Early Learning and Community Information Hub

The Early Learning and Community Information Hub, located within the Civic Center Library, provides a safe, diverse, and inclusive space for families to learn, explore, and enjoy with their little ones.

Through the Hub, parents, caregivers and children can access services, information and community resources that promote their child’s early literacy and development, on their own, or within a community of support, helping their children to thrive.

Children & Families

The Hub offers unique and diverse programming and resources geared towards families and children ages 0 - 5 to foster a lifetime love of reading, and ensure that they are ready for success including:

  • Early Learning Programs
  • Parenting Workshops
  • Family Literacy Programs
  • Early Learning Concept Collections
  • Parenting, Pregnancy and Homeschooling Resources
  • Autism-Friendly Books
  • And much more!

Visit the Library's Calendar to see upcoming events or register for in-person or online programs.

Community Partners

With the help of our local community partnerships, the Early Learning and Community Information Hub strives to ensure our local families have the best resources and information available to them including, but not limited to:

  • Parenting Workshops
  • Take-home Kits for children and caregivers
  • Family Programming
  • Local Information and Resources

If you are a local/community organization that is interested in collaborating with the Early Learning and Community Information Hub, please complete the Community Partner Interest Form.

Early Learning Library Services

Please see the other early learning resources the Oceanside Public Library has to offer:

 

Contact Information         

Early Learning and Community Information Hub
Civic Center Library
330 N Coast Hwy
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 435-5600

Title  Name  Phone Number  Email Address 
Librarian I Sophia Juarez 760-435-5608 sjuarez@oceansideca.org
Principal Librarian Marie Town 760-435-5597

mtown@oceansideca.org

 

This project was supported in part by funding provided by the State of California, administered by the California State Library, and the Oceanside Public Library Foundation.