Local children created mini rose floats at a special storytime on Christmas Eve day at the Sierra Madre Public Library. Sierra Madre Rose Float Association head Bob Young brought pieces of foam left over from making Sierra Madre’s entry into this year’s Tournament of Roses Parade and local children used them as them as the bases for their own beautiful floats. Afterwards, the children towed their floats in a parade throughout the Library.
Creativity and fun are in store when children gather at the Sierra Madre Public Library to create mini rose floats on Monday, December 24, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. Children of all ages are welcome to storytime for stories, songs, play and, of course, rose float making. Sierra Madre Rose Float Association Bob Young will be our special guest.
Children ages 4-12 are invited to sign up for the In-N-Out program on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at the Sierra Madre Public Library. Children read books and earn coupons for free hamburgers. The program runs through Saturday, November 17, 2012.
Reading was big in Sierra Madre this summer, as 377 children, 48 teens and more than 90 adults signed up for the Sierra Madre Public Library’s popular annual Summer Reading Program, “Dream Big, Read”!
Registration is now open for Sierra Madre Public Library’s popular Parent/Child workshop series, slated for September 6, 13, 20, 27, and October 4 2012.
Stop by the Sierra Madre Public Library during October and see their scarecrow, Library Lil.
Building on their long-standing partnership with the library, the Rotary Club of Sierra Madre donated more than 50 children’s fiction books to the Sierra Madre Public Library in August 2012.
The books will be located in the recently remodeled and newly named Rotary Children’s Library.
Rob Stockly, Vice Chair of Sierra Madre Library Board of Trustees
shares his story about the Library's eReader workshops. He
explains how easy it is to download free eBooks to his iPad or any
eReader device from the Library's eBook collection.
Donna Singer was the lucky winner of a Kindle Fire eReader in the Sierra Madre Public Library Adult Summer Reading Program.