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BRANCH EVENTS

Classroom
Wed, Feb 19, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Free / Ages 18+ / Registration required.February's theme is: Spy StoriesChoose from our list of mystery or thriller novels or discuss one of your own that you think fits the theme.

Children's Area
Wed, Feb 19, 5:00PM - 6:00PM
All ages - FreeJoin us for a special story time and afterwards, we'll create our very own cardboard kingdoms! Cardboard will be provided, the only thing you need to bring is your imagination! For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Thu, Feb 20, 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Feb 20, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Sat, Feb 22, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17Join our newest Teen Book Club-- Read Your Own Thing-- for ages 13-17.Comics, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Fanfiction, Reddit - whatever you're reading, we want to hear about it!  Snacks will be provided while everyone geeks out.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Feb 25, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Free / Ages 0 to 18 months* / No registration Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Tue, Feb 25, 11:15AM - 11:45AM
Free / Ages 18 months to 3 years* / No registration Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books that ends with a sensory playtime. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Feb 27, 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Feb 27, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Thu, Feb 27, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
For ages 2-12. During this year-long reading challenge, children will travel to different parts of the world by reading books about, set in, or with characters from select countries. Complete 3 literary challenges each month and receive a stamp in your passport! Help us say bon voyage to each country at the end of each month with a special program for reading challenge participants. Sign up at the Children's Reference Desk to get your passport and start reading! Bon Voyage Events: January 30 February 27 March 26 April 30 May 28 June 25 July 30 August 27 September 24 October 29 November 19

Classroom
Sun, Mar 01, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Ages 18+  /  Free  /  Registration RequiredLimited to 20 students.Having a hard time beating your Writer's Block? Join us as we learn how to polish and develop characters, dialogue, voice, and style through workshop-style critiques. Want more than fiction? This monthly workshop explores the literary art of fiction, non-fiction and poetry!For more programs, visit our Facebook Events page.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 03, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Free / Ages 0 to 18 months* / No registration Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 03, 11:15AM - 11:45AM
Free / Ages 18 months to 3 years* / No registration Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books that ends with a sensory playtime. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 03, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Free / Ages 8-12 / No registration, limited copies available for check-out Calling all Tween Reading Machines! We will be discussing Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai. Limited copies of April's book will be available and bookmarks will be available for all!

Classroom
Wed, Mar 04, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Free / Ages 18+ / Registration requiredMarch's discussion will be about Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh. Bring your library cards to check out the book we'll discuss in April.See the Adult Reference Desk to sign up and get a copy or for more information. And if you've already read the book, we invite you to join us!About the book: There is a Wild Man who lives in the deep quiet of Greenhollow, and he listens to the wood. Tobias, tethered to the forest, does not dwell on his past life, but he lives a perfectly unremarkable existence with his cottage, his cat, and his dryads.When Greenhollow Hall acquires a handsome, intensely curious new owner in Henry Silver, everything changes. Old secrets better left buried are dug up, and Tobias is forced to reckon with his troubled past-both the green magic of the woods, and the dark things that rest in its heart.

Children's Area
Wed, Mar 04, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  No registrationWe are Root. Join Ms.Melissa and discover how things grow! Each month, we'll meet in the library and walk over to the Wellness Center where we have three raised beds for us to farm, from seed to harvest. In October, we'll discuss what sort of garden we should cultivate and what we need to do to get our dirt ready for plants. Limited gardening materials supplied, feel free to bring your own gloves! Mixtape not included.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 05, 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 05, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Sat, Mar 07, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Free  /  Ages 13-17Watch and discuss with other teens who share your passion for Anime.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 10, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Free / Ages 0 to 18 months* / No registration Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 10, 11:15AM - 11:45AM
Free / Ages 18 months to 3 years* / No registration Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books that ends with a sensory playtime. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Wed, Mar 11, 3:15PM - 4:30PM
Ages 8-12  /  Free  /  Registration required, limited to 6 participants. A parent/guardian must sign a waiver for child participant.Practice reading aloud with our new four-legged and furry volunteer, Rusty the Puggle, an AKC Therapy Dog from Animal Samaritans' Animal Companion Therapy. Sign up for a 10-minute time slot and Read to Rusty. All participants must arrive at 3:15pm for the introductory part of the program which includes an overview of the rules and ways to approach a dog.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Wed, Mar 11, 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Ages 13-17 / Free / Call or visit the Library to register!Join our newest teen book club, which is all about graphic novels! This month, we'll be discussing the graphic novel Speak byLaurie Halse Anderson and illustrated by Emily Carroll. See the Reference Desk to sign up and check out a copy!

