Strathmore Branch Library

19646 Road 230, P.O. Box 595
Strathmore, CA 93267-0595

(559) 568-1087

Public Hours:
Tuesday:       9 am – 1 pm, 2 pm – 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am – 1 pm, 2 pm – 6 pm
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History of the Strathmore Branch Library

old strathmore libraryIn December, 1910, Strathmore citizens petitioned to establish a County library deposit station, and in June 1911, a station was set up in Harry North's Barber Shop. On July 1st, 1913, under revised State law, it officially became the Strathmore Branch of the Tulare County Library. Between 1912 and 1936 it moved 3 times. In 1936, it was moved to a new Town and Country Club House on Balfour St. In 1964 the Church of Christ purchased the building and kept the Library as a tenant until 1976. Then, in February, 1976, the Strathmore Branch Library was built at 19646 Road 230. It was financed from Revenue Sharing Funds allocated by the Tulare County Board of Supervisors and is still the Strathmore Branch building today.

after school program

April children's crafts include:
March 31 through April 1: Easter bunnies and eggs
April 6 through 11: Bird feeders
April 13 through 18: Lady bugs
April 20 through 25: Earth Day planting
April 27 through May 2: Earth Day homemade robot from recycled materials - Each week children bring in boxes, cans, bottle cans and other items to make the robot!

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Tuesdays 10:30am

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Tuesdays 2pm

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Tuesdays 4pm

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Wednesdays 2pm

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Wednesday 3:30pm

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Board Games available to play
Jenga, The Game of Life, Battleship, Candyland, Chess, Chutes & Ladders, Farkle, Monopoly, Sorry, Yahtzee, & Uno

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