We are here to provide information resources and help navigating those resources. Check the monthly calendar for programs and events that spark your interest and help you learn something new. We also offer a newsletter with information on the various services we offer here at the library.
Have a research question? Call the Information Desk at (626) 812-5268.
Programs and Services
Why should kids have all the fun? Grown ups like making things too! Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Night was a program created to support a space for adults to mingle and learn something new each month. So come get your creativity on. While we are closed to the public, our prgrams will be via Zoom. Please email email@example.com to sign up for our DIY Nights.
Upcoming Dates: July 23 and August 14
Join us on Zoom each month while we discuss books. Each month we’ll discuss a book that you can check out using our newest service, Hoopla. Our first meeting is on July 9 at 6 p.m. and we’ll be focusing on Veterans. The book we will discuss is Craig & Fred. Check out the ebook on Hoopla and then join us for the discussion. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
Upcoming Dates: July 28, 2020
I CAN…is a series of programs welcoming adults with developmental or cognitive disabilities and their coaches/caregivers to learn about a new topic, create, and meet new people. Topics range from gardening, stress relief, working & saving, and more. I CAN… is held in the morning of every month. For resources helpful to parents and coaches, please visit or call the Information Desk.
Upcoming dates: While we are closed our I CAN program is on hold.
A reading group for adults of all reading levels and abilities - from the pro to emerging reader. BookIt meets every Thursday morning for an hour with a pot of fresh coffee, conversation, and the connection of community storytelling.