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Classroom
Mon, Mar 25, 11:30AM - 12:30PM
Join our informal book club!Each month we have a list of books you can choose from to read and talk about or you can just talk about whatever you've been reading. Think of it like a bookish "show and tell."See the Adult Reference Desk if you're interested and want to sign up. Or just join us on the day of! For age 18 and up.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 26, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 26, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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
Tue, Mar 26, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Learn about Cahuilla native planting, early commercial agriculture, plants used as dyes, and more!Presented by Mike Reandeau of the UCCE Master Gardener Speakers BureauFor more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 26, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
This month's book is "Black Beauty" by Anna Sewell. 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

Children's Area
Wed, Mar 27, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Think of this story time like a book club for your little one! Check off all those classic picture books and join our newest story time!For ages 4-6.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Wed, Mar 27, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
Join us for Young Writers Club to work on fun writing exercises, discuss what you're writing (and reading), and be inspired to make writing a daily habit.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 28, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 28, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Thu, Mar 28, 4:00PM - 6:00PM
For ages 18+ / Registration required / Limit 9 students.Learn about the parts of the computer, how to use the mouse, typing, and basic internet usage.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 02, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 02, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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, Apr 03, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
April's discussion will be about "The Essex Serpent" by Sarah Perry. Bring your library cards to check out the book we'll discuss in May.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!

Children's Area
Wed, Apr 03, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Make new friends and enjoy some friendly competition at this drop-in program for grades 2-8!

Children's Area
Wed, Apr 03, 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Everyone is welcome to our Bilingual Storytime. Listen to stories, watch a puppet show and do some crafts!

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 04, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 04, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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
Sun, Apr 07, 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Join our graphic novel book club to discuss "Saga V. 5-8" by Brian K. Vaughan. Registration is required! For ages 18+For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 09, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 09, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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.

Children's Area
Wed, Apr 10, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Build your creation based on the theme of the day.For grades 2-8. Registration required.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 11, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 11, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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
Fri, Apr 12, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Play a fun game for a chance to win prizes! For ages 18+. Registration required.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Sat, Apr 13, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
We will be discussing E.M. Forster's classic "A Room with a View"See the Adult Reference Desk to check out a copy or for more info. Here's a little bit about the book: Lucy has her rigid, middle-class life mapped out for her, until she visits Florence with her uptight cousin Charlotte, and finds her neatly ordered existence thrown off balance. Her eyes are opened by the unconventional characters she meets at the Pension Bertolini: flamboyant romantic novelist Eleanor Lavish, the Cockney Signora, curious Mr Emerson and, most of all, his passionate son George.Lucy finds herself torn between the intensity of life in Italy and the repressed morals of Edwardian England, personified in her terminally dull fianc Cecil Vyse. Will she ever learn to follow her own heart?

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 16, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 16, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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, Apr 17, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
April's theme is: A mystery with "Woman" or "Girl" in the titleChoose from our list of mystery or thriller novels or discuss one of your own that you think fits the theme. For ages 18+. Sign up by visiting or calling the library!

Wed, Apr 17, 12:00PM - 5:30PM
Which is Worse? You decide! Come in for a Marvel vs DC double feature during Spring Break. Debate to follow, activities and snacks included. For ages 13 to 17.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 18, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 18, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 23, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 23, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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.

Children's Area
Wed, Apr 24, 10:00AM - 10:30AM
Think of this story time like a book club for your little one! Check off all those classic picture books and join our newest story time!For ages 4-6.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Wed, Apr 24, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Join us for Young Writers Club to work on fun writing exercises, discuss what you're writing (and reading), and be inspired to make writing a daily habit.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 25, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, Apr 25, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 30, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 30, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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.

Children's Area
Tue, Apr 30, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
This month's book is "Bob" by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead. 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

Children's Area
Wed, May 01, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Make new friends and enjoy some friendly competition at this drop-in program for grades 2-8!

Children's Area
Wed, May 01, 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Everyone is welcome to our Bilingual Storytime. Listen to stories, watch a puppet show and do some crafts!

Children's Area
Thu, May 02, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, May 02, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Tue, May 07, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, May 07, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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, May 08, 2:30PM - 3:30PM
Breastfeeding is natural but that doesn't mean it's easy...at least not at first. Join Dr. Jenna Grindle to learn about some of the most common breast feeding challenges as well as some helpful tips for mom and baby to find their own rhythm. Children are welcome to attend with parents.Sign ups are encouraged:reservations@eisenhowerhealth.org or 760-423-4855.This presentation is part of our Healthy Family Lecture Series in collaboration with Eisenhower Health.

Children's Area
Wed, May 08, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Build your creation based on the theme of the day.For grades 2-8. Registration required.

Children's Area
Thu, May 09, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, May 09, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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
Fri, May 10, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Play a fun game for a chance to win prizes! For ages 18+. Registration required.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, May 14, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, May 14, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, May 16, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Thu, May 16, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Ages 3+*Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft.*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.

Children's Area
Tue, May 21, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
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.

Children's Area
Tue, May 21, 11:00AM - 11:30AM
For ages 18 months and older*Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books. Ends with a sensory playtime.*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.

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Address
78-275 Calle Tampico
La Quinta
California 92253
Tel: (760) 564-4767
Fax: (760) 771-0237
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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