Saturday, October 13, 2012

This Week at the Library (Oct 15- 20th)


2- 4:30pm "Used Book Sale" 

The "Friends of The Cypress Park Library" holds a small book sale every Monday in the community room. This one isn't as big as the one they hold Saturdays but it's just as important and proceeds fund library programs and some materials. Please join us.

3:30-5:30pm "Story Time And Reading"
Books come alive for kids when they share the fun of reading with S.T.A.R. library volunteers. Grandma Sara will be here.

3-4pm "Infant/Toddler Story Time"
We're celebrating Latino Heritage Month. Danza Azteca Xochipilli presents the ancient tradition of the Aztec people through music, stories and dance and performs in indigenous costumes. 

6-7:30pm "¡Ask a Mexican!"
We welcome back nationally syndicated writer and friend of the library, Gustavo Arellano, for what is expected to be a hilarious program. Gustavo will talk about some of the most ridiculous, strange and straight out raciest questions that he's answered for his nationally syndicated OCWeekly column, "¡Ask a Mexican!". More info here

12-1pm "Adult computer class" 
Adults, join us for a beginner's guide to the internet. Patrick will teach you the basics of web browsing, word processing and how to create and access your email account. Bring your questions. Patrick will supply the answers.

4-5pm "Teen Author Roundtable"
In honor of Teen Read Week 2012, we present a Teen Author Roundtable with guests, Janet Tashjian and Ann Stampler. We'll also announce the winner of our teen writing contest. More details here.

Books comes alive for children when they share the fun of reading with S.T.A.R. library volunteers. Grandpa Allen will be here.

The "Friends of the Cypress Park Library" will be holding a used book sale in the community room. Previously enjoyed books, tapes and CDs will be available ranging in price from .25 - $1. Please join us. Proceeds from the book sale go to fund special library programs, events and materials.

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