Rancho Bernardo
friends of the library

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Don't miss the Spring Book Sale.
May 20 to May 23. Click here for more information.


Library Hours

Monday 930a - 6p Tuesday 1130a - 8p Wednesday 1130a - 8p Thursday 930a - 6p Friday 930a - 6p Saturday 930a - 6p Sunday 1230p - 5p
Note - The Library will be closed March 31.

Bookshop Hours

Monday 10a - 4p Tuesday 12p - 530p Wednesday 1p - 7p Thursday 10a - 4p Friday 10a - 4p Saturday 10a - 3p Sunday 1p - 4p
Note - The Bookshop will be closed March 24 and 31.

Welcome To Our Website

Our Library does much more than simply lend books. It sponsors programs for children and seniors, holds concerts, conducts art exhibits and film showings,  sponsors clubs in local schools, conducts book readings and hosts authors and a lot more.

The Friends of the Rancho Bernardo Library is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to supporting these programs and activites at the Rancho Bernardo Branch of the San Diego Public Library.

These programs include Yoga for children and adults, reading for children, eReader clinics, Zumba classes, Internet classes and much, much else.

We raise money for Library activities, programs and materials.

We sponsor children's programs and concerts in the Library.

Hold book sales at the Library.

Publish the Friends of the Library Newsletter

Provide free and exclusive use of recent best
sellers to our members.


The Rancho Bernardo Library is located at 17110 Bernardo Center Drive, San Diego  92128, across from the Souplantation Restaurant.


Board and Officers

Judy Levine - President and Bulletin Editor
Dave Hall - Vice-president Operations
Nancy Dennis - Treasurer
John Dean - Secretary
Harvey Levine - Concerts
Dick Luehring - Book Sales and Publicity
Millie Boaz - Bookshop
Kathy Luehring - Lending Library
Bob Luehring - Lending Library
Susan Chamberlin - Workroom
Marianne Pekala - Membership
Jackie Hough - Hospitality




When I get a little money I buy books;
and if any is left I buy food and clothes.

Erasmus (1500)