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 12, 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 12, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Thu, Mar 12, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Pelvic Health presented by Kim Burton, PT Ages 18+ / Free / Call 760-423-4855 or visit EisenhowerHealth.org/calendar to registerExperts estimate that more than 15 million Americans suffer from urinary or bowel incontinence. Most urinary and bowel incontinence can be managed with pelvic floor strengthening, behavioral techniques, and biofeedback. When used under the supervision of specially trained clinicians, programs that combine some, or all, of these techniques have significant success.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Sat, Mar 14, 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Free / Ages 18+ / Registration requiredWe will be discussing "Emma" by Jane Austen. See the Adult Reference Desk to check out a copy or for more info.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 17, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Free / Ages 0 to 18 months* / No registration Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Tue, Mar 17, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Ages 18+ / Free / No registrationLearn about the "Proper Care and Pruning of Plumerias." Presented by UCCE Master Gardener Mernell Wong.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 17, 11:15AM - 11:45AM
Free / Ages 18 months to 3 years* / No registration Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books that ends with a sensory playtime. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Tue, Mar 17, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Ages 8-11 / Free / Registration Required / Limited to 18Call the Library to sign up 760-564-4767Let's Talk About Art is an educational and artistic workshop with a different topic each month. It is led by local artists from the La Quinta Art Association

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 19, 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 19, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Sat, Mar 21, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Free  /  Ages 13 - 17Join our newest Teen Book Club-- Read Your Own Thing-- for ages 13-17.Comics, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Fanfiction, Reddit - whatever you're reading, we want to hear about it!  Snacks will be provided while everyone geeks out.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 24, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Free / Ages 0 to 18 months* / No registration Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 24, 11:15AM - 11:45AM
Free / Ages 18 months to 3 years* / No registration Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books that ends with a sensory playtime. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 26, 10:15AM - 11:00AM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Thu, Mar 26, 11:15AM - 12:00PM
Free / Ages 3+* / No registration Story time that includes stories, rhymes, songs, activities and a craft. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Classroom
Thu, Mar 26, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
For ages 2-12. During this year-long reading challenge, children will travel to different parts of the world by reading books about, set in, or with characters from select countries. Complete 3 literary challenges each month and receive a stamp in your passport! Help us say bon voyage to each country at the end of each month with a special program for reading challenge participants. Sign up at the Children's Reference Desk to get your passport and start reading! Bon Voyage Events: January 30 February 27 March 26 April 30 May 28 June 25 July 30 August 27 September 24 October 29 November 19

Classroom
Fri, Mar 27, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Ages 13-17 / FreePlay "Stupid Deaths" - Get ready to die laughing!Teen Game Night is a great way to try new games, meet new people, and have an overall great time. Anyone ages 13 to 17 is encouraged to attend. Bring yourself, bring your friends, and have a blast trying new games and fun favorites.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 31, 10:15AM - 10:45AM
Free / Ages 0 to 18 months* / No registration Introduce your littlest ones to the library with interactive rhymes, songs, and books geared towards promoting literacy at the youngest age in a gentle atmosphere with parental/guardian participation. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Tue, Mar 31, 11:15AM - 11:45AM
Free / Ages 18 months to 3 years* / No registration Lots of wiggles, interactive rhymes, songs, and books that ends with a sensory playtime. *Ages listed for Story Times are a suggested guideline. All ages are welcome to visit and try every Story Time to determine which would be the best current fit for you and your child.

