Monday, March 16, 2009

Librarypalooza! Los Angeles Public Library: Eagle Rock Branch

Not far from the intersection of Eagle Rock Boulevard and Colorado Boulevard, lies the cozy neighborhood Eagle Rock Branch Library.
The Children's Library contains a permanent collection of original artwork by such local children's book author/illustrators as Tim Egan and the late Leo Politi.
What better way to encourage the next generation of art collectors than to give their little eyes access to "the real deal"?

An ├╝ber-loved Winnie-the-Pooh takes a break from guard duty between two "Tim Egans."
Please click the link above to access current toddler and preschool storytimes. Interested in art classes for your kiddos? You're in luck-- LACMA runs art classes here on a regular basis.
What to do on Mom's or Dad's night out? Check out the Knit and Lit Club that knits while listening to books-on-tape. How cool is that?
When you're done at the library, there's lots of fun restaurants, shops, and art galleries to explore. Have at it!

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