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La Quinta

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Classroom
Tue, May 21, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Registration is required and limited to 24 participants. Ages 8-11.A unique art experience for tweens!Children ages 8 to 11 will participate in an educational and artistic session led by local artists from the La Quinta Art Association followed by an art activity. Each month is a different theme.Past themes:CollageStill Life/SunflowersTrick-or-Treat bagsHummingbirdsBisonFamous Artists

Classroom
Fri, May 24, 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Play Live-Action Candy Land!Teen Game Night is a great way to try new games, meet new people, and have an overall great time. Anyone ages 13 to 17 is encouraged to attend. Bring yourself, bring your friends, and have a blast trying new games and fun favorites.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Tue, May 28, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Drip irrigation is a type of micro-irrigation system that has the potential to save water and nutrients by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either from above the soil surface or buried below the surface. The goal is to place water directly into the root zone and minimize evaporation.Presented by Linda Lane of the UCCE Master Gardener Speakers BureauFor more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, May 28, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
This month's book is "The Collectors" by Jacqueline West. Sign up at the Reference Desk and bring your library card to check out a copy of the book!For ages 8-12.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Sat, Jun 01, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Hang out with friends, watch anime, and make folded book art - showcase what is important to you, in Japanese!For ages 13-17.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Sun, Jun 02, 1:00PM - 2:00PM
We'll be discussing "Monstress" by Marjorie Liu. Sign up and pick up your copy.Ages 18+  /  Free  /  Registration RequiredFor more programs, visit our Facebook Events page.

Classroom
Sun, Jun 02, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Ages 18+  /  Free  /  Registration RequiredLimited to 20 students.Having a hard time beating your Writer's Block? Join us as we learn how to polish and develop characters, dialogue, voice, and style through workshop-style critiques. Want more than fiction? This monthly workshop explores the literary art of fiction, non-fiction and poetry!For more programs, visit our Facebook Events page.

Classroom
Wed, Jun 05, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Ages 18+ / Free / Registration Required June's discussion will be about "The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek" by Kim Michele Richardson. Bring your library cards to check out the book we'll discuss in July. See the Adult Reference Desk to sign up and get a copy or for more information. And if you've already read the book, we invite you to join us! About the book: In 1936, Bluet is the last of the Kentucky Blues. In the dusty Appalachian hills of Troublesome Creek, nineteen and blue-skinned, Bluet has used up her last chance for "respectability" and a marriage bed. Instead, she joins the historical Pack Horse Library Project of Kentucky and becomes a librarian, riding up treacherous mountains on a mule to deliver books and other reading material to the poor hill communities of Eastern Kentucky. 

Classroom
Fri, Jun 07, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Free / Ages 13-17Crawl Course - can you complete an obstacle course on your hands and knees?For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Sat, Jun 08, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Free / Ages 18+ / Registration required We will be discussing Jules Verne's "Around the World in 80 Days" See the Adult Reference Desk to check out a copy or for more info. Here's a little bit about the book: Around the World in Eighty Days (French: Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours) is an adventure novel by the French writer Jules Verne, published in 1873. In the story, Phileas Fogg of London and his newly employed French valet Passepartout attempt to circumnavigate the world in 80 days on a 20,000 wager (£2,221,600 in 2018) set by his friends at the Reform Club. It is one of Verne's most acclaimed works.

Classroom
Tue, Jun 11, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Learn about the care and keeping of perennials in the Coachella Valley.This gardening talk is presented by Carolyn Daniels of the UCCE Master Gardener Speakers Bureau.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Tue, Jun 11, 6:30PM - 7:30PM
Join us as we discuss "A Princess in Theory," by Alyssa Cole. We'll meet next door at the La Quinta Wellness Center. Sign up at the Adult Reference Desk! Here's a quick preview: Between grad school and jobs, Naledi Smith has no time for e-mails claiming she's betrothed to an African prince. The former foster kid has learned to depend only on herself and the scientific method. Heir to the throne of Thesolo, Prince Thabiso is shouldering the hopes of his parents and his people. Ever dutiful, he tracks down his missing betrothed. When Naledi mistakes the prince for a pauper, Thabiso can't resist experiencing life without the burden of his crown.

