Virtual Programming

Virtual Programming

Upcoming Live Events on Webex

Thursday, February 25, 4 pm

Creative Careers: Museums and the Arts – Content Specialist for Mobile Programs

LACMA’s Dr. Omar A. Alcover-Firpi will show how Content Specialists develop interactive resources as well as protocols for mobile classes, and how they are incorporated into museums. For kids and teens.
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Friday, February 26, 11 am

Smarty Pants Storytime

Let’s get ready for school! Enjoy books, songs, rhymes, and movement while learning school readiness skills and having fun. For kids ages 2-5 with their parent or caregiver.
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Friday, February 26, 4 pm

Egg Drop Challenge

What happens when you drop an egg? It breaks! Join us as we attempt to circumvent disaster with our own egg structures! See who designs the best structure, and who ends up with egg on their face. For kids.
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Saturday, February 27, 11 am

Books and Brunch: Comics with Blackstar Collectibles

Explore representation in comics and graphic novels in this conversation with Blackstar Collectibles owners, Kareem Burton and Feon Cooper. For adults.
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Monday, March 1, 4 pm

Teens Create Month: Draw Along with Jake — Character Development

Grab a pencil, some paper, and learn to draw like Jake as he shows us how to draw his cartoon character, Bob! For tweens and teens.
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Tuesday, March 2, 11 am

Work Ready: What Exactly Do You Need to Start a Business?

Do you dream of becoming an entrepreneur, but aren’t sure where or how to start? Join LA County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs to learn best practices, how to identify opportunities through market research, and what licenses, permits, and other documents you will need to get your idea off the ground. For adults.
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Wednesday, March 3, 4 pm

Adult 101: Car Care

Learn basic car maintenance tips to help you have functional and longer-lasting drives on the road. For tweens and teens.
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Wednesday, March 3, 4 pm

Parent-Ade: Continuing Distance Learning

After nearly a full year of distance learning for our students, join us to hear about some classes, videos, and articles to help you rally for the home stretch! For parents and caregivers.
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Miércoles, 3 de marzo, 5 pm

Parent-Ade: Continuando con aprendizaje a distancia

Después de casi un año completo de aprendizaje a distancia para nuestros estudiantes, ¡acompáñenos para conocer algunas clases, vídeos y artículos que le ayudarán a prepararse para la recta final! Para padres y tutores.
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Thursday, March 4, 4 pm

Author Talk with Angela Joy

Author Angela Joy will read and discuss her book, Black is a Rainbow Color, a story about a child reflecting on the meaning of being Black. Learn more about this moving and powerful anthem about a people, a culture, a history, and a legacy that lives on. For a general audience.
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Adult female and child playing the drumsFriday, March 5, 11 am

Baby Band Practice

Build your child’s pre-literacy, cognitive, and motor skills through song and dance! For toddlers and their parents and caregivers.
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Friday, March 5, 4 pm

Creative Storytelling Workshop: Female Artists

A live story reading of The Flying Girl: How Aida de Acosta Learned to Soar will be brought to life through a variety of expressive art activities based on the artist Allison Saar, led by a LACMA Teaching Artist. For kids.
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Ongoing Programs


Safer at Home: Stories and Art

Contribute to our digital collection preserving the experiences of these unprecedented times. Share your unique story with us in whatever artistic form it takes (from diaries to drawings, poems to songs) and help us capture this historical moment. For a general audience. Submit your digital items here.


Virtual Storytime

Join our librarians for stories, songs, fingerplays, and more every Mon – Thu at 11 am on Facebook! For past Storytimes, check out our Facebook Videos