Children's Area
Wed, Apr 01, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Free  /  Ages 8-12  /  No registrationWe are Root. Join Ms.Melissa and discover how things grow! Each month, we'll meet in the library and walk over to the Wellness Center where we have three raised beds for us to farm, from seed to harvest. In October, we'll discuss what sort of garden we should cultivate and what we need to do to get our dirt ready for plants. Limited gardening materials supplied, feel free to bring your own gloves! Mixtape not included.For more programs and events, visit our Facebook Events Page

Classroom
Sun, Apr 05, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Ages 18+  /  Free  /  Registration RequiredLimited to 20 students.Having a hard time beating your Writer's Block? Join us as we learn how to polish and develop characters, dialogue, voice, and style through workshop-style critiques. Want more than fiction? This monthly workshop explores the literary art of fiction, non-fiction and poetry!For more programs, visit our Facebook Events page.

Library Renovations

Woodcrest Library
Closed beginning
August 7, 2019 til
Spring 2020

Library Holiday Closure

Martin Luther King Jr. Day
January 20, 2020

Presidents' Day
February 12, 2020
February 17, 2020

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Tue, Feb 18 10:00AM to 7:00PM
Wed, Feb 19 10:00AM to 7:00PM
Thu, Feb 20 10:00AM to 7:00PM
Fri, Feb 21 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Sat, Feb 22 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Sun, Feb 23 12:00PM to 4:00PM

Branch manager
Melissa Lundell
Address
78-275 Calle Tampico
La Quinta
, California 92253
Tel: (760) 564-4767
Fax: (760) 771-0237
Library service to the La Quinta community began in March 1976 with a bookmobile stop each morning in the community’s “Village” (now known as “Old Town”). The bookmobile would then park next to the Village Park’s playground area and a large quilt would be spread on the lawn. The children would sit on the quilt and listen to the manager of the bookmobile for an open-air preschool story time.

In 1986, funding was approved by Riverside County and the City of La Quinta for a library. In the summer of 1988, the La Quinta Branch Library opened in the newly constructed 2,000 square foot commercial building directly across from what was the old La Quinta City Hall. The library was open only 20 hours a week and had a collection of 8,900 items.

By the late 1990’s, La Quinta was one of the fastest growing cities in California. The City Council strongly suggested to the County that a bigger library was needed in order to serve the increasing population. A “Site Selection Committee” began searching for a new location. The library’s building had been purchased by a civic-minded developer, and since two suites remained empty, it was decided to renovate the ground floor into a bigger library instead. All the items were placed in two storage containers in the parking lot while the floor was expanded to 4,130 square feet. This new library was reopened in 1999, with 40 hours of service and a collection of 28,000 items. Eventually, a 20,000 square foot “stand-alone” library would be built on the City’s new Civic Center Campus.

The present building opened in 2005, with the library only occupying the space currently known as the Children’s Area. By 2008, the library expanded into the Adult Area, and a storytime room was built as well as a teen room. Many programs from then continue to this day: preschool story time, children, teen, adult, as well as other informative presentations by community partners.

The current collection is over 71,000 items, and includes books, DVDs, audio and MP3 books, CDs and newspapers and magazines. It is open 7 days a week for 56 hours. There are 17 library staff personnel, including Circulation Supervisor, Programming Coordinator, Head of Reference, Youth Services Coordinator, and Branch Manager. Circulation for the 2013-2014 fiscal year was 329,157 items (including self-check), making La Quinta Public Library 3rd in circulation County wide.

The Library has become a viable community collaborator, sharing programs and resources with local La Quinta businesses and City-run entities. It continues to grow and expand its outreach not only to the surrounding communities, but well into its future.  

