Classic LA Detective Yarn Tapped as the Next One Book, One City Selection. Raymond Chandler’s classic, The Long Goodbye, has been chosen as Sierra Madre’s One Book One City selection for 2015.
... get your tickets now for the One Book One City, Scotch Tasting! Ticket sales begin on January 31st for the popular Scotch Tasting event, part of the One Book One City program at the Sierra Madre Public Library.
Enjoy a tour through the past in the comfort of the Sierra Madre Public Library and Richardson House Museum. Local tours through time are family friendly and last 20 minutes. Digital photos of Sierra Madre’s history are brought to life by local teen docents.
Check out the Friends of the Library Silent Auction, now through December 1, 2014. Books are on display in the Library display case the whole month and are also available for closer inspection on November 8, 15, & 22 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm and December 1st from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.
Sierra Madre’s public library was filled to the brim as more than 700 friends and neighbors joined the festivities at the Library Open House on October 11, 2014.
Sierra Madre resident and local environmentalist, Caroline Brown, is featured on new READ posters and bookmarks by the Sierra Madre Public Library.
Sierra Madre, CA. - November 25, 2014 - Sierra Madre Public Library’s 3rd Thursday Book Club will meet on Thursday, December 18, 2014, at 11:00 am for a special holiday gathering. Bring your favorite book of the year and enjoy festive refreshments. All are welcome.
Cast a spell at the Library’s annual Harry Potter Party. If you had the chance, would you be sorted into Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, Gryffindor or Slytherin?
Teens, 12 years old through seniors in high school, who are interested in local history, public speaking, and earning community service hours should contact the Sierra Madre Public Library to sign up for the Teen History Docent program. Teens will be trained on Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the fall, and give tours to local groups, classes, family, and friends to share their new local history knowledge!