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Paloma Valley

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BRANCH EVENTS

Children's room
Mon, Jun 12, 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Join us for Storytimes that explore S.T.E.A.M.--science, technology, engineering, arts, and math! 

We'll share stories, sing songs, play games, and do art and craft projects that will spark preschoolers' imaginations and inspire them to love reading, learning, and investigating the world around them. These Storytimes are designed for children around ages 3-6, and their families; parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate!

No registration is necessary, and library events and programs are always free of charge. 

Library
Mon, Jun 12, 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Join us at the library for hands-on crafts and projects to get kids building, creating, and imagining!

We'll explore space travel, robots, making art with math, and more. Projects can be started at any time up to 3:30 PM. Parents and caregivers are welcome, although not required, to participate with their children. (Ages 7 and up).


Community room
Tue, Jun 13, 3:45PM - 4:30PM
Write, recite, or just appreciate poetry with a casual, like-minded group. The Teen Poetry Club is open to all skill levels and styles of writing. Constructive, respectful feedback and critique are encouraged. Tea and snacks will be served.

Open to ages 12-18.

Created by the Paloma Valley Library's Teen Advisory Group!

Registration is recommended, but not required.

Library
Wed, Jun 14, 2:00PM - 4:00PM
We'll be turning math into art, making pom-pom shooters and roller coasters, learning how to navigate the stars, and more with new projects and activities every week. (Ages 10 and up.)

Activities begin promptly at 2:00 PM, so please arrive on time! We encourage carpooling and arriving early to help ensure parking.

Library
Thu, Jun 15, 12:30PM - 4:00PM
Make a little piece of space trapped in a bottle to wear as a necklace, or put on a keychain! We'll provide you with instructions and all of the necessary materials. 

This craft will be available to start at any time before 3:30 PM, while supplies last.

(Ages 12-18.)

Library
Sat, Jun 17, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Bring the whole family, and let your creativity go wild decorating the sidewalk in front of the library! Washable chalk will be provided, and you may also bring your own to use. Sunscreen and other sun protection are strongly recommended. (All ages.)

Community room
Sat, Jun 17, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Draw, doodle, paint, create, and experiment with your picks from a buffet of art supplies every Saturday. Swap techniques, ideas, and even art pieces with your fellow artists. Not sure what to do? We'll have how-to guides and project ideas on hand to get you started.

Supplies are for use at the library only, and may vary by week.

(Ages 12-18 only.)

Children's room
Mon, Jun 19, 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Join us for Storytimes that explore S.T.E.A.M.--science, technology, engineering, arts, and math! 

We'll share stories, sing songs, play games, and do art and craft projects that will spark preschoolers' imaginations and inspire them to love reading, learning, and investigating the world around them. These Storytimes are designed for children around ages 3-6, and their families; parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate!

No registration is necessary, and library events and programs are always free of charge. 

Library
Mon, Jun 19, 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Join us at the library for hands-on crafts and projects to get kids building, creating, and imagining!

We'll explore space travel, robots, making art with math, and more. Projects can be started at any time up to 3:30 PM. Parents and caregivers are welcome, although not required, to participate with their children. (Ages 7 and up).


Library
Wed, Jun 21, 2:00PM - 4:00PM
We'll be turning math into art, making pom-pom shooters and roller coasters, learning how to navigate the stars, and more with new projects and activities every week. (Ages 10 and up.)

Activities begin promptly at 2:00 PM, so please arrive on time! We encourage carpooling and arriving early to help ensure parking.

Community room
Sat, Jun 24, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Draw, doodle, paint, create, and experiment with your picks from a buffet of art supplies every Saturday. Swap techniques, ideas, and even art pieces with your fellow artists. Not sure what to do? We'll have how-to guides and project ideas on hand to get you started.

Supplies are for use at the library only, and may vary by week.

(Ages 12-18 only.)

