The Culver City Friends of the Library in association with the Mary Pickford Institute for Film Education presents a charming 25-minute, multimedia program designed to entertain, educate and inspire students to follow their own dreams as they learn about Mary Pickford, the silent film actress, who rose from poverty to become “America’s Sweetheart”. An interactive Q&A session with actress, Amy Greenspan, follows. This free program on Saturday, August 21, begins at 3 p.m. at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library, 4975 Overland Avenue is suitable for parents and children of all ages.
Wednesday, April 13 at 3:30 pm come and join Culver City resident and author illustrator C. G. Rawles for a special talk and reading of her children’s book, “Same Difference”. “This debut children’s book celebrates …[READ MORE]
We Tell Stories, LA’s acclaimed children’s storytelling theatre company, celebrates the County of Los Angeles Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, “One World, Many Stories/Un Mundo, Muchas Historias” with 7 different performances reflecting the folklore of …[READ MORE]
El Día de los Niños / El Día de los Libros (Children’s Day / Book Day) is a nationwide celebration that brings together children, books, languages and cultures. It is both an annual celebration and …[READ MORE]