Library service to the La Quinta community began in March 1976 with a bookmobile stop each morning in the community’s “Village” (now known as “Old Town”). The bookmobile would then park next to the Village Park’s playground area and a large quilt would be spread on the lawn. The children would sit on the quilt and listen to the manager of the bookmobile for an open-air preschool story time.

In 1986, funding was approved by Riverside County and the City of La Quinta for a library. In the summer of 1988, the La Quinta Branch Library opened in the newly constructed 2,000 square foot commercial building directly across from what was the old La Quinta City Hall. The library was open only 20 hours a week and had a collection of 8,900 items.

By the late 1990’s, La Quinta was one of the fastest growing cities in California. The City Council strongly suggested to the County that a bigger library was needed in order to serve the increasing population. A “Site Selection Committee” began searching for a new location. The library’s building had been purchased by a civic-minded developer, and since two suites remained empty, it was decided to renovate the ground floor into a bigger library instead. All the items were placed in two storage containers in the parking lot while the floor was expanded to 4,130 square feet. This new library was reopened in 1999, with 40 hours of service and a collection of 28,000 items. Eventually, a 20,000 square foot “stand-alone” library would be built on the City’s new Civic Center Campus.

The present building opened in 2005, with the library only occupying the space currently known as the Children’s Area. By 2008, the library expanded into the Adult Area, and a storytime room was built as well as a teen room. Many programs from then continue to this day: preschool story time, children, teen, adult, as well as other informative presentations by community partners.

The current collection is over 71,000 items, and includes books, DVDs, audio and MP3 books, CDs and newspapers and magazines. It is open 7 days a week for 56 hours. There are 17 library staff personnel, including Circulation Supervisor, Programming Coordinator, Head of Reference, Youth Services Coordinator, and Branch Manager. Circulation for the 2013-2014 fiscal year was 329,157 items (including self-check), making La Quinta Public Library 3rd in circulation County wide.

The Library has become a viable community collaborator, sharing programs and resources with local La Quinta businesses and City-run entities. It continues to grow and expand its outreach not only to the surrounding communities, but well into its future.

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Overdrive
A growing collection of eAudiobooks and eBooks that can be downloaded directly to your home computer.
RB Digital
RB Digital
RB Digital (Recorded Books) is now your home for over 11,000 eAudioBooks and 130 eMagazines. No more waiting for your turn. All books are available to every patron who wants to listen. Get the app now.
Health and Fitness
Health & Wellness Resource Center
Health & Wellness Resource Center
Periodical and journal articles as well as videos on a wide range of health topics from ADD&ADHD to Alternative Medicine, HIV, and various surgical procedures.
Health Reference Center
Health Reference CenterHealth Reference Center is a one-stop, full service resource for health-related research. It combines indexing of approximately 195 periodicals, eight reference books, and over 700 pamphlets; more than 1,800 overviews from Clinical Reference Systems; selective indexing for articles in approximately 1500 additional general interest titles; and full text for more than 185 periodicals, all reference books, overviews, and pamphlets.
Languages
Pronunciator
PronunciatorWorld's largest language learning service. Free at your library.

News and Magazines
InfoTrac Newstand
InfoTrac Newstand
This newspaper database contains a collection of more than 140 cover-to-cover newspapers from around the world plus an additional 300 sources of selected news and business coverage.
InfoTrac General Reference Center Gold
InfoTrac General Reference Center Gold
Periodical, newspaper and reference articles from over 5,000 publications on such diverse topics as humanities, art, current events, technology and general interest topics. Full-text articles from over 3,000 periodicals.
Informe!
Informe!
Magazine articles from a variety of Spanish language publications on health, science, economics, politics and art.
RB Digital Magazines
RB Digital Magazines
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New York Times
New York Times
Enjoy complimentary unlimited access to the world’s finest journalism.

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