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Fun Events Planned At Culver Library


The Friends Knitting group started up again on Monday, May 2.It will meet from 2:30 pm to 4 on Monday afternoons as a regularly scheduled activity. All ages and ability levels are welcome. This was conceived as a program for teens and tweens, but we have expanded to include everyone. It's a great opportunity to learn to knit or crochet, to hone your skills, or just to enjoy crafting with others. Materials and instruction are provided by the Friends. Join us!

The Friends brought back the popular First Tuesday storytime on Tuesday, May 3 at 7 pm with guest reader Paula Wilson..

May 14 will see the return of the Edible Book Festival. Plan your entries, or come and admire the creativity of others. Prizes will be available in a variety of categories. Entries should arrive at 1:30. Awards will be announced at 2:30. A special cake will be available for attendees!

Start planning to join in the One Book, One City program that will be part of the Culver City Centennial Celebration. We will be reading Stewart O'Nan's best selling novel, West of Sunset and O'Nan will be here on October 14 and 15 to talk about the book and the time F. Scott Fitzgerald spent as a screenwriter at MGM.

Lots of great activities will be planned, so if you are in a book club, or know of a book club, or just want to join in the literary activities, put this one on your list. Let us know if you want to be part of the planning committee.


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