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Venice Library: March Calendar

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Children’s Programs :

March 14, 21, 28 — Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, and fingerplays for newborn to 3 years. 11:30 am

March 15, 22, 29— Toddler Storytime: Stories, songs, stretches for newborns to 3 years old.  3:30 pm

March 14—Jazz It Up with Baby & Me. Dance, stretch & strengthening for you & baby! Join instructor Lia Montelongo for 1/2 hr class. Sign Up @ Library. 4pm

March 21— Craft Activity. Celebrate spring with expression—make your own funny face. All ages.

March 24— Yoga for Kids!  Grab your towel/mat, listen to a story & practice  yoga. Ages 5+.  4pm

March 29– Lego Night !  Kids, build & create structures with your friends and parents. Blocks provided & bring your creativity!  All ages. Parental involvement encouraged.

Teen Programs

March 22 Photo Transfer Shop. Create a beautiful piece of art from your favorite photograph, taking the image from paper to canvas. Participants need to bring a Toner-based photocopy of their favorite photograph 5×7 (color or b&w). Ages 11+. 4pm

March 28  Teen Council Meeting: Get  involved in your library and earn community service hours! Pizza served.  4pm
Adult Events

March 3: Choosing Happy Workshop. Join us for a free introductory workshop on the science and practice of happiness. Facilitated by Melissa Sussman, MA. Advance registration suggested. 12-2pm

March 6:  Mindful Meditation. Take a refreshing pause by simply sitting and paying attention to senses, feelings and thoughts.   7pm

March 7, 21: Computer Classes  Internet 1A—Google and E-Media Basics, respectively. Sign ups encouraged.  10am

March 10: Friends of the Venice Library  Used Book Sale:  All proceeds go to the library! Specially priced books  & Media

March 22– Adult Yoga  Bring a mat & get ready to breath….Open to all levels!  6pm

March 24-  Gardening Workshop. Learn the 10 easy steps for a successful organic home garden. Class will focus on Eco Pots Seeds planting.  Bring 8 oz size can and plastic bag to take home goodies! Participants will get to taste Emi’s wonderful home grown organic salad. Sign up in advance. 12pm

March 27– Adult Fiction Book Club  Join our  discussion!  Title TBA and copies will be available at the Library. 6:30p

March 31—Decoding Your Destiny.  Master numerologist & author, Richard Andrew King,  offers a n interactive workshop on numerology.  Learn  to Decode Your Destiny! All  materials provided. 12:00pm

Recurring:

GAB (Grown-ups and Books) Storytelling Tuesdays & Thursdays: Trained volunteers read to children of all ages in the Children’s Reading Room. Call or visit the branch for specific times.

StudentZone Monday-Thursday 3-5p (M, W); 3:30-5:30p (Tu-Th).  The Venice Branch Library offers a dedicated space, essential supplies, equipment, resources, trained staff & volunteers to assist students grades 4-12. Free printing

Movies:     

Tuesday, March 13 — Puss in Boots  3:00p
Thursday, March 15 — The Ides of March  5:30p

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