Library
Sat, Jun 24, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Bring the whole family, and let your creativity go wild decorating the sidewalk in front of the library! Washable chalk will be provided, and you may also bring your own to use. Sunscreen and other sun protection are strongly recommended. (All ages.)

Children's room
Mon, Jun 26, 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Join us for Storytimes that explore S.T.E.A.M.--science, technology, engineering, arts, and math! 

We'll share stories, sing songs, play games, and do art and craft projects that will spark preschoolers' imaginations and inspire them to love reading, learning, and investigating the world around them. These Storytimes are designed for children around ages 3-6, and their families; parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate!

No registration is necessary, and library events and programs are always free of charge. 

Library
Mon, Jun 26, 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Join us at the library for hands-on crafts and projects to get kids building, creating, and imagining!

We'll explore space travel, robots, making art with math, and more. Projects can be started at any time up to 3:30 PM. Parents and caregivers are welcome, although not required, to participate with their children. (Ages 7 and up).


Library
Wed, Jun 28, 2:00PM - 4:00PM
We'll be turning math into art, making pom-pom shooters and roller coasters, learning how to navigate the stars, and more with new projects and activities every week. (Ages 10 and up.)

Activities begin promptly at 2:00 PM, so please arrive on time! We encourage carpooling and arriving early to help ensure parking.

Library
Thu, Jun 29, 12:30PM - 4:00PM
Experiment with weights and designs to make your very own custom fidget spinner. The best part? You can make DOZENS of them for the money you would spend on a pre-made one.

This project will be available to start from 12:30-3:30, or while supplies last. We encourage early arrival and carpooling to help ensure parking.

(Ages 12-18.)

Note: This event has replaced Battle of the Catapults on our summer schedule.

Community room
Sat, Jul 01, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Draw, doodle, paint, create, and experiment with your picks from a buffet of art supplies every Saturday. Swap techniques, ideas, and even art pieces with your fellow artists. Not sure what to do? We'll have how-to guides and project ideas on hand to get you started.

Supplies are for use at the library only, and may vary by week.

(Ages 12-18 only.)

Library
Sat, Jul 01, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Bring the whole family, and let your creativity go wild decorating the sidewalk in front of the library! Washable chalk will be provided, and you may also bring your own to use. Sunscreen and other sun protection are strongly recommended. (All ages.)

Children's room
Mon, Jul 03, 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Join us for Storytimes that explore S.T.E.A.M.--science, technology, engineering, arts, and math! 

We'll share stories, sing songs, play games, and do art and craft projects that will spark preschoolers' imaginations and inspire them to love reading, learning, and investigating the world around them. These Storytimes are designed for children around ages 3-6, and their families; parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate!

No registration is necessary, and library events and programs are always free of charge. 

Library
Mon, Jul 03, 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Join us at the library for hands-on crafts and projects to get kids building, creating, and imagining!

We'll explore space travel, robots, making art with math, and more. Projects can be started at any time up to 3:30 PM. Parents and caregivers are welcome, although not required, to participate with their children. (Ages 7 and up).


Library
Wed, Jul 05, 2:00PM - 4:00PM
We'll be turning math into art, making pom-pom shooters and roller coasters, learning how to navigate the stars, and more with new projects and activities every week. (Ages 10 and up.)

Activities begin promptly at 2:00 PM, so please arrive on time! We encourage carpooling and arriving early to help ensure parking.

Library
Thu, Jul 06, 12:30PM - 4:00PM
Make a book of poems, a journal, a sketchbook, or whatever you want! We'll teach you how to stitch a book together, and provide you with all of the necessary materials. Bring your own paper, fabric, or other flexible material if you want to use it to make the cover or pages of your book. This craft will be available to start any time before 3:30 PM.

(Ages 12 and up.)

Community room
Sat, Jul 08, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Draw, doodle, paint, create, and experiment with your picks from a buffet of art supplies every Saturday. Swap techniques, ideas, and even art pieces with your fellow artists. Not sure what to do? We'll have how-to guides and project ideas on hand to get you started.