Thu, Jun 13, 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Ages 18+ / Registration required / Limited to 8 students Learn to enter data into an Excel worksheet, use Autofill, format cells to display data effectively, perform basic calculations, and more. For computer users with intermediate keyboard/mouse skills. 

Classroom
Sat, Jun 15, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Share what you're psyched about this month! Grab a free book just for joining in! For ages 13-17.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Mon, Jun 17, 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17Mondays, June 17-July 22 @ 4pm (excluding July 1)Experience "stardom" in several different fields. Craft your own superhero/villain with author C.B. Lee, get ready for a lip sync battle, create up-cycled fashion, wage a water balloon war, and be part of a movie production.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jun 18, 10:00AM - 10:45AM
Tuesdays only, June 18 through July 30 @ 10am - 10:45amThe Library will offer free, healthy lunches for children and teens 18 and under in partnership with DSUSD Nutrition Services. There is no sign-up, application, income verification, or identification needed. Meals are served to all children on a first come, first served basis.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jun 18, 11:00AM - 11:45AM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  No registration required.Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Hang out, play a game, do a craft!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Tue, Jun 18, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Free  /  Ages 2 - 7Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Stories, songs, games, crafts, and other activities!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Wed, Jun 19, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
For ages 0-2*Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation.*Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Wed, Jun 19, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Free / Ages 18+ / Registration requiredJune's theme is: Mysteries abroad/Summer travels Choose from our list of mystery or thriller novels or discuss one of your own that you think fits the theme.

Classroom
Wed, Jun 19, 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Free  /  Ages 8 - 12Wednesdays, June 19-July 24 @ 2:30pm (excluding July 3)Join the show and participate in a different activity each week. Discover the magic of invisible ink, craft a camera obscura, rock out with an instrument made by you and more!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Thu, Jun 20, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Free  /  All agesJoin us for Family Day and Dance Around the World with Teresa Smith. Teresa follows the dance steps of her Grandmother, a professional dancer, who traveled the world and danced many different styles of dancing. She'll perform various styles of dance including African, Ballet, Charleston, and more. There will be lots of audience participation.

Classroom
Thu, Jun 20, 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Ages 18+ / Free / Registration Required Choose from works by Gauguin, Hokusai, Verdilhan, and other masterpieces, then paint by number or use whatever colors you want!

