Altadena Library

Altadena Library
Altadena Library is listed in the Libraries category in Altadena, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Altadena Library which include a Facebook page and a Pinterest page. The activity and popularity of Altadena Library on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Altadena Library is:
600 E Mariposa St
Altadena, CA 91001
(626) 798-0833

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Altadena Library District added an event.
Enjoy unique performances by musicians, storytellers, poets, and more in the comfort of your neighborhood library! This Open Mic Night starts Tuesday, August 29th and will continue on the last Tuesday of every month. *Some content may not be appropriate for all ages. Discretion is advised.

Altadena Library District shared their event.
Summer Reading continues this week with Women's Film Fest! Come out to support local, female filmmakers and hear the stories of women's fight for equality in these inspiring documentaries.
"Feminist: Stories from Women's Liberation" is a one-hour film about the women's liberation movement covering the years 1963-1970. Jennifer Hall Lee, the filmmaker, started shooting the interviews for the film in 2004. It was released in 2013 and has been shown in film festivals, on college campuses, for non-profit organizations, in middle schools, high schools, and has been shown globally. It won "Best of the Fest" for documentary at the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival. Music in the film is by the all female rock band from the 1960s, Fanny. Q & A with filmmaker, Jennifer Hall Lee afterwards. Jennifer Hall Lee is an independent documentary filmmaker who has had a 25 year career in visual effects for feature films. She is the director of this award winning film. "Inez Milholland - Forward Into Light" is a short documentary that tells the story of American icon, Inez Milholland who broke convention with her striking conscience advocating for gender equality, pacifism, racial justice, unions and free speech in the early Twentieth Century. She became the voice of suffrage. Known for her elegance, beauty and public presence, she led a big march down Fifth Avenue for New York Suffrage in 1912. On the heels of that great spectacle, Inez was drafted by Alice Paul to lead the NAWSA radical parade to disturb the inauguration of the newly elected Democrat, Woodrow Wilson. March 3, 1913. Inez led 8,000 women down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. Q & A with film maker, Martha Wheelock afterwards. Martha has combined education and filmmaking for over three decades when she discovered that there were so very few films about women and women’s history for the “new” subject area – Women’s Studies. Frustrated that she had to teach only male writers in her American Literature course caused her to make films on eclipsed women writers like Kate Chopin, May Sarton, and Madeleine L’Engle. For over 40 years, Martha taught English, Ethics and Women’s Studies in both high school and college, East and West Coast, most recently, at the Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles.

Altadena Library District shared a post.
Job faire tomorrow! Elements Natural Foods/ The Salad Box is hiring for all four locations! Tomorrow 10-12 at our San Dimas location 685 E. Bonita. Be ready for speed interviews! All positions. #sandimas #altadena #westcovina #upland Please share!

Our 50th Anniversary Celebration will continue in September with our special event TASTE OF 'DENA! That night we will be having a Wine Pull, where guests can purchase a ticket for a nominal fee and choose from wrapped, mystery bottles of wine valued from $20 to over $100! This special 20% off deal from Whole Foods Market presents a perfect opportunity for you to support the Altadena Library by donating a bottle of wine (must be valued over $20.00), for the Wine Pull. Want to know more about this event and sponsorship opportunities? Email today!

Today is Take Apart Day for teens! There will be an electrical engineer joining us in the Teen Space at 3pm to answer questions as you deconstruct old electronics. Tag a teen you know would enjoy this in the comments below!