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Venice Library: January Schedule

Homework Center: The Venice Branch Library will offer a dedicated space, essential supplies, equipment, resources, trained staff and volunteers to assist students grades 4-12. Monday-Thursday 3-5p (M, W); 3:30-5:30p (Tu-Th). Call for additional details!

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Adult Events (for everyone):

Jan 11, 25: Computer classes. Email, Google search (respectively).

Jan 14: Swapper’s Bazaar. Join Jade Wilson, FIDUM grad, for the Swapper’s Bazaar 310-286-6606 *12-4pm

Jan. 19: Yoga. Bring a mat & get ready to breath….Open to all levels! 6:o0p

Jan. 21: Organic Gardening & Composting Workshop. Learn how to create your own city organic garden with healthy soil from Master Gardener Emi Carvell.  All materials provided. Bring fork & plate to sample veggies from Emi’s own garden.

Jan. 26: Power of Real-Time Social Media Marketing: Join authors Beverly Macy and Teri Thompson for a lively discussion of what’s possible and how and why social media will be essential for every marketer in today’s world. 6:00p

Jan. 28:  Coffee with Assembly member Betsy Butler , District 53! Assembly member Butler will speak about topics of interest to her constituents. Coffee and pastry will be provided. Reservations are not required but seating is limited. 10-1p

Jan 31 Book Club . This month’s selection is Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell . Copies available at the Library. 6:30p

Teen Programs:
Jan 19 Cupcakes! Have fun making cupcakes. All materials provided! No previous cooking experience necessary. 4pm

Jan. 22 Teen Council Meeting: Get involved in your library and earn community servicehours! Pizza served. 4pm

Kids Programs:

January 11 Computer class- Email,10a

January 11 Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, and fingerplays for newborn to 3 years. 11:30 am

January 12 Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, stretches for newborns to 3 years old. 3:30 pm

January 14 Swapper’s Bazaar. Join Jade Wilson, FIDUM grad, for the Swapper’s Bazaar 310-286-6606 *12-4pm

January 18— Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, and fingerplays for newborn to 3 years. 11:30 am

January 18—Kids Origami worskhop. Amaze yourself creating super objects of plain, flat sheets of paper. Dexterity, Focus, Five fingers…learn from each other and have lots of FUN! 4:00p

January 19 Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, stretches for newborns to 3 years old. 3:30 pm

January 19 Teens & Tweens Cupcakes! Have fun making cupcakes. All materials provided! No previous cooking experience necessary. 4pm

January 19 Yoga. Bring a mat & get ready to breath….Open to all levels! 6p

January. 21 Organic Gardening & Composting Workshop. Learn how to create your own city organic garden with healthy soil from Master

January 21 Yoga for Kids! Grab your towel/mat, listen to a story & practice yoga Ages 5 and up. Parents welcome 4pm

Gardener Emi Carvell. All materials provided. Bring fork & plate to sample veggies from Emi’s own garden.

January 22 Teen Council Meeting: Get involved in your library and earn community service hours! Pizza served. 4pm

January 25 Computer Class -Internet Searching/Google 10a

January 25— Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, and fingerplays for newborn to 3 years. 11:30 am

January 26— Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, stretches for newborns to 3 years old. 3:30 pm

January 26 Power of Real-Time Social Media Marketing ( Join authors Beverly Macy and Teri Thompson for a lively discussion of what’s possible and how and why social media will be essential for every marketer in today’s world. 6:00p

January 28 — Coffee with Assembly member Betsy Butler , District 53! Assembly member Butler will speak about topics of interest to her constituents. Coffee and pastry will be provided. Reservations are not required but seating is limited. 10-1p

January 31 Adult Fiction Book Club . This month’s selection is Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell . Copies available at the Library. 6:30p

January 31—Sidewalk Astronomers Are Back: Look! It’s a star! A planet! It’s the Sidewalk Astronomers! Stargaze through
telescopes while sipping hot cocoa. Families welcome! 6:30p

Venice – Abbot Kinney Memorial Branch Library
501 S. Venice Blvd.
Venice, CA 90291

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