Classroom
Fri, Jun 21, 10:30AM - 12:00PM
Ages 8+  /  FreeJoin us to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a free sneak peek screening of American Experience | PBS "Chasing the Moon" from Academy Award Nominee Robert Stone, airing on PBS SoCal on July 8, 9 and 10! The excerpt takes a look back at the tension and excitement surrounding the launch of Apollo 11 on July 16, 1969, all the way up until the lunar module finally lands on the moon. Stick around for a short discussion and make a celestial craft or two while supplies last!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Fri, Jun 21, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17The Resistance - can you spot the spies?Teen Game Night is a great way to try new games, meet new people, and have an overall great time. Bring yourself, bring your friends, and have a blast trying new games and fun favorites.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Mon, Jun 24, 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17Mondays, June 17-July 22 @ 4pm (excluding July 1)Experience "stardom" in several different fields. Craft your own superhero/villain with author C.B. Lee, get ready for a lip sync battle, create up-cycled fashion, wage a water balloon war, and be part of a movie production.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jun 25, 10:00AM - 10:45AM
Tuesdays only, June 18 through July 30 @ 10am - 10:45amThe Library will offer free, healthy lunches for children and teens 18 and under in partnership with DSUSD Nutrition Services. There is no sign-up, application, income verification, or identification needed. Meals are served to all children on a first come, first served basis.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Tue, Jun 25, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Free  /  Ages 2 - 7Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Stories, songs, games, crafts, and other activities!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jun 25, 11:00AM - 11:45AM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  No registration required.Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Hang out, play a game, do a craft!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Tue, Jun 25, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  Registration requiredThis month's book is "The Mysterious Benedict Society" by Trenton Lee Stewart. Sign up at the Reference Desk and bring your library card to check out a copy of the book!For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Wed, Jun 26, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
For ages 0-2*Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation.*Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Wed, Jun 26, 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Free  /  Ages 8 - 12Wednesdays, June 19-July 24 @ 2:30pm (excluding July 3)Join the show and participate in a different activity each week. Discover the magic of invisible ink, craft a camera obscura, rock out with an instrument made by you and more!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jul 02, 10:00AM - 10:45AM
Tuesdays only, June 18 through July 30 @ 10am - 10:45amThe Library will offer free, healthy lunches for children and teens 18 and under in partnership with DSUSD Nutrition Services. There is no sign-up, application, income verification, or identification needed. Meals are served to all children on a first come, first served basis.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Mon, Jul 08, 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17Mondays, June 17-July 22 @ 4pm (excluding July 1)Experience "stardom" in several different fields. Craft your own superhero/villain with author C.B. Lee, get ready for a lip sync battle, create up-cycled fashion, wage a water balloon war, and be part of a movie production.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jul 09, 10:00AM - 10:45AM
Tuesdays only, June 18 through July 30 @ 10am - 10:45amThe Library will offer free, healthy lunches for children and teens 18 and under in partnership with DSUSD Nutrition Services. There is no sign-up, application, income verification, or identification needed. Meals are served to all children on a first come, first served basis.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Tue, Jul 09, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Free  /  Ages 2 - 7Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Stories, songs, games, crafts, and other activities!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jul 09, 11:00AM - 11:45AM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  No registration required.Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Hang out, play a game, do a craft!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Wed, Jul 10, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
For ages 0-2*Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation.*Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Wed, Jul 10, 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Free  /  Ages 8 - 12Wednesdays, June 19-July 24 @ 2:30pm (excluding July 3)Join the show and participate in a different activity each week. Discover the magic of invisible ink, craft a camera obscura, rock out with an instrument made by you and more!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Thu, Jul 11, 10:30AM - 12:00PM
Free  /  All agesBring the family and join our 3rd Annual Egg Drop Challenge. Successfully design a container using recycled materials to keep an egg from breaking or cracking when dropped from a high ladder onto shell-shattering concrete. Materials & eggs provided while supplies last. For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Sun, Jul 14, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Ages 18+  /  Free  /  Registration RequiredLimited to 20 students.Having a hard time beating your Writer's Block? Join us as we learn how to polish and develop characters, dialogue, voice, and style through workshop-style critiques. Want more than fiction? This monthly workshop explores the literary art of fiction, non-fiction and poetry!For more programs, visit our Facebook Events page.

Classroom
Mon, Jul 15, 4:00PM - 5:30PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17Mondays, June 17-July 22 @ 4pm (excluding July 1)Experience "stardom" in several different fields. Craft your own superhero/villain with author C.B. Lee, get ready for a lip sync battle, create up-cycled fashion, wage a water balloon war, and be part of a movie production.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jul 16, 10:00AM - 10:45AM
Tuesdays only, June 18 through July 30 @ 10am - 10:45amThe Library will offer free, healthy lunches for children and teens 18 and under in partnership with DSUSD Nutrition Services. There is no sign-up, application, income verification, or identification needed. Meals are served to all children on a first come, first served basis.For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Classroom
Tue, Jul 16, 11:00AM - 11:45AM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  No registration required.Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Hang out, play a game, do a craft!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Tue, Jul 16, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Free  /  Ages 2 - 7Tuesdays, June 18-July 23 @ 11am (excluding July 2)Stories, songs, games, crafts, and other activities!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Wed, Jul 17, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
For ages 0-2*Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation.*Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Wed, Jul 17, 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Free  /  Ages 8 - 12Wednesdays, June 19-July 24 @ 2:30pm (excluding July 3)Join the show and participate in a different activity each week. Discover the magic of invisible ink, craft a camera obscura, rock out with an instrument made by you and more!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

Children's Area
Thu, Jul 18, 10:30AM - 12:00PM
Free  /  All agesBring the family and compete against the clock in a series of challenges. What's the catch? You'll only have one minute to win it! 60 seconds are on the clock for each challenge. Do you have what it takes? If you like fast paced fun you won't want to miss this event!For more programs & events, visit our Facebook Events page!

