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
- Japanese flower arranging
- Crochet and Knit Club
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.