Virtual Programming

Virtual Programming

Upcoming Live Events on Webex

Friday, April 16, 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.

Register here.

Friday, April 16, 4 pm

Creative Storytelling with LACMA: Materials and Meaning/Recycling

A live story reading of Ocean Meets Sky by Terry Fan will be brought to life by a LACMA Teaching Artist who will lead an art activity, inspired by the artist Maura Bendett, creating eco-friendly assemblage sculptures that tell a story using colors and objects. For kids.
Register here.

Saturday, April 17, 11 am

Storytelling for Film and TV

Learn how to turn your story idea into a film or TV script! Director and producer Kimberley Browning will discuss the basic structure and elements of writing for the screen and give tips on how to tap into your creativity to tell your personal story through this medium. For teens.
Register here.

Young teen working on a laptop Monday, April 19, 4 pm

Meet Now! A Place to Collaborate on Homework Using Brainfuse

Join us and learn about Brainfuse Collaborate, where you can meet with friends and create movie-like notes and share ideas. For tweens and teens.
Register here.

Tuesday, April 20, 4 pm

Ancient Innovators: Roman Engineering

Discover the Ancient Romans’ feats of engineering—like roads, aqueducts, and structures—many of which are still standing. Then see how their engineering mastery also enabled them to be master destroyers through siege warfare and create your own battering ram! For tweens and teens.
Register here.

Tuesday, April 20, 5 pm

The Storytelling Experience with Michael D. McCarty

Master storyteller Michael McCarty shares his experience of teaching incarcerated individuals to find their voice and tell their story. For adults.
Register here.

Wednesday, April 21, 11 am

Mason Jar Veggie Garden

Want to grow a vegetable garden but have no space? No problem! Learn how to grow your own vegetables using your leftover scraps, water, and a mason jar. Customize your own sustainable garden! For adults.
Register here.

Wednesday, April 21, 4 pm

Parent-Ade: Back to School With No Fear

As schools begin to have in-person classes again, kids might start feeling scared or anxious about what’s going to happen. Counselors from LA County Office of Education will be on hand to offer guidance and coping tools to help students face their fears. For parents and caregivers.
Register here.


Miércoles, 21 de abril, 5 pm

Parent-Ade: De regreso a la escuela sin miedo

A medida que las escuelas empiezan a ofrecer clases en persona, los niños pueden empezar a sentirse asustados o ansiosos por lo que va a pasar. Los consejeros de la Oficina de Educación del Condado de Los Ángeles estarán a mano para ofrecer orientación y herramientas de afrontamiento para ayudar a los estudiantes a enfrentar sus temores. Para padres y tutores.
Inscríbase aquí.

Thursday, April 22, 3 pm

GrowingGreat: Radish Kids!

Discover what it takes for a plant to grow, and make a cute planter to grow your own radish! You can participate using materials from home or pick up an activity kit at select libraries – see registration page for details. For grades K-5.
Register here.


Jueves, 22 de abril, 4 pm

GrowingGreat: ¡Niños rábanos!

Descubre lo que necesita una planta para crecer y haz una bonita maceta para cultivar tu propio rábano. Puedes participar utilizando los materiales que tengas en casa o recogiendo un kit de actividades en determinadas bibliotecas – consulta la página de inscripción para más detalles. Para los grados K-5.
Inscríbase aquí.

Thursday, April 22, 4 pm

LA Centers for Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Series: Effects of Substance Use and Drug Refusal Skills

Come learn the effects each substance has on the developing brain. For ages 13-18 years.
Register here.

Thursday, April 22, 6 pm

Wage & Workers’ Rights for Immigrants with LA County Office of Immigrant Affairs

Learn about the new “Hero Pay” for essential workers and anti-retaliation protections. Experts will also address wage theft and immigrant workers’ rights. For adults. Program is hosted on Zoom. Log in here on April 22.

Friday, April 23, 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. Register here.

Friday, April 23, 4 pm

MākMō STEAM Trivia: April Fools’ Edition

Join us for an evening of interactive trivia covering topics from science, technology, engineering, art, and math, and a bonus category all about conspiracy theories. For kids, tweens, and teens. Register here.

Saturday, April 24, 11 am

Books and Brunch: Both Sides of the Picture Book with Author Jessixa Bagley

Author and illustrator Jessixa Bagley shares her experience of being both the author and the illustrator of a picture book. For adults. Register here.

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.