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May 27, 2019

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July 4, 2019

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September 2, 2019

All Staff Day
September 13, 2019

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October 14, 2019

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November 28 & 29, 2019

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December 25, 2019

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January 1, 2020

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La Quinta
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Library service to the La Quinta community began in March 1976 with a bookmobile stop each morning in the community’s “Village” (now known as “Old Town”). The bookmobile would then park next to the Village Park’s playground area and a large quilt would be spread on the lawn. The children would sit on the quilt and listen to the manager of the bookmobile for an open-air preschool story time.

In 1986, funding was approved by Riverside County and the City of La Quinta for a library. In the summer of 1988, the La Quinta Branch Library opened in the newly constructed 2,000 square foot commercial building directly across from what was the old La Quinta City Hall. The library was open only 20 hours a week and had a collection of 8,900 items.

By the late 1990’s, La Quinta was one of the fastest growing cities in California. The City Council strongly suggested to the County that a bigger library was needed in order to serve the increasing population. A “Site Selection Committee” began searching for a new location. The library’s building had been purchased by a civic-minded developer, and since two suites remained empty, it was decided to renovate the ground floor into a bigger library instead. All the items were placed in two storage containers in the parking lot while the floor was expanded to 4,130 square feet. This new library was reopened in 1999, with 40 hours of service and a collection of 28,000 items. Eventually, a 20,000 square foot “stand-alone” library would be built on the City’s new Civic Center Campus.

The present building opened in 2005, with the library only occupying the space currently known as the Children’s Area. By 2008, the library expanded into the Adult Area, and a storytime room was built as well as a teen room. Many programs from then continue to this day: preschool story time, children, teen, adult, as well as other informative presentations by community partners.

The current collection is over 71,000 items, and includes books, DVDs, audio and MP3 books, CDs and newspapers and magazines. It is open 7 days a week for 56 hours. There are 17 library staff personnel, including Circulation Supervisor, Programming Coordinator, Head of Reference, Youth Services Coordinator, and Branch Manager. Circulation for the 2013-2014 fiscal year was 329,157 items (including self-check), making La Quinta Public Library 3rd in circulation County wide.

The Library has become a viable community collaborator, sharing programs and resources with local La Quinta businesses and City-run entities. It continues to grow and expand its outreach not only to the surrounding communities, but well into its future.  

Library service to the La Quinta community began in March 1976 with a bookmobile stop each morning in the community’s “Village” (now known as “Old Town”). The bookmobile would then park next to the Village Park’s playground area and a large quilt would be spread on the lawn. The children would sit on the quilt and listen to the manager of the bookmobile for an open-air preschool story time.

In 1986, funding was approved by Riverside County and the City of La Quinta for a library. In the summer of 1988, the La Quinta Branch Library opened in the newly constructed 2,000 square foot commercial building directly across from what was the old La Quinta City Hall. The library was open only 20 hours a week and had a collection of 8,900 items.

By the late 1990’s, La Quinta was one of the fastest growing cities in California. The City Council strongly suggested to the County that a bigger library was needed in order to serve the increasing population. A “Site Selection Committee” began searching for a new location. The library’s building had been purchased by a civic-minded developer, and since two suites remained empty, it was decided to renovate the ground floor into a bigger library instead. All the items were placed in two storage containers in the parking lot while the floor was expanded to 4,130 square feet. This new library was reopened in 1999, with 40 hours of service and a collection of 28,000 items. Eventually, a 20,000 square foot “stand-alone” library would be built on the City’s new Civic Center Campus.

The present building opened in 2005, with the library only occupying the space currently known as the Children’s Area. By 2008, the library expanded into the Adult Area, and a storytime room was built as well as a teen room. Many programs from then continue to this day: preschool story time, children, teen, adult, as well as other informative presentations by community partners.

The current collection is over 71,000 items, and includes books, DVDs, audio and MP3 books, CDs and newspapers and magazines. It is open 7 days a week for 56 hours. There are 17 library staff personnel, including Circulation Supervisor, Programming Coordinator, Head of Reference, Youth Services Coordinator, and Branch Manager. Circulation for the 2013-2014 fiscal year was 329,157 items (including self-check), making La Quinta Public Library 3rd in circulation County wide.

The Library has become a viable community collaborator, sharing programs and resources with local La Quinta businesses and City-run entities. It continues to grow and expand its outreach not only to the surrounding communities, but well into its future.

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