Archive for May, 2011

Family Movies on Tuesdays at 3PM

May 28, 2011 Comments Off by

Come join us for these great family films and popcorn at 3pm: Due to contractual obligations, we cannot advertise the movie titles.  See if you can guess!!  If not please call the library 310-821-1769 Made possible by the Venice Neighborhood Council and the Friends of the Venice Library.    

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First-Time Homebuyers Seminar

May 21, 2011 Comments Off by

Saturday, Sept 24:  Real estate broker, Harv Tretsky, will cover aspects of the loan process, including pre-approval, points, HUD and how to create an action plan.

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What is the Electric Car? Special Screening…..

May 21, 2011 Comments Off by

Saturday, September 17  3:00pm – 5:00pm the Venice library presents a special film screening followed by Q & A with the film’s producers.  FREE ADMISSION for all ages. WHAT IS THE ELECTRIC CAR? is a new feature length documentary about Electric Vehicles (EV) which will become commonplace around the world by the end of 2011.  [...]

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Skateboard Safety Workshops for Kids–Cancelled

May 05, 2011 Comments Off

Saturday, June 11, 18, and 25 at 4:30pm.  Friends of the Venice Library and Venice Skateboard Association present Professional Skater/Instructor Eric “Tuma” Britton with  Skateboard Safety Workshops for Kids.   Kindergarten to 5th graders and parents welcome.  Learn about safety, equipment, skateboards, etiquette, skate parks and more.  Also SKATEBOARD VIDEOS!!   New workshop each week. In [...]

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Basic Stock Investing

May 05, 2011 Comments Off

Saturday, June 25 at 2pm.   Free presentation by Laurel D. Burks, Business Librarian at Loyola Marymount University.  Topics include: Stocks, Mutual Funds, LAPL resources for Investors and an overview of S&P Net Advantage. In the Jon David Waldron Community Room, Venice-Abbot Kinney Library

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Friends around the World

May 01, 2011 Comments Off

Rotorura, New Zealand.  It’s always reassuring when traveling to far off lands to see that Friends of the Library exists in those places too.  Makes you feel very much at home. Submitted by FOVL Board member Shelley Hochberg.

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