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San Bernardino County Libraries are the following: A. K. Smiley Public Library, Adelanto Branch Library, Apple Valley Branch Library, Barstow Branch Library, Big Bear Lake Branch Library, Bloomington Branch Library, Chino Branch Library, Chino Hills, Colton Public Library - Main Library, Crestline Branch Library, Dorothy Inghram Branch Library, Fontana Branch Library, Grand Terrace Branch Library, Hesperia Branch Library, Highland Branch Library, Howard M. Rowe Branch Library, Kaiser Branch Library, Lake Arrowhead Branch Library, Loma Linda Branch Library, Lucerne Valley Branch Library, Luque Branch Library, Mentone Branch Library, Montclair Branch Library, Needles Branch Library, Norman F. Feldheym Library, Ontario City Library, Paul Villasenor Branch Library, Rancho Cucamonga Public Library, Rialto Branch Library, Running Springs Branch Library, South Ontario Branch Library, Twentynine Palms Branch Library, Upland Public Library, Victorville Branch Library, Wrightwood Branch Library, Yucaipa Branch Library, and Yucca Valley Branch Library.

The Ontario City Library was formed on November 15, 1885. Today this Library and Colony High Branch contain over 184,000 books, 450 magazine subscriptions, 25 newspaper subscriptions, 14,000 videocassettes, 2,500 compact discs, government document depository, and pamphlet file. Computerized catalog and checkout systems provide access to the Library's many resources. The South Ontario Branch Library offers Children's Programs, Teen Programs, Adult Programs, and Computer Classes.

Rancho Cucamonga Public Library collection features books, magazines and newspapers, videos, music CDs, DVDs, Books on Tape, CD-ROM software, and bestsellers. There are three black and white xerox machines, one color copier. The Children's Story Theater holds story times for Children from 24 to 35 months old. Programs include the Back to Basics program and the Adult Literacy Program. The Back to Basics program concentrates on elementary school-aged children 7 - 12 years old who are reading below grade level and want to improve their reading and writing skills.

Contact information:

Rancho Cucamonga Public Library
7368 Archibald Ave.,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone: (909) 477-2720

Ontario City Library
215 East "C" Street
Ontario, CA 91764-4111
Phone: (909) 395-2004
Fax: (909) 395-2043


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