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Lakewood libraries offer unique programs for all ages

Lakewood libraries offer unique programs for all ages

Lakewood’s two libraries offer a wide range of educational programs. In addition to the traditional toddler storytime sessions, there are book clubs for beginning readers, art workshops, film screenings, parent-child workshops and seminars on a variety of educational topics for teens to seniors. There’s even a session (“Paws to Read”) for young readers to practice their skills by reading aloud to therapy dogs.

You can also find programs such as:

  • Job search assistance
  • Medicare information
  • Housing Rights
  • Pet First Aid and CPR
  • Parent-Child workshops
  • MakMo Monday (STEM workshops for tweens and teens)
  • Glass Art for Teens
  • Paws to Read
  • Papermaking
  • Japanese flower arranging
  • Crochet and Knit Club

To see what’s happening at each library, visit the Angelo M. Iacoboni Library events page and the George Nye Jr. Library events page.

Angelo M. Iacoboni Library is located at 4990 Clark Ave., 562-866-1777. George M. Nye Library is located at 6600 Del Amo Blvd., 562-421-8497.