Supplies are for use at the library only, and may vary by week.

(Ages 12-18 only.)

Library
Sat, Jul 08, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Bring the whole family, and let your creativity go wild decorating the sidewalk in front of the library! Washable chalk will be provided, and you may also bring your own to use. Sunscreen and other sun protection are strongly recommended. (All ages.)

Library
Mon, Jul 10, 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Join us at the library for hands-on crafts and projects to get kids building, creating, and imagining!

We'll explore space travel, robots, making art with math, and more. Projects can be started at any time up to 3:30 PM. Parents and caregivers are welcome, although not required, to participate with their children. (Ages 7 and up).


Children's room
Mon, Jul 10, 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Join us for Storytimes that explore S.T.E.A.M.--science, technology, engineering, arts, and math! 

We'll share stories, sing songs, play games, and do art and craft projects that will spark preschoolers' imaginations and inspire them to love reading, learning, and investigating the world around them. These Storytimes are designed for children around ages 3-6, and their families; parents and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate!

No registration is necessary, and library events and programs are always free of charge. 

Community room
Tue, Jul 11, 3:45PM - 4:30PM
Write, recite, or just appreciate poetry with a casual, like-minded group. The Teen Poetry Club is open to all skill levels and styles of writing. Constructive, respectful feedback and critique are encouraged. Tea and snacks will be served.

Open to ages 12-18.

Created by the Paloma Valley Library's Teen Advisory Group!

Registration is recommended, but not required.

Library
Wed, Jul 12, 2:00PM - 4:00PM
We'll be turning math into art, making pom-pom shooters and roller coasters, learning how to navigate the stars, and more with new projects and activities every week. (Ages 10 and up.)

Activities begin promptly at 2:00 PM, so please arrive on time! We encourage carpooling and arriving early to help ensure parking.

Library
Thu, Jul 13, 12:30PM - 4:00PM
Math + paper + a little bit of magic = flexagons.

You can make them in minutes, but might spend hours watching them transform and trying to figure out just how they work! Be warned--they can be addictive.

(Ages 12 and up.)

Community room
Sat, Jul 15, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Draw, doodle, paint, create, and experiment with your picks from a buffet of art supplies every Saturday. Swap techniques, ideas, and even art pieces with your fellow artists. Not sure what to do? We'll have how-to guides and project ideas on hand to get you started.

Supplies are for use at the library only, and may vary by week.

(Ages 12-18 only.)

Library
Sat, Jul 15, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Bring the whole family, and let your creativity go wild decorating the sidewalk in front of the library! Washable chalk will be provided, and you may also bring your own to use. Sunscreen and other sun protection are strongly recommended. (All ages.)

Community room
Sat, Jul 22, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Draw, doodle, paint, create, and experiment with your picks from a buffet of art supplies every Saturday. Swap techniques, ideas, and even art pieces with your fellow artists. Not sure what to do? We'll have how-to guides and project ideas on hand to get you started.

Supplies are for use at the library only, and may vary by week.

(Ages 12-18 only.)

Library
Sat, Jul 22, 10:00AM - 1:30PM
Bring the whole family, and let your creativity go wild decorating the sidewalk in front of the library! Washable chalk will be provided, and you may also bring your own to use. Sunscreen and other sun protection are strongly recommended. (All ages.)

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Tomorrow's hours

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We're closed Monday May 29
Mon, May 22 12:00PM to 7:00PM
Tue, May 23 12:00PM to 7:00PM
Wed, May 24 12:00PM to 7:00PM
Thu, May 25 12:00PM to 5:00PM
Fri, May 26 Closed
Sat, May 27 10:00AM to 2:00PM
Sun, May 28 Closed

Branch manager
Cara Larson
Address
31375 Bradley Rd.
Menifee
California 92584
Tel: (951) 301-3682
Fax: (951) 301-8423

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