Wednesday, 08/06/2014

The Santa Ana Public Library will begin a series of free programs under the War Comes Home: Finding Peace at the Home Front CA Reads funded project. The first program is a discussion of the book Blue Cascade and viewing of the film Severe Clear.

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Wednesday, 01/30/2013

The Santa Ana Police Department welcomes the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s World-Renowned “The Courage To Remember” Holocaust Exhibit.

As acts of intolerance continue to afflict society amid reports of anti-Semitic vandalism and bullying in California’s neighborhoods, many are left wondering, how can we best combat these dangerous trends of intolerance and hatred?

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Thursday, 05/24/2012

Youth from Jerome TeenSpace attended the May 11th License and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Checkpoint to show support for Santa Ana Police Department’s (SAPD) efforts to identify impaired drivers. The youth provided SAPD officers with banners illustrating their appreciation for keeping the community safe.

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Monday, 04/16/2012

Getting clean, great tasting drinking water is as easy as turning on your faucet! Last month, Santa Ana added “award-winning” to its list of achievements when The Berkley Springs International Water Tasting Festival recognized Santa Ana’s tap water as one of the highest quality tap waters in the world.

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Thursday, 02/09/2012

On Saturday, February 4th, volunteers from the TeenSpace department of the Santa Ana Main Public Library participated in the O.C. Black History Parade hosted this year in Downtown Anaheim. The parade is organized as a commemoration of African American heritage as well as a testimony to the multicultural diversity in Orange County. The event is sponsored by the Orange County Heritage Council and is widely supported by families, churches, schools, businesses, and local officials.

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Ruben Acosta Vallejo

Wednesday, 09/11/2013

The Santa Ana Public Library is pleased to present local author Rubén Acosta Vallejo for a discussion of his book Dying Freedom: Insurrection 1810. Through this wonderful work of historical fiction, Acosta helps a new generation understand the personal cost of their ancestors’ struggles and triumphs.

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Wednesday, 06/20/2012

The Santa Ana Public Library will offer exciting reading programs this summer for children and tweens, and for the 2nd year in a row, for adults. The library is glad to be an educational beacon in our community promoting literacy and providing a fun and safe gathering place for everyone.

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Thursday, 04/26/2012

On April 23rd, the Santa Ana Public Library and the Santa Ana Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Agency will launch its Second Annual “State of My Heart” art exhibit. This year’s theme, My Town/Mi Pueblo, will showcase art work depicting the hometowns of Santa Ana residents

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Monday, 03/05/2012

The participants of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) grant project from the Santa Ana Public Library recently received first place for their entry for the 2012 Teen Video Challenge. This video depicts this year’s theme for the Summer Reading Program “Own the Night.” The participants of the program came up with the lyrics to a rap that inspires reading and learning in people of all ages.

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Monday, 02/06/2012

The City of Santa Ana is proud to announce a cleaner, healthier outdoor environment with a new ordinance prohibiting smoking in City parks.

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Wednesday, 08/06/2014

The Santa Ana Public Library will begin a series of free programs under the War Comes Home: Finding Peace at the Home Front CA Reads funded project. The first program is a discussion of the book Blue Cascade and viewing of the film Severe Clear.

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Wednesday, 04/23/2014

An estimated 1,500 children from across Orange County will descend upon Santa Ana, as the Santa Ana Public Library will join hundreds of libraries across the country in celebration of Día de los niños/Día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day). The celebration will take place at the Main Library on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event will include a variety of fun-filled activities and services for children and their families.

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Wednesday, 03/19/2014

The City of Santa Ana is proud to announce the First Annual “Plaza Primavera” event, Saturday, March 22, 2014 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Plaza Santa Ana (Corner of Fourth and French Street). This spring Plaza event will offer free to the public, Mariachi, dance performance, singing, arts and crafts, and the conclusion of the City’s first Best Bakery (Panaderia) contest.

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Wednesday, 01/08/2014

President Barack Obama has proclaimed January as “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month”. On January 11th, the Santa Ana Public Library will present an information and resource workshop on Human Trafficking and Domestic Abuse.

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Thursday, 09/12/2013

This Sunday, September 15th, 2013 the annual parade celebrating Mexican Independence Day will kick off at 4:00 p.m at the corner of Main and 15th St. in the City of Santa Ana. Renowned Mexican television producer Carla Estrada will be the Grand Marshal for this year’s Fiestas Patrias parade.

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Find the Street Value of Tramadol

StreetRXWhen you need to find the street value of Tramadol, where do you go? Some people go out on the street to find out information like this. However, this can be dangerous. Going out on the street in places where Tramadol is sold can be difficult, and dealing with drug dealers is never safe. Instead, wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could find the street value of Tramadol from your own home?

Now you can do just that! StreetRx is a website that crowdsources the prices of Tramadol and other drugs. It allows people who buy these drugs on the street to enter their information anonymously. They can put in the exact medication they purchased, the strength of that medication, the price they paid, and the city they were in when they bought it. This means that you can now look up the street price of Tramadol and Other Drugs simply by inputting your location and the medication you’re looking for.

The website also allows people to find information on dealing with drug problems or drug addictions. It has information on using needles safely, avoiding overdoses, and even finding treatment centers. This means that it is not only helping people stay safe, but it is also helping them improve their lives.

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