New Sculpture “The Storyteller” to be Dedicated at the Malaga Cove Library on Sat., May 2, 2015

The Palos Verdes Library District and the Peninsula Friends of the Library hope you will join us on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 3 p.m. at the Malaga Cove Library for the unveiling and dedication of a new privately commissioned sculpture called “The Storyteller” by renowned Laguna Beach artist Michael Ezzell. A reception will immediately follow. The sculpture is a... Read more

Living History Museum Celebrates African American History on Feb. 25

Children portray their favorite African American Heroes at this beloved annual event for all people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds! The Living History Museum is dedicated to demonstrating the impact African Americans had on the lives of all Americans of all ages and backgrounds. As you browse through our museum, you'll see Ballerina Misty Copeland telling about her struggles... Read more

Frank A. Vanderlip: Japanese Propagandist or Proponent?

The storied history of Frank A. Vanderlip’s 1914 purchase of the Palos Verdes Peninsula is widely known. Less well known however is his dedication to furthering understanding and bettering relations between Japan and the U.S. during a turbulent period of American and world history. Vanderlip was so involved in these activities that he was mentioned in several issues of the... Read more

Coderdojo at the Palos Verdes Library District

CoderDojo is a volunteer-led, open source, and nonprofit global movement that teaches children how to code, make games, develop web sites, and create mobile applications. There are currently over 500 dojos operating in 50 different countries. It is a sociable, fun, and interactive environment where people can collaborate, learn together, and openly share their programs and ideas. In the Summer... Read more


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