Just ran across this and stopped to drop off some books.Syndicated copies to:
Books for my summer Japanese reading list. I’ve got most of my hiragana. Next up katakana.Syndicated copies to:
Glendale Central Library Re-Opening Gala!
The best part of the $22M renovation: The Open Bar right in the heart of the Glendale Central Library
–Chris Aldrich, library patron
Drop off and pick up some new books in JapaneseSyndicated copies to:
Be the first to experience the re-imagined Central Library at the Glendale Library Foundation Creation Celebration and Re-Opening Gala Friday, April 28, 2017, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Glendale Central Library 222 East Harvard Street, Glendale CA 91205 Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, specialty drinks and live jazz while you explore the new: MakerSpace, Remembrance Room, Reading Spa, Art on the Walls, and Recording Studio. This event is sponsored by and benefits the Glendale Library Foundation, Tax ID 46-4303592. To learn more visit the Glendale Library Foundation website, or contact by email or phone at 818-937-7813. The Central Library will reopen to the public on Monday, May 1, 2017. For more information see the website.
Lots of decommissioned public library books here.Syndicated copies to:
Or at least there used to be a Little Free Library here!
Stopping by the local mini branch and there’s an exciting storyteller with balloons. A fully grown woman amazed a bunch of 1-8 year olds with the ability to climb into a 6 foot yellow balloon and carefully escape. In a terrifically tiny branch library, how can you not but pay attention to 20 kids chanting, cheering, clapping, and generally recreating the sounds of a hurricane from a storybook? It was better than anything I might have otherwise watched on TV tonight.