The Sta. Rosa City library isn’t just for reading, says Laguna Rep. Arlene Arcillas
You can do more than just read your favorite book at the new and improved Sta. Rosa public library, according to Laguna Rep. Arlene Arcillas.
This is because it also holds storytelling sessions every second Saturday of the month, along with crafting activities.
Aside from these, it also hosts workshops on writing resumes, enhancing interview skills, and computer training.
A visit to this library can improve not just your mind, but your skills as well!
“Storytelling Event at the new and improved City of Santa Rosa Public Library
Project of the First Congressional District of Laguna, City Government of Santa Rosa and Santa Rosa City Public Library in partnership with Rotary Club of Santa Rosa Centro and Convergys Nuvali RBG-League of eXtraordinary Volunteers.
These storytelling sessions with crafts will be held every 2nd Saturday of the month from 9am to 10am. There will also be workshops on resume writing, computer skills, interview skills, etc.
March 17, 2018
City of Santa Rosa,” Arcillas posted.
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