is used throughout the building.
The Community Room/Gallery is home to rotating art exhibits organized by the Visual Arts Program, as well as host to a range of events including concerts, community meetings, educational programs, and the Friends' Rummage Sale in the Spring.
Play equipment in the Taylor Greene park adjacent to the library echoes the shell motif of the Pacific Beach Library.
The Taylor Greene is a comfortable spot where readers can lounge, either before or after a visit to the Library.
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