Developed through the Lafayette community’s shared vision and the first of its kind in any American library, The Glenn Seaborg Learning Consortium is a partnership of 12 Bay Area premier education, science and arts institutions who offer to the East Bay community a calendar of programs and special events at a central, easily accessible location, the Lafayette Library and Learning Center. The Consortium is managed and administered by the Lafayette Library and Learning Center Foundation.
Named in honor of Nobel Prize-winning chemist Glenn Seaborg, advisor to 9 U.S. Presidents and long-time Lafayette resident, the Consortium enables public library patrons, children, families, groups and institutions to tap into an unprecedented wealth of materials, archives, workshops, exhibits, K-12 curricula, lectures, films and discovery centers from the following organizations:
Thanks to the generous support of the Thomas J. Long Foundation, the LLLCF was able to present 30 programs, an average of one per week, during our first 9 months of operation.
The LLLC Foundation is actively seeking Sponsorships from corporations and individuals to further Consortium programming and community outreach.
View Calendar for upcoming Consortium programs and special events.
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