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Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library
The Pacific Beach/Taylor Library is one of 35 branches of the San Diego Public Library. The PB Library provides a wide range of services to the community.
Manuel Oncina, the architect, designed the building to resemble the shape of a nautilus shell. While the shell motif is best seen from overhead, the open design of the building and the many windows that let in sunlight create an organic feel that ties in with the natural beauty of this beach community. Nestled against the Taylor Greene, a park just east of the library that completes the rest of the city block, the Library is a welcoming destination point.
We hope that you enjoy your virtual visit to the Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library. We are looking forward to seeing you here -- online & in person -- often!
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Upcoming event at Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library
- Wednesday, October 24, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Express yourself through art and imagery! We will use the 2018 One Book, One San Diego selection, "March: Book One," by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, to help introduce children and teens to the concept of deciding and sharing what you believe in. Then we'll create unique and expressive buttons. Library contact: 858-581-9934 This event is part of San Diego Public Library's programming for this year's One ... Read more
All upcoming events at Pacific Beach/Taylor Branch Library
Civil Rights Bookmark Art ContestStarts November 1, 2018
Art Makes A Statement: Button-MakingOctober 24, 2018
Civil Rights CinemaNovember 19, 2018