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The Warner Library will be closed Monday, February 20 for Presidents Day


La biblioteca Warner estará cerrada el lunes, 20 de febrero para el día de los Presidentes.

A Mobile Print Service                             Every Tuesday at the Library!

Tuesday, February 21 at 3:30pm

The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death by Charlie Huston

Webster Fillmore Goodhouse has found temporary work as one of the mop-up crew for the Los Angeles County crime division. When the daughter of a recent Malibu suicide victim asks for his help cleaning up after her brother has gotten into a little trouble, every cell in Web's brain is telling him to turn her down. But she's very attractive, and before he knows...


 Last Wednesday of Every Month - 3:30pm  

Drop in to the Teen Area (located in the Reference Room) and make a button. We provide the machine and the materials, you provide the creativity! Bring your own pictures or sayings - make sure they fit into a 2 1/4 inch circle with a 1/4inch border.

Rescheduled date: February 27 @ 6:30 pm in the Children's Room  /Read and discuss a biography written in verse about the author and creator of The Snowy Day; Ezra Jack Keats. Learn how this story and his illustrations made an impact on Children's picture books. For children in grades 2-4.

Read and discuss: Freedom Over Me Eleven Slaves, their lives and dreams brought to life by Ashley Bryan.

Eleven poems written based on the documents of the Fairchilds Estate Appraisment. The poems and artwork represent their hopes, dreams and fears enduring the life of a slave....


Saturday, March 11 at 2 PM

Author, coach, and speaker Lane Cobb, MS, CPC reads from her book “Heal Your Power Heal Your Life – Essential He
aling Strategies for Women on the Rise” and offers tips and tools for living a life of purpose and fulfillment in the face of any circum...


Opera Ensembles

Thursdays, March 16-April 20 from 3-4:30pm

Susan Grunthal returns with a new Opera Appreciation program: Opera Ensembles! Experienced opera instructor Susan will present a listening study of opera ensembles; groups of three or more soloists singing simultaneously.  This free 6-week series will help listeners to discover the intricate web of dramatic gestures in an operatic ensemble. ...


Thursday, March 16 at 7 pm

Learn this easy method to create beautiful images from repetitive patterns with instructor Jill Greenbaum

Please sign up at the Reference Desk  631-7734.

Certified Yoga Instructor, Leslie Kimmich Seery,
will help you learn how Yoga can help you deal with stress and anxiety. For ages 12 and up.
Please wear comfortable clothes. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.
Please sign up at the Reference Desk or call 91-631-7734



Saturday, March 18 at 2:30 PM

Kinny Landrum, piano, and Alan Bates, vibes, perform jazz favorites.

Monday, March 20 at 7pm

Low self-esteem can fuel a vicious cycle of poor choices and unhealthy relationships that devalue a person’s sense of worth. The Self-esteem123 program was developed to combat this destructive cycle, build self-confidence and work towards reducing the anxiety, stress and fear that often emerge. All ages welcome. Visit her website for more information.

Call 631-7734 to sign up for this free program

Saturday, March 25 at 11am

An Introduction to Suicide Prevention

Suicide is a terrifying thought. We don't want to think about it, let alone talk about it. But talking saves lives, and saving lives overcomes discomfort or fear. Talking about it helps everyone understand the causes, risk factors, and signs of those at risk. Talking gives hope and comfort to those left behind. 

Join us and Daryl Velez of The American Foundation for Suicide...