Angels Camp


At this time only the Angels Camp FOTL use this branch for their regular meeting space. This library has no dedicated meeting room, just a few comfy chairs for small groups.


Mokelumne Hill


Mokelumne Hill History Society

The Mokelumne Hill History Society was founded in 1985 to preserve and promote the history of Mokelumne Hill. The Society shares a downtown building with the Mokelumne Hill Branch Library, where it houses the town’s Archives and displays artifacts and documents related to the town’s history.


San Andreas


Calaveras Genealogical Society

Assisting you in researching all the branches of your family tree.

Let the Adventure Begin!


Mother Lode Bonsai Club

Sharing the joy of bonsai!


Master Gardeners of Calaveras County

University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE), Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources


San Andreas Movers & Shakers (Parkinson's Support Group)

Our mission is to encourage a respectful and compassionate environment within our communities for people with Parkinson's Disease, their caregivers, families and friends through education, advocacy and support. You are welcome to attend our meetings which are held the first Tuesday of every month from 10:00 am to noon at the San Andreas Central Library. Arrive early for social and coffee. 


Talk, Read, Sing Calaveras: First 5 California

​Mission: To facilitate partnerships and fund strategies that strengthen families and support them in raising healthy children 0-5 years old.


​Calaveras County Library Commission

​We are always looking for interested community members to serve on the commission.  For information about vacancies or the application  process, or about meetings, please contact our county librarian Nancy Giddens at 209-754-6701.​​

Copyright Calaveras County Friends of the Library

West Point


Currently no community groups meet at this library. However, it is a valuable resource for the students at West Point elementary who visit with their classes each week. A local spanish language teacher also brings her students periodically on field trips to the library.


Valley Springs


Like West Point, this library is a valuable resource for elementary kids. During school hours, half the space is reserved just for students. Tutors also often use this library to meet with tutees.


Copperopolis


Like Angels Camp, this library has no dedicated meeting space. But they are happy to promote local events (particularly free, non-profit activities), and the branch has become an information hub for travelers headed to Yosemite.


Community Connections: who uses your libraries?


​Your libraries host many different groups, clubs, organizations, etc... for meetings or presentations.

Most are open to new members and/or public attendance. Get in touch, and get involved!

Arnold


Arnold Lions Club

Be sure to check their calendar, and find them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ArnoldLionsClub

Murphys


​Calaveras Stamp Club

Trade, sell, and buy stamps the first Wednesday of each month;

free to attend. Call 209-736-9927.


Alcoholics Anonymous: Amador & Calaveras counties, District 30 

​"The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking."  The Daily Reflection Group meets from 12-1pm on Tuesdays.


Sierra Mac Users Group (SMUG) 

​Meetings are free and open to all. The group meets at the library in January, February, and March on the second Tuesday of each month at 2pm. The rest of the year, meetings are at the Fire Station in Arnold.